The wedding industry has obviously taken a huge hit this year with people doing smaller events and government restrictions being imposed. Well, it's obviously a good idea to stay safe and maintain the safety of your guests cause we still are in the middle of a pandemic. If you are attending a wedding in person or over Zoom then we've got some hairstyle inspo that would look gorgeous with Indian outfits.
Cause even if you're not there in person, you've got to dress the part and a shaadi is the perfect occasion to glam up (we have barely got any of those in 2020 in any case!)
From braided hairstyles to classic updos, Bollywood celebs have all the inspo for you.
Just like Alia Bhatt, you can also make braids on either side of your crown and tie them back in a loose half-up half-down look. Add loose curls to the back section of your hair and keep it messy. You can secure the style with statement, bejeweled pins, and clips that will elevate the ensemble and keep the hairstyle in place during the dance performances.
Probably the easiest thing to make your long hair look wedding-ready is to use your tongs or your hair straightener and curl your hair. You can section it out and then go through the process of curling. Just remember to use a protectant spray and a serum to take care of your strands from the excessive heating equipment.
All of quarantine your hair has been in a bun anyway so why not take it into the wedding season too? If you don't want the traditional juda bun, opt for this half-updo. Take your hair back and secure it in place with a hair tie and let the rest of your tresses hang loosely. You can add a gajra to really get into the festive spirit.
The trick with this hairstyle is to use loads of texturising spray and backcomb your hair. Just backcomb a part of the crown to create a volumised and puffed look and then secure it in a medium-high ponytail and backcomb that part as well. It's great for people who have thin hair because their hairstyle will look bigger and less flat.
Like everyone else, when you can't think of anything else or are running too late, just straighten your locks and all will be well. Like Tara Sutaria you can also create a center parting and tuck some strands behind your ears so that they don't keep flying everywhere. This hairstyle is also perfect if you're planning to wear a maang tikka cause it'll let your accessory be the showrunner.
If you are attending a wedding physically, please be safe, wear a mask, keep your hands sanitised, and have fun!
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