7 Amazing Celeb Hairstyles To Inspire Your Festive Look!
It’s our favourite time of year - Diwali and the shaadi season bring such a feel-good atmosphere. And with all the festivities come plenty of parties and celebrations...you know what the best part about that is? Dressing up! Whether you’re channeling some desi girl style in a sari or an anarkali, you don’t want boring hair to bring down your look. We give you some inspiration from our fave divas, try these celeb hairstyles to elevate your festive style.
The ever pretty Dia Mirza nails girly, pretty and romantic with every look. We love this simple half-up half-down style and those curls make it look anything but boring. Use your fingers to tousle your hair on the top to make it look more textured than sleek like Dia.
2. Deepika Padukone – The Never-Fail Topknot
Rocking a long floral jacket, DPad shows us that your trusty top knot should not just be reserved for the gym. She combined her signature pouf with it for some volume on the crown. We love!
3. Geeta Basra – Dress Up Your Hair
We’re in love with head chains, they’re the modern-day matha pattis and are perfect for dressing up any regular hairdo. Geeta paired her bun with an attention-grabbing one at her mehendi ceremony and has made us want to buy one stat.
Call it going retro or just tapping into your inner Adele, we definitely want to try this bouffant ponytail like Huma. It’s perfect for a cocktail night and would look equally fab on a saree, trust us. Tease your hair along your crown, use your comb to smoothen it and tie your hair in low ponytail. Don’t forget dramatic eyeliner wings to go with the look.
5. Diana Penty – The Sleek Siren
A sleek, centre-parted bun is a great idea to show of a pretty pair of jhumkis, add a touch of sexy by going off-shoulder like Diana. Finish off with a bold lip for some mega drama, which is exactly what you need to turn heads at a big Diwali party.
6. Tara Sharma – Royal Updo
This simple, side updo looks elaborate but can be achieved easily. Use a curling iron to create waves for some texture before pinning your hair into a loose bun on one side. Pull out loose tendrils for that romantic charm. This look helps dress up any outfit as is a must-try to show off a sexy back for the ultimate statement this season.
Get into the festive spirit with this cute bun like our fave fashionista. Take two sections on either side of your front hairline and twist them, before pinning them in place under your hair (to conceal the pin). Then just pull you hair into a bun like you regularly do and add some gajra to really get into the traditional mood. It’s undeniably pretty.