If brides with long hair have a wide choice of hairstyles, those with short hair are not left out. Inspiration notebook.
Contrary to popular belief, future brides with short hair have a wide range of hairstyles at their disposal. Not to mention that a short haircut usually emphasizes the oval of the face.
If the length allows, those looking for an elegant hairstyle will opt for beautiful English or waves like those worn by Anne Hathaway or Charlize Theron. It is also possible to accessorize her hair using a flower crown or a headband with rhinestones, for example. Headbands and other hair accessories easily adapt to all styles to twist any hairstyle in no time and make it particularly neat and elegant on D-Day.
In addition, boyish cuts can also be sublimated by a simple voluminous and wavy brushing like the one worn by Laetitia Casta on the Cannes red carpet in May 2015. Even more original, Audrey Tautou's banana or the rock's hairstyle 'roll and taper from actress Kristen Stewart that is sure to make an impact on D-Day.
The flower crown is perfect to sublimate short hair.
Like Charlize Theron's, English curls will be glamorous.
Looking for volume? Audrey Tautou's banana will be ideal.
Cécile De France's cropped square bob for a retro look.
For a rock'n'roll wedding, Kristen Stewart's tapered and tousled cut will do the trick.
The hair completely pulled back for maximum elegance.
The smooth square of Katie Holmes, classic and timeless.
On Shailene Woodley, the hair is plated and a strand sweeps lightly across the forehead.
Emma Watson's lacquered and plated hair, a daring but successful choice.
Anne Hathaway's wavy bob, a sure bet.
Voluminous and wavy brushing for Laetitia Casta.
Katy Perry's wavy and tapered bangs.
For a more sophisticated hairstyle, it is possible to accessorize her hair with a rhinestone headband like the one Michelle Williams is wearing.