Hairstyle For An Indian Wedding

What Is The Best Hairstyle For An Indian Wedding?

If you want your bridal ceremony to be lavish and one of a kind, then looking at Indian wedding hairstyles is something you should do. In India, marriage is celebrated as a joyous occasion that brings two loving hearts together and, according to the Vedas, also unites their souls. It is a common misconception that couples who exchange wedding vows will be together for the rest of their lives. You will be able to produce a divine bridal look in the Indian style with the help of the hairstyles that we have listed in our list. Examine each one carefully, then pick the one that appeals to your sense of style.

Criss Cross Flower Accented Bun

When it comes to the hairstyles that are appropriate for a traditional Indian wedding, you can't go wrong with a sleek and classic bun. Because it will keep your hair precisely in place, this sophisticated doughnut bun style is ideal for wearing beneath a ghungat. You can wear it with or without the head covering. The look is given a touch of prettiness by the individual flowers, which are only simple ones.

What You Need

  • Comb with widely spaced teeth
  • serum for softening the skin
  • Comb with very fine teeth
  • Hair elastic
  • Donuts made of hair (big)
  • U pins
  • Fragrant little blossoms
  • Hairspray with a strong grip

How To Style

  • A wide-toothed comb will help you get rid of the knots and tangles in your hair.
  • To eliminate the unflattering frizz, a smoothing serum should be used.
  • Separate your hair into a left and right side by dividing it about two inches below the temples.
  • Put the rest of your hair in a ponytail a few inches above the nape of the neck, and comb it back with a fine-toothed comb.
  • A hair doughnut is where you put the tip of your ponytail.
  • To create a doughnut ponytail, begin wrapping your hair around the doughnut and rolling it up the length of your hair.
  • Don't stop spreading your ponytail hair around the doughnut until it's entirely hidden from view at the base of your hairdo.
  • If your doughnut is long enough, you can use U pins to fasten it to the top of your ponytail.
  • Now, grab the loose strand of hair on the left side and pin it under the right bun.
  • The same process must be carried out on the right side of your head's hair.
  • Use bobby pins to attach four or five flowers to one side of your bun.
  • Apply some extra-strong hairspray to the ends to keep the style in place.

Side Parted Ringlet Bun

In the months leading up to the big day, flowery patterns may be found everywhere. Designs based on leaves should get more appreciation than they now do. This naturalistic take on elegance is achieved by accessorising a ringlet bun with a gold comb adorned with a stunning leaf motif.

What You Need

  • Hairbrush
  • Guard against the effects of high temperatures
  • Hair straightener
  • Curling iron, 3/4 inch
  • A hair tie
  • Mist for Adding Texture
  • Curling pins
  • Exquisite hair comb
  • Hairspray with a lot of hold

How To Style

  • After washing and drying your hair, use a brush to remove any tangles or knots you may have missed.
  • Use a heat protectant on your hair before you style it.
  • Start by straightening and separating the front half of your hair.
  • Put your hair into a ponytail at shoulder height.
  • The entire ponytail can be curled by picking up and curling 1-inch portions of hair at a time.
  • Apply texturizing spray liberally throughout your curls.
  • Take one of the curls from the end of your hair, wrap it into a ringlet, and secure it with a hair pin at the base of your ponytail.
  • Roll and secure all of your ponytail's hair by repeating the previous step.
  • Make a side part in the front of your hair that you have previously avoided.
  • Sweep the hair on the opposite side of your part back and secure it with a pin over your bun.
  • The section of hair on the other side of the portion should be treated similarly.
  • Then, on one side of your bun, insert your fancy comb.
  • Apply liberal amounts of hairspray to secure the ringlet bun.

Bumped Up Curls

It's astonishing how even the most simple hairdo can look completely different after being bumped. The bumpit at her scalp's crown has taken her already stunningly beautiful ringlets to the next level.

