From flower braids to accessorized buns, here are our favorite ideas for reception hairstyles for brides and hairdos for Indian wedding guests.
Hey! The season of Indian wedding is back for this year. And you know what that means – planning for every little detail. If you are not sure about what hairstyle to choose for upcoming wedding or for your own reception, let me help you out with a whole selection of trendy and classy hairstyles.
When it comes to hairstyles, there is always a variety of choices to play with. You can try loose curls, high buns, bouffant, side braids – the options are endless. You can adorn your hair with flowers or you can even play with some colorful accessories. So let’s check out the latest hairstyle trends for the Indian wedding season.
Indian Wedding Hairstyles
Wedding & Reception Hairstyles: Buns
Buns are the classiest idea for receptions or wedding. For brides, twisted vintage buns or high buns accessorized with flowers or embellished pins are great ideas. Bouffant buns, chignons or french buns would be nice options for a friend or family member’s wedding. If you have short or medium bangs, you can also try curling or braiding them and pinning to the side or top of the head.
Wedding & Reception Hairstyles: Curls and Messy
Curls always look feminine and gorgeous, no matter what length your hair has and what style you choose. For reception and Indian weddings loose curls with back-combed poofy top would look amazing accessorized with kundan maang tikka. Loose curls combed to one side and center-parted with twisted curls are also trendy this year.
Wedding & Reception Hairstyles: Braids
Whether it is a plain side braid or a messy fish-tail braid, any Indian woman can pull it off! The best way to do a side braid is to loosen it out for a more voluminous look. For reception or wedding, don’t be afraid to go overboard with pearls, chic gold accessories or flowers.
Hope you liked these reception hairstyles & up-dos! Which hairstyle would you pick for the Indian wedding this season? Comment below! Lemme know!