Half-up Bun To Side Braid: 8 Hairstyles You Can Try This Festive Season
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As much as it’s important for a woman to choose the right outfits during the festive days, it’s equally, or even more significant at times, to opt for the right hairdos. Hairdos can either glam up your look or take down your entire charm within a flash of a second.
Everywhere, every nook, the women are now prepping to look their best either for the dandiya nights of Navratri or pandal-hopping during Durga Pujo.
While we told you how you can have the best of Bollywood-inspired outfits in the last post, we bring you a whole list of hairdos that you can steal from your favourite actresses’ style files.
There’s nothing that comes near a neat, perfectly tied-up bun. It’s simple yet it adds that X factor to your look.
Just in case, you aren’t in mood for tying up your hair completely, go for a half-up bun. It’ll add a pinch of modernity to your conventional look.
You can also let your hair free and win hearts with this carefree and easy going look. Side partition, two braids from the front, pin them up at the back; and you’re ready to go!
Or one can even just pull up some hair and pin it up on one side.
Simple yet elegant; go for that side braid you’ve always been scared to try. Add a touch of glamour to it by putting on some traditional ‘gajra’.
How about a combination of some braids and a tied up pony? Post equal partitioning of your hair, braid them up and tie them tightly in a pulled back pony and see the magic.
Or tie it down in this mellowed down style.
Wearing a simple outfit? Nothing to worry about as you can always glam up your look with a heavy hairdo such as this vintage-styled bun. 3 twists and you’re set to go.
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