What You Need

  • Guard against the effects of high temperatures
  • Curling iron, 1 inch
  • Bumpit
  • Scope of very little teeth
  • Curling pins
  • Spray for light hold on hair

How To Style

  • After drying your hair thoroughly, spray it all over with heat protectant.
  • Curl the bottom half of your hair by picking up and rolling 1-inch portions.
  • Slip a bumpit under your hair at the top of your head.
  • The top and sides of your head should be smoothed over the bumpit, while your bangs should be pinned in the centre of your skull.
  • Apply a small amount of flexible hold hairspray to complete the look.

Elegant Twisted Side Bun

The conventional crimson lehenga isn't the only option for brides. This chic updo will look great with your choice of neutral colours this season. An understated variation on your updo will let your designer outfit shine.

What You Need

  • Guard against the effects of high temperatures
  • Hair straightener
  • A hair tie
  • Curling pins
  • Hairspray with a lot of hold

How To Style

  • Apply a heat protectant to your freshly washed and dried hair.
  • Pull out and straighten your hair in 2-inch chunks.
  • The entire back of your hair should be pulled into a low side ponytail, while the front pieces are left loose.
  • Select a 2-inch piece of hair from the base of your ponytail, and then roll it into a loose bun.
  • A second 2-inch portion of hair is selected, rolled and wrapped loosely around the first section, then pinned in place.
  • The ponytail's hair must be rolled into a low side bun, thus you must keep repeating the previous step until you've finished.
  • Put a divider through the front of your hair on one side.
  • Grasp a 2-inch swath of hair from the side of the split that has more hair.
  • Separate the hair into two pieces, and begin a French twist, gradually adding more hair with each turn.
  • When you're out of hair for a French twist, just twist what you have left over a few times, then lay it across the top of your bun and secure it with a pin on the opposite side.
  • On the other side, carry out steps 9 and 10.
  • Use a high-hold hairspray to keep your style in place and complete your look.

Curly Tendrils Updo

You want your wedding day to be a grand theatrical production, huh? If so, I can think of no other hairstyle that would complement your features as well as this stunning updo. This gorgeous style will have your curls cascading in lovely tendrils down your neck, drawing attention to your earrings.

What You Need

  • Guard against the effects of high temperatures
  • Curling iron, 1 inch
  • Donut-shaped hair
  • U pins
  • Curling pins
  • Hairspray with a lot of hold

How To Style

  • First, shield your hair from the heat by using a heat protectant.
  • Curl your entire head of hair by picking up and twisting together 1-inch portions.
  • Make a high ponytail with your hair.
  • Your hair doughnut should be inserted into your ponytail's base.
  • Cover the hair doughnut with your ponytail by rolling, arranging, and pinning little parts of your hair over it.
  • The tendril appearance is achieved by letting the ends of your curls hang loose.
  • Take several pieces of hair from the front and use them to frame your face.
  • Apply hairspray liberally to your finished updo.

Dramatic Center Parted Bun

Every bride has the same dream—to feel and look like a true princess on her wedding day. Her fanciful vision is brought to life by the careful styling of her outfit, hair, and cosmetics. A refined spin on the traditional doughnut bun, this extravagant version is to die for. When it comes to your special day, Vogue Ballroom has proven itself to be an iconic wedding reception venue and function centre in Melbourne.

What You Need

  • Mist for Adding Texture
  • A hair tie
  • Donut in the hair (big)
  • U pins
  • Curling pins
  • Scope of very little teeth
  • Calming serum
  • Hairspray with a lot of hold

How To Style

  • Use a texturising spray to give your hair some grip before you start styling it.
  • Make a middle part in your hair.
  • Make a high ponytail with your hair.
  • Put your hair doughnut in your ponytail's base.
  • Start at the base of your ponytail and roll the hair doughnut up the length of your hair, wrapping your hair around it as you go.
  • At the point where your hair doughnut reaches the base of your ponytail, secure it there using U pins.
  • Separate the remaining hair into smaller parts.
  • Simply pick up little sections of hair, wrap them into ringlets, and secure them with pins to the bun.
  • To add height and fullness to your front hair, run the tail of your fine-toothed comb under the middle part.
  • Apply smoothing serum liberally on your comb and then run it through your front hair to tame any unruliness.
  • Finally, spray the style with hairspray to keep it in place.

