Do you have a pixie cut, a bob, or a collarbone length half bob? We have selected some of the most romantic and trendy hairstyles and updos for your wedding day or a wedding party.
A bridal look includes more than just the dress; you must also consider what accessories you will wear with it, what shoes will look best, and what will be the blue element, new, old, or borrowed? But what about in terms of aesthetics? Is it already clear to you? Stay tuned if you’re sporting one of the short manes that are all the rage this season. This could answer more than one question.
Leaving stereotypes aside, because it is not true that a bride must have long hair, we have chosen some of the most trendy hairstyles and updos, all aimed at girls with short hair like you. Yes, we do mean the classic bob, but we also mean a drastic pixie or a collarbone-length half bob. If you identify with this or any other mini hairstyle, you’ve come to the right place. This year’s most popular buns, ponytails, half updos, and even headpieces will steal your heart, regardless of your hair type.
1. XL Headband with Fringe on the Sides
The fact that tiaras are the most popular bridal accessories is undeniable. Do you like to wear them daily? Then try on a much larger one that is very wide and has metallic appliqués. Furthermore, you can leave your hair loose if that is more comfortable for you.
2. Low Bun with a Wet Look
We start with one of the most unique low buns we’ve ever seen. When you look at it, it’s still a classic updo to which they’ve added a unique touch with a simple gesture. You can also have three retro floral clips on your low bun to make it look more appealing.
3. Simple Updo with a 90’s Vibe
Are you a fan of the 1990s and enjoying its numerous “revivals”? Then this low, wet-look half-updo with pearl appliqués is for you. Make a half-up updo likewise but with a wet look this time.
4. Straight, Loose Hair with a Pearl Headband
Another hairstyle idea that always works is to wear your hair down, parted in the middle, and your natural straight or curly hair. It exemplifies how to be comfortable with your hair while giving it a new look.
5. Side Low Bun
Low buns are suitable for people with short hair. This bride opts for either a ‘wet’ look or a messy one with a floral headpiece on one side. Try making your low bun to the side, so it gives a unique touch.
6. Floral Headpiece with Messy Crown
Messy crowns are worn not only alone or on top of the head but also low and with unique details, such as a floral headdress. A braided messy crown may look complex to you but it’s an indeed eye-catching hairstyle for brides.
7. Retro Waves with a Clean Crown
A bridal hairstyle with a double trend is defined as natural, broken waves combined with a minimalist crown with a sophisticated look.
8. The Bangs Effect
Anne Hathaway was another celebrity who chose to wear her hair short and in a masculine style. Although she was used to wearing it with a side part, she surprised us by styling her boy cut forward and simulating a straight fringe on one occasion. This look needs your messy bangs and you’re ready for the wedding party.
9. Hat and a Bun
Although it is not a common bridal accessory, you should know that pamelas are gaining popularity by the minute. Look at how this bride has chosen hers, with the creamish top creating a stunning combination with the dress.
10. Floral Crown on Loose Hair
Any updo with a flower crown, such as this one, is also ideal for country-style bridal looks. It couldn’t be more appropriate if your wedding were held in the country. Your short pixie cut, no more looks boring but it’s look amazing.
11. Volume in a Low Bun
Nothing beats a low bun with ‘extra’ volume for clearing your face and emphasizing the neckline and back. Allow a few strands to fall loose in the front to achieve a look that is both flawless and effortless.
12. Chignon Messed-up with a Gold Brooch
There are bridal updos that give off a messy look as lovely as this one, no matter how elaborate. As you can see, they also lend themselves well to the chic addition of accessories such as this one.
13. Feather Brooch on a Low Bun
Not all low buns are simple and simple at the same time. Choose an accessory to add a special but effortless touch. You should be aware that feathered barrettes are a must this season.
14. Loose Braided Wavy Half-updo
Another romantic half-updo idea that includes a unique detail is, without a doubt. In this case, you can add a floral brooch as well with rustic wedding gowns. You need to create a loose braid half-up, tie it and you’re ready.
15. Chignon Ballerina Style
There is nothing like a low ballerina bun for those who prefer the most traditional bridal updos. These are ideal because they serve as a support for the veil, among other things. Furthermore, we appreciate how versatile and completely customizable they are based on your preferences, style, and the location of your parting.
16. Contrasting Bow on a High Bun
Who said all of your accessories had to be white or, at the very least, blue? That could not be further from the truth. Your bridal look should reflect your personality from head to toe, and if you like black bows – or any other colour – go for it because they can’t look better. Check out how this bride incorporates hers beneath a lovely medium-height chignon – stunning!
17. Crown with Braids
The more romantic braided crown is another updo sweeping the bridal scene this year. A crown that can be worn on top of the head or, if you prefer, low updos, as shown in this image. A simple but flattering idea that is also very trendy.
18. Headband and Low Bun
Chignons are an indestructible classic in the category of bridal hairstyles, and there are so many options available to you that it is natural to feel overwhelmed. We’ll start with this one: low, curled, and simple, but with a unique touch: a headband that matches the rest of the accessories.
19. Messy Short Ponytail
We can’t think of anything simpler and more minimalist than a messy ponytail with a minimal brooch or scrunchy like this if you want to wear your hair down but not completely loose—try with the addition of one or two braids for a more romantic touch.
20. Loose Curls
Another option is to leave your hair loose and natural curls. Many women are not accustomed to having their hair tied back, so the B-day is not the time to try something new. You know what they say about not dressing up! A side-parting to your retro waves and you’re good to go.
21. Water Waves in the 1940s Style
Despite the irony, we have this selection with a ‘no updo.’ Yes, loose hair is all the rage this year, and it comes with the distinct retro touch of 40’s style waves.
22. Classic Sophistication
The South African actress has a master’s degree in wearing short hair and looking stunning with any of its finishes – her natural beauty helps a lot in this regard. This is one of her most popular hairstyles, in which the hair completely covers the face, falling back with a wavy effect and the most natural volume. It’s your wedding, feel free to try this unique look.
23. Sweetly Traditional
Michelle Williams is a true angel with a vintage essence, evidenced by her beautiful looks. The actress has a striking platinum garçon cut, and her styles differ depending on the occasion: side parted, slicked back behind the ear, and straight. It adds extra volume and allows some hair to stand out from the rest by changing direction in its more casual version. This hairstyle is typically worn without makeup. For no-makeup look at your wedding, you can absolutely give this hairstyle a try.