Having short hair doesn’t mean you can’t style your hair for your wedding day, it just means you have less work to do the day of your wedding. Here are a few styles for short hair that may interest you or even your bridal party.
Keep it simple with a messy down look you can pair with a veil, or not, and call it a wedding.
Now lets move on to medium length hair, which for those of you who are as confused as me on what qualifies as “medium” it’s about shoulder length. Working with shoulder length hair will give you more options to do with your hair, but will require more bobby pins, time and hair spray. Here are a few pictures of what could work for this hair length.
Lastly, for long hairstyles it may require more time and usually you want someone else doing your hair so it doesn’t fall during your ceremony or reception. Besides it’s your big day let a professional worry about your hair, you shouldn’t worry about anything that day.
Let’s start off with leaving your hair down and see where we go from there. If you want a more natural look curl your hair pin a few pieces back and allow a few to fall framing your face.
So you want to keep your hair out of your face, but want to be able to show off the length. You can always add an accessory or a flower to hair to make it pop more. Here is a suggestion to inspire you.
Hopefully one of these hairstyles fits your personality or at least has inspired an idea for you to try. Following these instructions: research, try it out and repeat.