Loose Romantic Braid

Girl, if the notion of curling irons and hairsprays makes you want to run away, I’ve got your back. This easy twisted braid style is stunning on its own, but it looks even more stunning when worn by a South Indian bride with a heavy silk saree.

What You Need

  • Mist for Adding Texture
  • A hair tie
  • Don't worry, be happy; maang teeka

Hairstyle For An Indian Wedding

How To Style

  • Apply a texturising spray to your entire head of hair.
  • Make a side part in your hair.
  • Throw your hair to one side and over one shoulder.
  • Take a large section of hair from the top, near the parting, and separate it in half. Do this on the side of your parting where there is more hair.
  • Using your fingers, French twist these pieces by interlacing them with one another, and then add more hair from the side of your forehead to the twisted braid.
  • When your French twist reaches your nape, divide it into thirds and braid it till the very end.
  • Place a hair elastic on the end to keep it in place.
  • If you want a softer, more romantic look, loosen your braid.
  • A maang teeka will complete your outfit.

Bouquet Bun

Every Indian wedding must include a gajra (a garland of jasmine flowers) in the bride's hair. The wedding attire is not complete without a jasmine hair accessory. This updated take on the traditional gajra employs a small bunch of flowers to adorn a standard low bun.

What You Need

  • Scope of very little teeth
  • Calming serum
  • Bands that hold hair back
  • Curling pins
  • Jewish web
  • Floral arrangement

How To Style

  • To remove tangles and knots from your hair, use a brush.
  • Use a serum that tames frizz and smoothes the hair from root to tip.
  • Backcomb all of your hair with a fine-toothed comb.
  • Place a ponytail at the base of your neck and tie it off.
  • Take your ponytail, twist and roll it into a bun, then use bobby pins to keep it in place.
  • Wrap the bun in the Juda nett.
  • Pin a little bouquet of freshly picked flowers on the top of your bun.
  • More extras can be included if desired.
  • To complete your bun, spray it all over with hairspray.

Intricate Floral Updo

Here's an option to try if you're allergic to flowers or just don't care for them. A festive air has been infused into this complex high updo with the addition of floral embellishments made from artificial blooms. The benefit of utilising artificial flowers is that you can find them in a wide range of colours to complement any ensemble.

What You Need

  • Mist for Adding Texture
  • A hair tie
  • Bumpit (small)
  • Donut-shaped hair
  • Curling pins
  • U pins
  • Fake blossoms
  • Hairspray with a lot of hold

How To Style

  • Apply some texturising spray to your freshly washed and dried hair.
  • Divide your hair into a front and a back piece.
  • Slip a bumpit under your hair at the top of your head.
  • All the hair in the back should be pulled back and tied into a low ponytail.
  • Put a hair doughnut in your ponytail's base.
  • To cover your hair doughnut, take large sections of hair from your ponytail and roll them loosely before pinning them to the back of your head.
  • Make a side part at the front of your hair.
  • Take the hair on the side of your part where there is more hair, twist it all the way to the end, and then pin it back near your bun in a crisscross pattern.
  • Repeat the preceding process on the other side.
  • Add some faux flowers to your updo with the help of some U pins.
  • Apply some hairspray to the final product to keep the style in place.

Dutch Braids Bun

Dutch braids have the magical ability to transform even the simplest hairstyle into something complicated and lovely. Two Dutch braids in front lead to a faux juda in the back of this gorgeous updo. If you have thin hair and want a full-bodied bun, a faux Juda is the way to go.

