The effortless prettiness comes from the texture. As far as short hair is concerned it’s all about texture; that really is the key to it. That, and a great cut.
Add a little gel like Bumble and bumble Bb.gel, £21.50 (at bumbleandbumble.co.uk), and you can create a sleek, boyish, wet-look spotted more than once on Emma Watson. But use a little Shu Uemura Art of Hair Tasai Cream, £22 (at lookfantastic.com), work it into your hair before blow-drying and you’ll have a subtle texture with a little volume and hold – just like the natural finish Michelle Williams prefers.
If you want to add an accessory for the wedding, look to the short haired stars on the red carpet – Michelle Williams accessorised her crop to great effect at the Golden Globes. She kept it simple though, a running theme, by using a plain black hair band. Rachel Evan-Wood is also a fan of a black hair band; she’s been spotted wearing the accessory more than once. On one occasion she used it to create lift in her hair, while at another event she channelled a sixties feel - proving just how versatile short hair can be.
H&M, Accessorise and Topshop have a great selection of hair bands, or you could get crafty and head to a haberdashery. You will be able to find fabric or lace that perfectly complements the dress you’re wearing to the wedding.