Old Hollywood curls, especially those with lobs or tresses that hit just below the shoulders, are a classic bridesmaid hairdo perfect for black-tie ballrooms.
A ponytail is the right mix of formal and whimsical. Additionally, it's one of the easiest hairstyles for short-haired bridesmaids to do yourself.
Short-haired bridesmaids who don't want a complete updo or can't secure all their hair in a ponytail should try a half-up, half-down style.
Downed bobs reveal sharp edges and soft layers. Curly or rolled hair gives texture and a beachy look for summer coastal parties. Natural middle-part waves frame your face.
As your short hair grows out, attempt a classic chignon for any occasion. Though complicated, this hairdo is easy to achieve.
Shiny hair is stunning regardless of length. “A voluminous blowout is perfect for someone who feels best with hair framing their face.
Sweeping your strands to the side elevates a bob with loose curls. “It’s a bit whimsical yet put together.
You don't always need equipment and supplies to style your short cut. Embracing your natural hair texture—curly or straight—is attractive and authentic.
Wispy waves provide volume and richness to thin, short hair. Clipping back a few sections of your mane adds layers and dimension in one step.
Short straight hair is sleek and attractive, but tucked fringe takes you back in time.