What You Need

  • Mist for Adding Texture
  • Bumpit (medium)
  • Bands that hold hair back
  • Curling pins
  • Imposter Juda
  • Hairspray with a lot of hold

How To Style

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  • Make a middle part in your hair.
  • Brush your hair backwards, beginning at your scalp.
  • Put your bumpit in the bald spot between your ears.
  • Separate your hair at the back of your head (beginning at the ear) and pull it into a low ponytail.
  • Get a 2-inch strand of hair from the area just to the right of your part.
  • Separate this into three distinct parts.
  • To begin a Dutch braid, flip the outer strands under the central strand (instead of over) and add a few more strands of hair with each stitch.
  • Dutch braids can be worn loose or tied into a low ponytail once they reach the nape of the neck.
  • If you want to finish the other side, just reverse steps 6–9.
  • Wrap the fake juda around your bunted ponytail and secure it with bobby pins.
  • Put some hairspray on top to keep your style in place.

Fancy Clip Curly Bun

The ladies with shorter hair should pay attention. Look no further; these are the most stunning short Indian wedding hairstyles you'll find anywhere. Were you under the impression that we'd forgotten about you? Don't stress out about how to manage your short hair for the big day. An exquisite hairstyle can be achieved by simply curling the hair and pinning it up with a jewelled clip.

What You Need

  • Guard against the effects of high temperatures
  • Hair straightener
  • Curling iron, 1 inch
  • Bumpit (medium)
  • Scope of very little teeth
  • Curling pins
  • Hair accessory with a lot of flair

How To Style

  • Be sure to shield your hair from the heat by using a heat protectant.
  • Get your hair straightened.
  • Curl the bottom half of your hair by picking up and rolling 1-inch portions.
  • Make a side part in your hair.
  • Smooth your hair back with a fine-toothed comb after inserting a bumpit under your hair at the top of your head.
  • Take a 2-inch chunk of hair from the left side of your forehead, twist it around your fingers a few times, and secure it behind your head with a hairpin.
  • On the other side, carry out the same procedure.
  • Place a decorative hair clip in the middle of the back of your head and fasten half of your hair there.
  • To complete your style, pull out some front curls to frame your face.

Ponytail With A Veil

Take a second look at this bridal getup. This look is seriously badass. This hip bride has chosen an unorthodox hairstyle to complement her all-black bridal suit. It's hard to deny the beauty of this bride who wears a black veil and has a curled ponytail.

What You Need

  • Guard against the effects of high temperatures
  • Iron for making curls, 2 inches in diameter
  • Bumpit
  • Curling pins
  • A hair tie
  • Veil
  • Jhumar
  • Don't worry, be happy; maang teeka
  • A hair tie

How To Style

  • After drying your hair, apply a heat protectant on it.
  • Gather your hair into 2-inch sections and curl the bottom half.
  • Slip a bumpit under your hair at the top of your head.
  • Make a middle part at the front of your hair.
  • Straighten the top hair over the bumpit and secure it in the middle of your head with a pin.
  • Pin the front piece of your hair, where you parted it down the middle, back and to the sides of your head.
  • Put your hair in a low or medium ponytail and tie it behind your head.
  • Tie your veil in front of your bumpit.
  • Dress up your outfit with the jhumar and maang teeka.

Simple Floral Braid

In every facet of the Big Fat Indian Wedding, flowers play a crucial part. This stunning flower updo is proof of that. A few curls and some pastel-colored imitation flowers are all it took to make this braid look like a work of art.

What You Need

  • Guard against the effects of high temperatures
  • Iron for making curls, 2 inches in diameter
  • Curling pins
  • A hair tie
  • Fake blossoms
  • U pins

How To Style

  • Put some heat protectant on your freshly washed and dried hair.
  • Curl your entire head of hair by picking up and twisting 2-inch portions.
  • Make a side part in your hair.
  • You should stack the front pieces of your hair on top of your head and loosely pin them in place.
  • Make a side braid by collecting your hair to one side.
  • Use a hair elastic to keep the ends in place.
  • Use the U pins to fasten some fake flowers to the length of your braid.
  • To complete your style, pull out a few strands of hair from the front to frame your face.

Elaborate Poola Jada Braid

Traditional South Indian brides always wear a pool Jada as part of their bridal ensemble. One might think of a poola Jada as a flowering crown that wraps around the braid's beginning and continues all the way to its end. When she's all dressed up, the bride appears like a queen.

