(Closed) Short-hair brides??!!

posted 9 years ago in Beauty
Post # 3
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400 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2009

Mine is just past my chin, and I’m planning to get an Audrey Hepburn type stye.

Other wise, I’d probably just get some extensions added to the back. I have super thick hair, and it doesn’t curl, so I’m wearing it up.

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Post # 4
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2009

Mine is (and will be) just about chin length, maybe a smidgen longer.  It will all go up nicely except for maybe the tiny whisps at the nape of my neck.  My wedding’s in 4 months, so it won’t really "grow out" but it will be longer than it would have been if I wasn’t hoping for some sort of sweet up do!

Post # 5
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114 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2009

My hair is just about chin length.  But it’s layered, so it won’t go back.  I’m planning on doing something similar to this.  I have a birdcage veil that comes just below my nose. I have about 15-20 pictures of similar styles.  PM me if you want to see some of the others.

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Post # 6
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290 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2008

I grew my hair out for a year before the wedding and it was less than chin length. I had no idea what to do with it but my husband didn’t want me to look all made up or not look like myself so i didn’t do anything fancy to it except use a beaded headband.

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Post # 8
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400 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2009

@ Emma Bee: I’m not getting real extensions- not the ones they glue in away. I was thinking more of the clip in kind that they add if they need more volume (like HairDo- that Jessica Simpson kind). Or, there was one hairstyle I saw that was this round bun that was actually all fake hair- they just clip it around your normal hair! When you go for your hair trial I would ask. I’m sure you have to pay for the fake hair, but I doubt it would be expensive and it would be nicer than the stuff you could get at Claires (and it could match).

Post # 9
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Newbee

I have short hair — very short, in fact (it’s cut over my ears).  Like angee524, I’m planning to wear a rhinestone headband.  I’m also wearing a birdcage veil.  The front of my hair, which is pretty much the only part that will show, will look basically like it does everyday, just with a little more hairspray to hold it in place!

Post # 10
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96 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: May 2009

I am a short hair bride and I have always dreamed of having long hair for my wedding day… I cut my hair mid-back hair to chin length about 2 years ago and I love my day-to-day hair however I persoanlly do not want short hair for my wedding so I opted for getting extensions.  My Fiance is not 100% sold on the idea of me having "longer" hair than what he is used to but I have to say not having super short hair for my wedding is important to me, so he is excited to see what I look like with the longer hair.

I tried a ton of different types of extensions (clip ons, sewn in, adhesives) and I opted for the adhesive for a few reasons:  The clip ins are heavy but GREAT for just the day of… sewn in I wasnt a fan… so the adhesives were my choice.  they are a bit more expensive but for the priority level for me they are worth it (I budgeted a less expensive dress for my hair, I know crazy..) 

With all that being said.. you can most definatley do gorgeous hair-dos with shorter hair for your wedding. I have seen beautiful wedding photoes with short hair brides.

@angee524:  I think your hair style is beautiful.. I was actually thinking if I kept my hair short I would do something like your style

Post # 11
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Newbee
  • Wedding: April 2009

I also have very short hair (pixie style with longer bags a la Rhianna) and have been killing myself wondering what to do. I have finally decided that I am just going to do it like I usually do with a little more oomph. I plan to tease up the back a bit more for height, and craete a "messy" look ith the rest. I usually wear it smooth. I love my short hair and was not going to grow it out for the wedding, and I think an accessory would be too much. I will try to add a pic once it is done.

In the meantime, here are some cute short hair pics I looked up for myself.[attachment=174702,12151] [attachment=174702,12152]

Post # 12
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1048 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2009 - City Hall

I have no idea what I’m going to do. That’s a post in the making, for sure! I chopped my hair off in to a really short (too short for me) pixie right before the new year, then Mr. MJ proposed in February! So now I have this in between, ear-length shaggy-dog hairdo… I need a miracle!

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