Bhumi, Kiara & Others Swear By This Hairstyle To Manage Second-Day Hair
Updos are all the rage right now. From fashion weeks to red carpets, sleek hairdos have become every celebrity’s go-to style. They’re also a great way to manage second or third-day hair. While the ‘do is versatile, the top-knot isn’t my first preference for a night of clubbing. I want something edgier.
Enter, rope braids. It’s like a ponytail but sexier. And celebrities are digging it. Take a look!
Bhumi Pednekar’s Classic Centre-Parted Rope Braid
Always open to experimenting, Bhumi sported the twisted braid with an indo-western Anamika Khanna ensemble. Her hair featured a sleek centre parting for a comfortable yet chic look.
Deepika Padukone’s Samurai-Inspired Rope Braid
If you have short hair and want in on the trend, follow Deepika’s lead. The actress’s hairstyle, created by maestro Amit Thakur, featured a side parting. With the help of lots of gel, DP’s bob was twisted and secured in a scrunchie. This hairdo is so easy to cover up second or even third-day hair!
Ananya Panday’s Nonchalant Rope Braid
While the rope braid is perfect for greasy hair, the Gehraiyaan actress’ hair was squeaky clean when she rocked this hairstyle. The simple hairstyle was swept away from her face to show off her glamm makeup.
Kiara Advani’s Red Carpet-Worthy Rope Braid
When Kiara walked the red carpet at an awards show, all eyes were on her. While many applauded her outfit, her twisted braid stole the show and formed a whole new fan base.
Kareena Kapoor Khan’s Showstopping Rope Braid
A true trendsetter, Bebo was the first to feature the edgy hairdo and set the base for others to follow. Her thick hair was pulled back into a tight, twisted rope braid that enhanced her sharp jawline and long neck. Yianni Tsapatori created the iconic look for the actress.
How To Create This Hairdo:
- Comb all your hair back and secure it in a tight ponytail.
- Divide the ponytail into two and twist each section individually.
- Then, intertwine both sections until you reach the tip and secure it with another scrunchie.
- Use a hairspray or strong hold gel to ensure the hair doesn’t come loose.
I’m bookmarking this hairdo for when I’m feeling bold and edgy, WBY?
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