If you have been tempted to chop off your locks but have been putting it off because your wedding is right around the corner, don’t hesitate anymore. Long hairstyles might be relatively easier to style because of the massive amount of hair your hairstylist is given to work with but short hairdos make up for that lack of amount with huge volumes of attitude and style. We all want to look good on our wedding day but who says you can’t rock it with a short do?
The first thing you need to know as with all hairstyles is the shape of your face. If you have a round face, pixie cuts are a safe and great style to go with but avoid curly hair or your face will appear rounder than it actually is. Short curly hair, as well as choppy short do’s, do however compliment a square face. With such a strong, angular jaw line, texture will help play it down. Heart-shaped faces tend to come with pointy chins so draw the attention to your eyes and cheekbones with chin-length bobs that are tapered at the ends; side-swept fringe will also compliment your face well. For long face girls, while you can get away with short hair best, ensure that the layers are cut in a manner such that they fall at the chin or cheekbones. Oval faces may look good in everything but with wrong styling, your face might appear longer so avoid layers that add height to the top of your head and blunt cuts that may make you look like a pyramid.
Secondly, no matter how short you go, you’ll be surprised by how much fresher you look and how much easier short hair is to manage ergo one less thing to worry about when you’re running all those errands and still looking effortlessly chic.
And who says you can’t accessorize on your wedding day when your hair’s above shoulder length. Hairbands, clips, fascinators, you name it, these accessories will dei nitely l aunt your do. Short haircuts expose your neck and shoulders so you can pile on those necklaces and shoulder-grazing earrings to frame your face even better.
With all that hair out of the way, nothing will get in the way of the camera capturing that glow that brides are famous for on their big day!