What You Need

  • Calming serum
  • Scope of very little teeth
  • Curling pins
  • U pins
  • Bands that hold hair back
  • Savara (hair extensions)
  • Jada Poola (floral hair accessory)
  • Jadagantalu (hanging braid accessory)

How To Style

  • In order to get rid of the frizz in your hair, you need first apply a smoothing serum.
  • Use a fine-toothed comb to backcomb your hair.
  • Make three portions of hair and begin braiding.
  • Once you've braided your hair approximately halfway down, divide your savaram into the three portions and add it to the braid.
  • Never stop braiding!
  • As you near the bottom of the braid, add the jadagantalu.
  • Keep braiding until you reach the finish, then fasten it with an elastic.
  • Poola Jada is attached to the beginning and end of the braid using bobby pins and U pins.

Hairstyle For An Indian Wedding

Traditional Gajra Braid

Adding a twist to your braid will make you look like a stunning Tollywood starlet on your wedding day. To add a flowery touch to your classic bridal hairstyle, try interlacing a long gajra through your braid.

What You Need

  • Mist for Adding Texture
  • Bumpit (small)
  • Curling pins
  • Expanded Form of the Tibetan Letter Gjra (jasmine garland)
  • A hair tie

How To Style

  • Apply some texturising spray to your freshly washed and dried hair.
  • Make a middle part in your hair.
  • Put your bumpit in the bald spot between your ears.
  • Taking a good hunk of hair from the left side of your part, twist it around your fingers until it's totally coiled, and then secure it behind your head with a hairpin.
  • On the other side, carry out the same procedure.
  • Separate your hair into three sections and braid it like normal until you reach the end.
    Place a hair elastic on the end to keep it in place.
  • On finish off the appearance, pin your gajra to the top of your head and weave it into your braid.

Side Swept Curls

True beauty can be found in life's simplest pleasures. Having spent a small fortune on the perfect wedding dress and accessories from your favourite designers, it's only natural that you'd like to keep the spotlight on you on your special day. You can't go wrong with these understated side-swept curls; they'll add a touch of elegance to your outfit without stealing the show. Let Vogue Ballroom Wedding Venue help you create the most magical day of your life. 

What You Need

  • Guard against the effects of high temperatures
  • Iron for making curls, 2 inches in diameter
  • Curling pins
  • Feminine Juda pin
  • Spray for light hold on hair

How To Style

  • After drying your hair, apply a heat protectant on it.
  • Curl your entire head of hair by picking up and twisting 2-inch portions.
  • Make a deep side part in your hair.
  • Sweep the hair on the side of the parting where there is more of it, and pin it behind your head.
  • On the other side, carry out the same procedure.
  • Tilt your head forwards and drape all your hair over one shoulder.
  • To add a touch of glitz, stick a decorative Juda pin in one side.
  • Apply a low-hold hairspray at the end to keep the curls in place all day.

Rosy Ringlet Bun

How do you picture a sophisticated Indian woman? Personally, I can't imagine anything more elegant than a woman wearing a saree and pulling her hair back into a chic bun. This style of hairdo is perfect for projecting that vibe. A saree with a beautiful ringlet bun, perhaps adorned with roses, is a lovely choice for a low-key wedding.

What You Need

  • Mist for Adding Texture
  • A hair tie
  • Donut-shaped hair
  • Curling pins
  • U pins
  • Roses made of plastic, very small
  • Hairspray with a lot of hold

How To Style

  • Make use of a texturising spray before you start.
  • Your hair's asymmetrical portion.
  • Place a ponytail a few inches above the nape of your neck and tie it tight.
  • Put your hair doughnut in your ponytail's base.
  • Roll your entire ponytail into ringlets, picking up one-inch portions at a time, and pinning them to your hair doughnut until it's totally out of sight.
  • Stick some fake flowers in your hair.
  • Hairspray with a firm grip can help you complete your style.

