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Tress Talk – Different Types of Indian Wedding Hairstyles
22 nd Nov 2015

The most gorgeous outfit and perfect makeup can all be for naught if you choose the wrong hairdo.

The crown needs due attention, to turn your look into glory. When it comes to an Indian wedding, invest time to decide the perfect hairstyle to do justice to your fine attire and jewellery.

A hairstyle frames your face and like a beautiful picture deserves a beautiful frame to enhance its beauty, a beautiful hairstyle can work wonders for your wedding look. Here are some Indian wedding hairstyles that will help you ace the look while attending an Indian wedding.

Fine and Tied

Gathered-up Indian wedding hairstyles suit all traditional attires. It gives scope to flaunt that stylish backless choli and highlights the danglers and necklaces that you intend to deck up with. This kind of look is also suitable for summer weddings and it will keep you cool as you dance your way in the baraat, in sultry weather.

The tied up look goes very well with sarees and lehengas. Otherwise you can choose to go for buns, chignons or fancy braids. A combination of both in the form of braided buns is also a great option to consider for Indian wedding hairstyles.

Bun Hairstyles | Tress Talk – Different Types of Indian Wedding Hairstyles

Braided Buns | Tress Talk – Different Types of Indian Wedding Hairstyles

Braid Hairstyles | Tress Talk – Different Types of Indian Wedding Hairstyles

Part It Pretty

Indian wedding hairstyles with partings also look outstanding. The parting can be centred or on one side depending upon what suits your face structure.

If you intend to wear your hair untied, interesting partings will add attractive puff to your hair and is also a great way to style short hair. Playing with the partition of the hair, results in interesting looks like below.

Interesting Partings | Tress Talk – Different Types of Indian Wedding Hairstyles

Perky Ponytails

Ponytails are considered as a quick rescue for a bad hair day but an artistically crafted ponytail with deliberate escaping locks looks very chic. Indian wedding hairstyles with a loosely tied low ponytail, at the nape of the neck or, resting on a shoulder will give you a stylish look.

Ponytails | Tress Talk – Different Types of Indian Wedding Hairstyles

Wavy Wonders

While poker straight hair looks very sleek, waves add volume and drama to limp hair. Waves add interest to any hairstyle whether you prefer to let your hair down, tie it up or pull it into a ponytail.

Soft waves are more suitable for an Indian look against rigidly curled hairstyles. The gentle waves look very natural and effortless, resulting in an eye pleasing style statement.

 

Wavy Hairdo | Tress Talk – Different Types of Indian Wedding Hairstyles

Accessorise

If you have attended an Indian wedding before, you will know about the importance of jewellery in an Indian wedding. The love for jewellery in Indian culture has resulted in plethora of options for jewellery for every body part. The hair is no exception and Indian wedding hairstyles will look naked without some striking pieces of jewellery like mangtikka and passa adorning it.  

HaiR accessories | Tress Talk – Different Types of Indian Wedding Hairstyles

 

Hair Accessory | Tress Talk – Different Types of Indian Wedding Hairstyles

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Hair Accessories from Strand of Silk | Tress Talk – Different Types of Indian Wedding Hairstyles

You can also choose fresh or artificial flowers as the focal point of your hairstyle. With the right accessories you can match the hairdo with your outfit, and bring the look together.

Flower Hairstyles | Tress Talk – Different Types of Indian Wedding Hairstyles

These beautiful Indian wedding hairstyles will definitely make heads turn at an Indian wedding party. So this wedding season, let the flick of your strikingly styled tresses match the excitement of your lehenga’s twirl. 

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