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An Indian wedding is an extravagance personified. People talk about a good wedding for generations to come. One key element that nobody misses in an Indian wedding is the appearance of the bride. Therefore, it is only important that the bride should look impeccable in each and every aspect. Here we showcase you Wedding Hairstyles for Indian Brides.
Because the final touch that complements a bride’s wedding outfit is a perfect hairstyle. It is one of the things that can make or break your appearance. If done right, you can look drop-dead gorgeous with minimal efforts. This is why it is so important for Indian brides to choose the best hairstyles for their big day.
Here’s a list of 20 best hairstyles for brides for you to choose from:
The curly hairdo
If you want to go for a carefree, charming look, then this is the hairstyle you should chase. It can easily be created using a decent styling comb and held together with a good hairspray.
This is a good alternative if you wish to have an open hairstyle for your wedding. To add to the charm, you can encrust the parting with beautiful ornaments.
The long, braided hairstyle
For this, you would need lush and long hair. It is very common to see brides with braids at their weddings. Yet, its simplicity does not take away any of its elegance. Even if you don’t have long hair and wish to sport this gorgeous hairstyle at your wedding, you can do so by using false hair clip-ins. What’s more interesting is that you can use various hair accessories to complement this hairstyle, such as pearly beads or even maangtika.
This hairstyle is perfection personified. Imagine, three beautiful hairstyles incorporated into one. Although difficult to manage, it exudes an aura of extravagance and a deadly grace. With curly bangs, neat parting complemented with an overall messy look, this hairstyle will make you look absolutely gorgeous. You can finish off the look with some nice hair accessories like flowers or maangtika.
The beehive back hairstyle
This is one of the best hairstyles for long and short hair. This hairstyle has a simple charm about it. The cute little curls adorn the sheen of your gorgeous hairstyle and make you look like a literal goddess. It is also a simple hairstyle to create, and can be done in a jiffy with the help of a good stylist.
The half-up, half-down hairstyle
According to me, this is the most underrated Wedding Hairstyles for Indian Brides. However, recent trends have picked them up and they are back in the market once again. The back of your hair is mounted with lush, beautiful-looking curls while the front sands out like a crown. Together, the killer front and back combination will give you the appearance of a queen on your wedding day.
Beehive with flowers
A floral hairstyle can certainly make you look drop dead gorgeous on your wedding day. The beehive floral hairstyle is perfectly suited for those with medium length hair. It is a relatively simple hairstyle and you can even create it without the help of a stylist. Make sure that you choose the right floral accessories to go with this look.
The hairstyle with veil
If you want to try something unconventional and try something modern, this is the hairstyle for you. The beehive up-dos can complement almost any hair accessories, including a veil. Moreover, they are also quite hot in the fashion market nowadays, meaning that you cannot go wrong with it. This hairstyle is best suited for people with naturally straight hair.
There is absolutely nothing that can stop you if you wish to harbor a neat and clean vintage bun. This hairstyle is a perfect blend of traditions with a subtle touch of modernity. It incorporates the traditional buns and luscious curls into a single, beautiful hairstyle that can take your breath away. So, if you want to try something courageous for your big day, go for a braided bun with vintage curls.
The South Indian bridal hairstyle
Have you ever seen a South Indian bride before? They look absolutely stunning when they adorn their traditional wedding outfit. A key element of a South Indian bridal hairstyle is the use of floral accessories. It usually involves a long braid, comforted between the sweet aromas of fresh garlands. To complete the look, sport a beautiful maangtika at the center of the parting.
The puff hairstyle
This is a relatively simple hairstyle. It involves a crown puff with some thick, voluminous hair lying loose in the front. This contradiction creates for an impeccable hairstyle that goes well with many hairstyle accessories. You can also adorn your crown with a side veil if you sport this hairstyle at your wedding. All of this combine into an eccentric, beautiful hairdo.
The side clipped hairstyle
If you wish to try something that is simple, elegant, and unique, all at the same time, then go for this hairstyle. All you need to do is ask your stylist to create an impeccable side parting in a neat fashion. You can adorn the center of the parting with various beautiful wedding ornaments or hair accessories as well. The most suitable decision would be to fix a maangtika on your beautiful side part and let it shine.
The half-up, half-down with maangitka
The half-up, half-down hairstyles are the latest buzz in the fashion industry right now. And rightly so, because they make you look absolutely gorgeous. They exude an aura of simplicity and elegance at the same time. Even if you cannot afford a stylist, you are good to go. That so because anyone would be perfectly capable to create this hairstyle on their own. It is only a combination of a simple half-up, half-down style with a traditional, long maangtika at the front.
The messy bun
Are you worried because your big day is looming near and your hair is as thin as ever? You don’t have to worry, for we have the perfect solution. The messy bun is a perfect traditional hairstyle that is best suited for people with thin hair. However, creating this hairstyle to perfection would require the assistance of an experience stylist. But once it is done, it will certainly make you look drop dead gorgeous.
The simple, charming, exotic hairstyle
Sometimes, beauty lies in the simplest of things. This hairstyle is a living proof of the former statement. If you wish to go for a sensuous, rather than an extravagant look, then this is the hairstyle for you. It is best suited for people with medium-length hair. Simply let your hair loose in a curly fashion and drape a dupatta over your head to complement the charm of the hairstyle peeking out at the front.
The traditional bun with side parting and dupatta
A dupatta is a symbol of auspiciousness for an Indian bride. It also gives you a charming, and an exotic appearance. Therefore, it is only natural to want to include it in your wedding attire. If you wish to do so, the traditional bun with a side parting and a dupatta hanging over your head is a perfect incorporation of three traditional hairstyles.
The Floral bun with waves
If you want to sport a bun on your big day, but also want to try something unique, this is the hairstyle for you. It requires a great deal of patience and experience to create this hairstyle. Therefore, it is advisable that you take the assistance of a stylist. To complete this hairstyle, simply leave some hair in the front and make a bun from your crown till the back of your hair. Simply ice the hairstyle with some floral accessories at the end.
The asymmetrical hairstyle
The most charming element of this hairstyle lies in its asymmetric nature. It is one of the most common, most beautiful hairstyles that you would expect to see in a Pakistani wedding function. It simply requires you to leave some hair like bangs toward the front and drag the rest toward the back. Now make a low side bun and pin it to create a neat overall appearance.
The high-scalp hairstyle
This hairstyle is like a boon for brides with receding scalp. Moreover, the complementary nature of this hairstyle does not take away its charm in any way. It is quite eye-catching and beautiful. All you need to do is create a middle parting and complement it with a braid or a low bun at the back. Now you can supplement the front of your scalp with a chained, flat maangtika.
The simple bun with accessories
This is one of the simplest, most attractive hairstyles for Indian brides in the market today. This particular hairstyle looks gorgeous both with and without a traditional red veil for Indian brides. It involves a very neat middle parting and a high bun at the back. You can then adorn the parting with accessories of your choice.
The double maangtika hairstyle
A maangtika is an important piece of ornament in Indian weddings. In some cultures, it is also a symbol of auspiciousness of a bride. Therefore, a double maangtika hairstyle does not only make you look gorgeous, but also adds a spiritual value to your wedding appearance. All you need to do is comb your hair and create a high bun with no parting. Then you can adorn the overall look with a maangtika at the centre and the side of your hair.
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