If you are a short haired bride, you would surely be in a fix when it comes to your bridal hairstyle. A great hairstyle can make all the difference to your look and as a bride-to-be you need to be double sure of just what you plan to get! While there’s lots that can be done with long hair, here’s some inspiration for the bride who likes to keep it nice and short. These bridal hairstyles for short hair is all the inspiration you need.
For a wedding shoot, the gorgeous Jacqueline Fernandez's hair was styled just like the 60’s starlets and ooh, it looked so good! For your reception or cocktail, when you want to go glam, opt for exaggerated curls and lots of bounce. Winged liner and tons of mascara will go perfectly well with a wedding hairstyle like this one!
A side-swept look… The easiest wedding hairstyle for short hair! It’s high on drama and works wonders no matter your hair length. Add some waves and you’re all set to be the ravishing bride. Lehenga, saree or an anarkali, this wedding hairstyle for short hair goes with all.
A great blow dry not just gives you an easy and relaxed look, it’s also that one quick hair makeover that just lifts up your confidence! We love how this bride kept her look chic and simple for her mehendi function.
Ditch the elaborate buns and switch it up with a casually tied tiny one instead! Puff up the front to add a little volume and pin up all the flyaways. An Ideal Indian bridal hairstyle for short hair, it’s perfect for a summer wedding and for the bride who hates decking up!
Add some drama to your wedding hairstyle with soft curls. This looks even more fab if you’ve got a fringe. Add some volume to the crown area by back combing your hair and we’re sure you’ll be making heads turn. With a lehenga on the sangeet, this bridal lookis a super steal!
We just had to put it in! I mean Kangana has been all over the place and rocking her short crop to perfection. She wowed us in a Sabyasachi lehenga and also gave us the perfect bridal hairstyle for short hair. So if you too are the bride with a short bob, sweep it to one side, add tons of volume and you’re done!