Traditional Indian Hairstyles for 2020

Wondering about how to style your hair during festivities? Often with your traditional attire if you wear the same hairstyles over and over again. It’s time to take your hair game up a notch and flaunt your traditional attire with some outstanding hairstyles. We have gathered some of the best traditional Indian hairstyles that you can sport in 2020. These hairstyles are easy to style and can take your outfit a level up! Read on to get set styling with the best-suited products for your hair. 

 

  1. Floral French Braid

Start by washing your hair with some of the BBLUNT Perfect Balance shampoo and Conditioner to prep your hair. Now, towel dry your hair and apply some of the BBLUNT Hot Shot Heat Protection Hair Mist on your damp hair from the mid-lengths towards the end. This will give your hair protection up to 230 degrees celsius and helps tame the frizz with fragrance. Next up, with the help of a hair straightener start straightening your hair in sections. Start braiding your hair from the back of your neck and braid your crown section of the hair into fish braids. To get that zari effect, with the help of the zari ribbon tie it across the braids. Finish off the look by spraying some of the BBLUNT Spotlight Hair Polish for Instant Shine and pull off a few strands of your hair to give it a messier appeal.

 

 

  1. Diffused Curls

Now, this is something you want to try for the upcoming wedding. Sport this hairstyle with your saree along with a small garland of flowers. From top ponytail, pick up a 1-inch section of hair, roll it into a ringlet, and secure it onto the hair doughnut using bobby pins. Start by applying some of the BBLUNT Intense Moisture Serum on your hair from the mid-lengths of your hair to the tips. Blow-dry your hair with the help of a round brush to get a relatively straight and blow out hair. Spray some of the BBLUNT Blown Away Volumizing Spray this will help your hair get a blow-dried effect instantly. Divide your hair from ear to ear into two sections and separate them with the help of elastics and tie two ponytails on top of each other. Repeat this process until all the hair from both the ponytails has been rolled and pinned up to the doughnut in a manner that covers and hides the doughnut completely. Use loads of strong hold hairspray to ensure the rolled-up ringlets do not unravel. Finish off by wrapping the small flower garlands around the perimeter of your updo and securing it in place with the help of bobby pins.

 

 

  1. Windswept Waves

 

The easiest of the hairstyles to crack when on a time crunch and going for a wedding. Windswept waves hairstyle is something that can go along with all types of Indian attire as well. Start by washing your hair and make sure it is towel-dried before you start styling it. Create a side part on the far right and begin curling your hair to the left of the part. Now, wrap a section of your hair under and around the barrel of a 1.5 inch curling iron. This technique helps to curl your hair away from your face. Once you have curled up one section of your hair start wrapping your hair alternatively across. Switching it up gives your hair more natural and continues wavy effect. Now, lightly brush your hair with a paddle brush. Finish off the hairstyle by spraying some of the BBLUNT Spotlight Hair Polish for Instant Shine.

 

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