Mermaid Braid

We don't know about you, but whenever We lay eyes on an Indian bride, We get the distinct impression that looking at a fantastical being that has no business being here on Earth. The idea of a mermaid's hairstyle is the inspiration for this braided hairdo. This is as wonderful as it gets.

What You Need

  • Guard against the effects of high temperatures
  • Hair straightener
  • Mist for Adding Texture
  • Curling pins
  • A hair tie

How To Style

  • Put some heat protectant on your freshly washed and dried hair.
  • Get rid of the frizz by roughly passing a straightening iron through your hair.
  • Make a deep side part in your hair.
  • If you want to look your best, pull your hair back and secure it behind your ears.
  • Put all your hair to one side and finish your braid as usual.
  • Use a hair elastic to keep the ends in place.
  • Spread out your braid by loosening the strands and flattening them to complete your look.

Gajra Covered Bun

Ultimately, every girl wants to turn out just like her mum. As a child, I'm sure you also picked up your mother's discarded gajras and tried to replicate her hairstyle. You can have a little bit of your mum with you on your wedding day thanks to this gajra-adorned bun.

What You Need

  • Calming serum
  • Scope of very little teeth
  • A hair tie
  • Curling pins
  • Jewish web
  • gajra jasmine
  • U pins

How To Style

  • Distribute serum for taming frizz throughout your entire head.
  • Tie all of your hair into a low to medium ponytail at the back of your head and smooth it back with a fine-toothed comb.
  • Take your ponytail, twist and roll it into a bun, then use bobby pins to keep it in place.
  • Putting on a Juda nett will help you hide your bun.
  • Next, cover your bun with the gajra. Finish the appearance by pinning it to your bun using U pins.

Messy Tiara Braid

On their wedding day, who doesn't want to feel like a real-life Disney princess? Absolutely, that's what I'd do! Also, Princess Jasmine is the only Disney princess that might pass for a bride from India. You should expect audible gasps of admiration from your wedding guests as they take in your tiara and loose side braid.

What You Need

  • Guard against the effects of high temperatures
  • Iron for making curls, 2 inches in diameter
  • A hair tie
  • Floral arrangement
  • Tiara
  • Curling pins
  • Spray for light hold on hair

How To Style

  • Apply a heat protectant to your newly washed and dried hair.
  • Curl your entire head of hair by picking up and twisting 2-inch portions.
  • Make a side part in your hair.
  • Slick your hair back and over one shoulder.
  • Create a loose braid and fasten it with an elastic.
  • Put some blossoms in your braid today.
  • Set your crown jewels atop your head.
  • Tuck back any stray strands of hair with a pin.
  • Apply a small amount of flexible hold hairspray to complete the look.

We endorse these Indian Juda hairstyles and hope you'll give them a try. They can be worn in many different settings and still appear put together and sophisticated. And ladies of varying ages can wear them successfully. Not only are they convenient, but they're also really comfortable. Tell us what you think of them in the comments.

Conclusion

In India, marriage is celebrated as a joyous occasion that unites two loving hearts together. You can achieve a divine bridal look in the Indian style with the help of the hairstyles that we have listed below. Examine each of these hairstyles carefully, then pick the one that appeals to your sense of style. How To Style: Side Parted Ringlet Bun - accessorised with a gold comb adorned with a stunning leaf motif. Bumped Up Curls - The bumpit at her scalp's crown has taken her already stunningly beautiful ringlets to the next level.

Add texture by picking up and curling 1-inch portions of hair at a time. The conventional crimson lehenga isn't the only option for brides this season. An understated variation on your updo will let your outfit shine. This gorgeous style will have your curls cascading in lovely tendrils down your neck, drawing attention to your earrings. How to get the center-parted bun, a refined spin on the traditional doughnut bun, and a loose romantic braid.

A South Indian bride with a heavy silk saree adds extra glamour to this simple twisted braid style. Make sure to tame any unruliness by applying smoothing serum liberally on your comb before styling it. Every Indian wedding must include a garland of jasmine flowers in the bride's hair. This updated take on the traditional gajra employs a small bunch of flowers to adorn a standard low bun. A festive air has been infused into this complex high updo with the addition of floral accessories.

