You have confirmed your presence to the upcoming weddings on your social calendar and even decided on your outfit. Now, it’s the time to design the finishing touches like your hair and makeup looks. As a wedding guest, you have the ideal chance to dress to the nines without the pressure of being a bride. It may be simpler to prepare a beauty look last minute; however, you would prefer not to come up short with a hairdo that is too casual.
An on-point hairstyle can take your ethnic outfit to the next level, which is the reason we decided to assemble an easy manual to help you pick the correct one with a little help from Bollywood’s trendsetters. From plaited haircuts to classic updos, you will discover a lot of options in here.
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Half-up Twists: Choose this two-step procedure hairdo when you are in a hurry, which means you can put it together even on your way to the wedding. Just separate your hair into a center parting and take a small segment from the correct side of your crown. Twist it back and hold it in place with a bobby pin. Repeat the procedure on the opposite side to finish the look.
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Sleek Floral Buns: While top knots appear to get the spotlight lately, a low bun makes for an ageless, versatile hairdo that will never go out of style. This hairstyle is perfect to conceal a bad hair day and complements pretty much every ethnic silhouette. We suggest adding a gajra to elevate a traditional look, much the same as Deepika Padukone did for Akash Ambani’s wedding.
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Messy, Textured Buns: A messy bun, which has found support among few big names including Janhvi Kapoor, Katrina Kaif and Alia Bhatt, among others, will do you well on the off chance that you don’t need a hairstyle that looks too put together. To recreate it, spritz your hair with a sea salt spray. Twist random segments of your hair into knots and secure with bobby pins. Remove the pins after a few minutes and tie your hair in a braid. Start twisting the braid, and wrap it over its own base before circling it into a bun.
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Textured Ponytail: Anushka Sharma’s high ponytail incorporating a bouffant, is an incredible alternative for wedding season motivation. To make it, splash your hair with a texturizing shower after blow-drying it. Isolate the front area of your mane, and after that make a high messy braid with an elastic band with the remaining hair at the back. Divide the front section in the center and tease it for volume. Brush the two sections back and fold them into the ponytail, creating a lift at your crown area. Secure these with bobby pins and take a small area of hair from the back to conceal the elastic band.