There are really different sort of wedding hairstyles for brides. After attending two weddings for during the past one week, I can also see how a bride can be many times more beautiful with the right hairstyle.
Of course, for those with the wrong hair-dos, their whole look will be completely destroyed and sometimes, I feel guests will still complement how pretty they are for courtesy sake.
So, I still deeply believe that brides should spend as much time as possible on deciding the hairstyles they want or one that suit them, be it wedding up dos for short hair or long hair.
You may want to discuss with your hairstylist which hair-do most portrayed your beauty. And if you are seriously considering cutting your long hair short for a short hair wedding style, do discuss with your hairstylist again. Spend some time thinking over it before you snip off your long hair.
In addition, look through this post on short wedding hair styles and ask yourself if the pictures of the short wedding hair styles fit you.
If they do, great. If you feel somehow uncomfortable, and yet you want to do ahead just because you want it, fine.
Again, the final decision is yours to make. And seeking a second opinion will help in some ways in your decision making.
So, I want to provide you with more pictures of wedding hairstyles for short hair. And continuing from part 3 of this 5-part Wedding Hairstyle series, today we shall take a look at some other popular wedding short hairstyles.
(I have provided live links below every picture. Do remember that you should always go back to the source websites to find out more about their wedding hairstyles for different hair type and length.)
Short Wedding Hair Styles
Natural: Tight Curls
Simply wrapping a velvet ribbon around the head makes a short, curly style party-ready. Add a jeweled hair comb for drama.
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