If you have gone for the chop (we understand how the weather has urged you to make that move), and you have been wondering how to style your short hair, we have got the lookbook just for you. Here are some easy ways you can create glamourous-looking updos for shorter hair that are perfect for a business meeting or a special date night with your loved one.
A simple braid on each section creates this updo that even the shortest hair can pull off.
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This simple low bun is simply a sectioned low ponytail that’s pinned up into a messy bun.
A braid on the front controls and contrasts the messy waves at the back of the head. This is also a good look to keep your long bangs from falling into your eyes.
An easy way to attempt this hairstyle would be to wear an elastic hairband and have sections of hair looping through the elastic. Do so until all your hair meets at the centre.
Updos on short hair is definitely possible as demonstrated by this hairstyle, but it requires plenty of product and practice. This particular style sections hair into four parts and is then pinned to hide the ends.
Starting with two sections of twisted braid meeting in the middle, secure with a thin hair tie and repeat until you’ve reached the base of your head. Then twist the hair at the bottom and tuck it in before securing with pins.
Different sections of hair are twisted and pinned until everything is secured. Then, hair is carefully pulled to create volume and texture. Spray on loads of hairspray for good measure.
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Essentially a half ponytail, this variation uses sections of twisted hair which are then loosened to create volume.
This hairdo works best for short hair with a uniform length. Tie two fishtail braids from both sides of hair and have them meet in the centre. Loosen the fishtail braid to create volume.
Braided hair which runs down the side of head looks beautiful and feminine, even for short hair.
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This style is basically just a pony tail, but you can add interest by criss-crossing some bobby pins on the side to hold up loose ends. Don’t forget to loosen the hair on your crown so it doesn’t look too flat.
Hairbands come in handy especially if you’re looking to spruce up your look when you’re feeling lazy. For a bolder look, we recommend going for a thicker hairband for an easy chic updo.
Separate three sections of your hair and tie them each into ponytails first. Then, tie each of them into a bun each. Keep the buns close together to complete the look.
The ponytail is a versatile look favoured by many. The low ponytail style is especially a favourite amongst the Korean celebrities and you can do your own version of it easily.
For the adventurous and bold, try this faux mohawk look that is perfect for both the work and gym. Start by sectioning the hair off into three sections, then Dutch-braid the middle section of the hair tightly. When you reach the nape of the neck, gather the rest of the hair and fasten it with a hair tie.