Fashion, I think revolves in circular motion. As in a circle, you come back to a certain point again and again, there are patterns that are pop up often. Old-fangled hairstyles may seem to be lost from the tradition, but it isn’t. Every now and then we are witnessing the retro hairstyles in one form or the other. Though, variations will happen with time, the underlining style remains intact. Some of the trending hairstyles are inspired from there. Bangs, puffs, curls, buns and messy braids were spotted back then by our beautiful actresses. Let’s have a look at some of these styles and take inspiration to deck up for your upcoming party.
If you are wearing a saree or lehenga and looking for long plait hairstyles, this is it. Thick french puff style at the front continued by sturdy single plait taken on the front end will make eyes turn. The hair style can be made more beautiful by decorating it with a single flower on the side. Don’t forget to wing your eyeliner.
This is a casual day hairstyle that goes well with chiffon saree, skirts and gowns. Heavy curls are done to the hair but the front is kept simple with middle partition. Adoring a bunch of flowers or single will enhance look and makes it ravishingly beautiful.
This maharani style explicitly done bun is decorated with luxuriant malli poo glittering jewels will take you to the golden era of kings and kingdoms.
Can we ever get enough of flowers? Can be go tired of their fragrance? Can we ever stop writing poetry on blossoms? This jaw dropping style is decorated with several flowers. Initially a bun is made and roses are arranged as crown all over the hair. This vibrant hair style also resembles the look of frida kahlo.
Match your outfit with a perfect flower to elevate the beauty of the outfit. Bangs on the front, single plait with single flower is classy style and is awesome for a summer evening or kitty party.
Often when wearing a saree or traditional outfit, bangs or popping hairs may not be an option for girls that want no disturbances. A braid or bun that’s completely tied with no strands peeping out looks best with middle partition and big bindi.
This is the all time and evergreen style. Simple yet elegant and doesn’t take time to dress up. Single plait loosely weaved is comfortable, beautiful and lovable. Probably, you may find this worn by your mothers and aunts in 80s and you can’t keep calm admiring their beauty in black and white photographs.
What we all tiara is not a western fad. Our princess always loved wearing crowns and papidi billas. Hair accessories in gold and glittery jewels make it glorious and is alluring.
The maharani style bun is embellished with accessories in pearls and stones. With those hair embellishments, this simple bun looks incredibly awesome.
We never saw celestial nymps and Apsarasas. However, if ever we imagined how they would look like, probably, this is how they turn out to be. With tiaras and papidi billas at the front and open hair at the back, this can be the hairstyle for your special days.