Content Summary: 

  • If you want your bridal ceremony to be lavish and one of a kind, then looking at Indian wedding hairstyles is something you should do.
  • In India, marriage is celebrated as a joyous occasion that brings two loving hearts together and, according to the Vedas, also unites their souls.
  • You will be able to produce a divine bridal look in the Indian style with the help of the hairstyles that we have listed in our list.
  • Examine each one carefully, then pick the one that appeals to your sense of style.
  • When it comes to the hairstyles that are appropriate for a traditional Indian wedding, you can't go wrong with a sleek and classic bun.
  • Because it will keep your hair precisely in place, this sophisticated doughnut bun style is ideal for wearing beneath a ghungat.
  • You can wear it with or without the head covering.
  • Put the rest of your hair in a ponytail a few inches above the nape of the neck, and comb it back with a fine-toothed comb.
  • A hair doughnut is where you put the tip of your ponytail.
  • To create a doughnut ponytail, begin wrapping your hair around the doughnut and rolling it up the length of your hair.
  • Apply some extra-strong hairspray to the ends to keep the style in place.
  • In the months leading up to the big day, flowery patterns may be found everywhere.
  • This naturalistic take on elegance is achieved by accessorising a ringlet bun with a gold comb adorned with a stunning leaf motif.
  • Guard against the effects of high temperatures Hair straightener Curling iron, 3/4 inch A hair tie Mist for Adding Texture Curling pins Exquisite hair comb Hairspray with a lot of hold . After washing and drying your hair, use a brush to remove any tangles or knots you may have missed.
  • Use a heat protectant on your hair before you style it.
  • Start by straightening and separating the front half of your hair.
  • Put your hair into a ponytail at shoulder height.
  • The entire ponytail can be curled by picking up and curling 1-inch portions of hair at a time.
  • Apply texturizing spray liberally throughout your curls.
  • Take one of the curls from the end of your hair, wrap it into a ringlet, and secure it with a hair pin at the base of your ponytail.
  • Roll and secure all of your ponytail's hair by repeating the previous step.
  • Make a side part in the front of your hair that you have previously avoided.
  • Sweep the hair on the opposite side of your part back and secure it with a pin over your bun.
  • Then, on one side of your bun, insert your fancy comb.
  • Apply liberal amounts of hairspray to secure the ringlet bun.
  • It's astonishing how even the most simple hairdo can look completely different after being bumped.
  • The bumpit at her scalp's crown has taken her already stunningly beautiful ringlets to the next level.
  • The conventional crimson lehenga isn't the only option for brides.
  • This chic updo will look great with your choice of neutral colours this season.
  • An understated variation on your updo will let your designer outfit shine.
  • Guard against the effects of high temperatures Hair straightener A hair tie Curling pins Hairspray with a lot of hold How To Style Apply a heat protectant to your freshly washed and dried hair.
  • Pull out and straighten your hair in 2-inch chunks.
  • The entire back of your hair should be pulled into a low side ponytail, while the front pieces are left loose.
  • Select a 2-inch piece of hair from the base of your ponytail, and then roll it into a loose bun.
  • Put a divider through the front of your hair on one side.
  • Grasp a 2-inch swath of hair from the side of the split that has more hair.
  • Separate the hair into two pieces, and begin a French twist, gradually adding more hair with each turn.
  • When you're out of hair for a French twist, just twist what you have left over a few times, then lay it across the top of your bun and secure it with a pin on the opposite side.
  • Use a high-hold hairspray to keep your style in place and complete your look.
  • If so, I can think of no other hairstyle that would complement your features as well as this stunning updo.
  • This gorgeous style will have your curls cascading in lovely tendrils down your neck, drawing attention to your earrings.
  • Guard against the effects of high temperatures Curling iron, 1 inch Donut-shaped hair U pins Curling pins Hairspray with a lot of hold. First, shield your hair from the heat by using a heat protectant.
  • Take several pieces of hair from the front and use them to frame your face.
  • Apply hairspray liberally to your finished updo.
  • Every bride has the same dream—to feel and look like a true princess on her wedding day.
  • Her fanciful vision is brought to life by the careful styling of her outfit, hair, and cosmetics.
  • A refined spin on the traditional doughnut bun, this extravagant version is to die for.
  • A hair tie Donut in the hair (big) U pins Curling pins Scope of very little teeth Calming serum Hairspray with a lot of hold. Use a texturising spray to give your hair some grip before you start styling it.
  • Put your hair doughnut in your ponytail's base.
  • Start at the base of your ponytail and roll the hair doughnut up the length of your hair, wrapping your hair around it as you go.
  • Separate the remaining hair into smaller parts.
  • Simply pick up little sections of hair, wrap them into ringlets, and secure them with pins to the bun.
  • To add height and fullness to your front hair, run the tail of your fine-toothed comb under the middle part.
  • Apply smoothing serum liberally on your comb and then run it through your front hair to tame any unruliness.
  • Finally, spray the style with hairspray to keep it in place.
  • Loose Romantic Braid Girl, if the notion of curling irons and hairsprays makes you want to run away, I've got your back.
  • This easy twisted braid style is stunning on its own, but it looks even more stunning when worn by a South Indian bride with a heavy silk saree.
  • A hair tie Don't worry, be happy; maang teeka
  • Apply a texturising spray to your entire head of hair.
  • Make a side part in your hair.
  • Throw your hair to one side and over one shoulder.
  • Take a large section of hair from the top, near the parting, and separate it in half.
  • Do this on the side of your parting where there is more hair.
  • Using your fingers, French twist these pieces by interlacing them with one another, and then add more hair from the side of your forehead to the twisted braid.
  • If you want a softer, more romantic look, loosen your braid.
  • A maang teeka will complete your outfit.
  • Every Indian wedding must include a gajra (a garland of jasmine flowers) in the bride's hair.
  • The wedding attire is not complete without a jasmine hair accessory.
  • This updated take on the traditional gajra employs a small bunch of flowers to adorn a standard low bun.
  • Scope of very little teeth Calming serum Bands that hold hair back Curling pins Jewish web Floral arrangement. To remove tangles and knots from your hair, use a brush.
  • Use a serum that tames frizz and smoothes the hair from root to tip.
  • Backcomb all of your hair with a fine-toothed comb.
  • Place a ponytail at the base of your neck and tie it off.
  • Take your ponytail, twist and roll it into a bun, then use bobby pins to keep it in place.
  • Wrap the bun in the Juda nett.
  • Pin a little bouquet of freshly picked flowers on the top of your bun.
  • To complete your bun, spray it all over with hairspray.
  • Here's an option to try if you're allergic to flowers or just don't care for them.

