Festive season is right around the corner and comes with it are the jitters and the first world problems for every lassie” What to wear and how to style your hair suitable to each outfit” isn’t? Look no further because we have got you sorted with some fun and chic hairdos which will get those heads turning.
- Messy Wrapped Pony Tail
Whether your hair is short or long, experiment it with a low, messy wrapped ponytail at your next Card party. It’s a stunning substitute to an effortless pony or a braid and will make you look classy. The simple detailing of first putting loose curls, put parting and pulling it low gets better as the night goes on. To add that wonderful touch, put a matching hair accessory.
- The Dutch Goddess
This hairstyle is for the ones who love dancing their feet off and still want to look perfect at all times without messing with their look. Start by making a Dutch braid in your hair from the crown area and then take the rest of your hair in a top knot. Get a bit edgy with putting glitter in the parted lines and voila! You’re set to sizzle.
- Let those waves do the talking
Half updos are unique and simple but when you pair it with curls, it looks effortlessly flattering. This style gives your hair the needed volume and is a great option for thin mane. This girl next door hairdo is perfect to go with your desi avatar.Lowkey and yet makes the needed impact!
- The eccentric sleek bun
This is one hairstyle you never can go wrong with. Festivities and flowers go hand-in-hand – this beautiful floral chignon will lift your entire look. All you need to do is, make a sleek middle-parted donut bun and wrap it with either gajras or delicate flowers to add some drama to it.
- Waterfall twist
This hairstyle is friendly with all types of hair and can be done effortlessly. You only need some pins and you’re good to go. The waterfall twist is not only easy but it gives a well-finished and stunning look as well. You can work this hairstyle on both curly as well as straight hair and it looks incredible with every outfit.
Inputs: Mr.Samay Dutta, Director, Noir