Festive Hair Dos To Glam Up Your Look
It's the most wonderful time of the year...festival season! With numerous festivals just around the corner and new festival dropping every week, we're buzzing with excitement for a festival-filled year. Of course, while Indian festivals are first and foremost about the traditional looks, there's a certain expectation that goes into planning the perfect outfits and hairstyles for the weekend. Are you looking forward to some crazy festivals this year? We're here to help you choose the perfect festival hairstyle. Remember, festivals are the perfect time to experiment with hairstyles that wouldn't necessarily function in the real world, so feel free to go crazy and try something new.
- Double Dutch Braids
Yes, double Dutch braids are still a thing, and just as trendy as ever. This braided hairstyle is perfect for music festivals because not only is it functional, staying put while you dance during hot, dry, and dusty conditions, it looks stylish can even be created in a triple, or quadruple variation if you're feeling daring. You can opt for BBLUNT Back To Life Dry Shampoo For Instant Freshness In Classic before creating this look to give your hair a refreshed look. Also, here's a little hair hack: if you sleep with the braids in, you'll have beautiful, heatless boho waves in the morning...perfect for the next day of the festival.
2. Bohemian Textured Waves
You can't really go wrong with beautiful, bohemian-inspired waves that are just the right amount of messy. Boho waves give off that cool, effortless "I woke up like this" vibe while looking put together, as above. Boho waves are pretty much essential for festivals like Coachella, where everyone looks like they just time traveled from the 60s. To create this look, curl your hair in piece sections, and scrunch the curls as they cool to ensure that they don't set too neatly. Boho waves look best when full and long, so we recommend to add hair extensions for instant length and volume you can choose from it is a must-have in every girl’s wardrobe! Elevate your hair to another level by adding instant volume & length.
3. Fish Tail Braids
The fishtail braid is very popular among celebs from Nicole Scherzinger to Kriti Sanon to Janhvi Kapoor and makes a wonderful option for you as far as Diwali festive hairstyles go. The fishtail is a little difficult to master and you could save yourself some trouble by roping in a friend to do it. However, you could do it yourself too with these steps. To achieve this look, start by applying some of them on the mid-lengths of your hair to moisturize them. Now, divide your hair into two sections. Take a thin strand from the underside of the left section. Pull it across the center to the right section and pull it tight.
Repeat the process with the right section. Take a thin strand and pull it across to the left section and tuck it in. Keep doing this with alternating sides, tightening the braid as you go. When you reach the end, fasten with an elastic band. Finish off the look, with some of the BBLUNT Spotlight Hair Polish for Instant Shine
4. The Mang Tika Look
A beautiful ornament, maang tika on your head can uplift your ethnic outfit completely. While the traditional way to wear one is to place it in a neat middle parting with a bun, braid or ponytail, Aliaa Bhatt shows us that it can make a festive hairstyle statement in a messy do as well. This look works well if you have loose, beachy curls. To get this look, spray some of the BBLUNT Full On Volume Volumizing spray on your hair to give it a naturally voluminous look. Now, make a middle parting and gather your waves back into a pony or secure at the back with hairpins. Make sure that the hair is not tightly pulled away from the face. Place your maang tika in the middle part and your understated ethnic festive hairstyle is ready.
Do you love traditional hairdos as much as we do? Check out Hairstyles To Sport With Traditional Dresses