Frequently Asked Questions About Indian Wedding

Hairstyles for Indian Wedding Guests: For Open Hair

  • Natural Waves for an Elegant Look. 
  • Side-Swept Tresses. 
  • Luscious Curls with a Maang tikka. 
  • Waterfall Braids for a Half up Half Down Hairstyle. 
  • Crown Braids with Glamorous Curls. 
  • A Simple yet Elegant Blow Dry. 
  • Play Around With Side Braids. 
  • Classic bun With Fresh Flowers.

Traditional Twist

For the most traditional Indian brides, a thick braid with jasmine woven through it is the look that never fails.

Black is another colour best avoided at an official ceremony as it is considered very inauspicious in India. Although many like this colour for its sensual appeal, it will also make you stick out in a crowd that is dressed in vibrant festive colours, which won't help you to blend with other guests.

Just like you wouldn't wear white to a Western Wedding, at an Indian Wedding, you should avoid wearing the colours black and white. These colours are disrespectful since they are common when attending a funeral. Also, it's polite to avoid wearing shades of red because the bride typically wears red.

As a guest at an Indian wedding, you are encouraged to wear bright and colourful clothes. Vibrant blue, mint green, orange, and bright pink are good choices of colours. The only colour you should avoid is red since the bride will wear red at one of the main events.

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