We all know the wedding fever is in full swing this winter season—and as promised, Kalyan Jewellers’ Truly Bridal has got you covered. Today I am going to tell you a bit more about their latest video on top hair trends along with Truly Bridal’s Shreya Jain.
Those were some great hairdos, let’s discuss them, shall we?
This is a great way of doing the messy bun but if you have more voluminous, heavy hair—you can also try doing a messy bun this way – Brush your hair thoroughly and tie a high ponytail using a thick, elastic hair band. Now spread your ponytail (pull out your strands gently) in such a way that it cover the band slowly resembling a doughnut. Feel free to pull your hair through the loop using your index finger. Secure it by using an elastic band, hairspray and bobby pins.
Now this is a great way of keeping your hair open yet adding some style and volume to it. The video uses backcombing but if you don’t like it—keep things simple. Divide the front part of your hair into a section you’d like to be a part of the poof. After making sure there are no tangles, take an elastic band and tie your hair. Adjust the poof depending on the features on your face (move it backward/forward) and when you find the desirable height, using a bobby pin/clip to secure it. Spray some hairspray to secure this setting completely.
If you want to stay away from a curling iron, here’s another way to do a more natural, effortless version of loose waves. While your hair is still damp apply a few drops of serum to it. Create a side parting and make at least 6 to 8 sections (depending upon the thickness of your hair). Braid each section securing the ends with a hair-tie. You can make these braids tight or loose depending on how you want your waves to be. Blow-dry your hair (on cool air setting) in a downward direction. Once your hair is dry, open your braids and say hello to these effortless and all-natural waves!
One of the first hairdos I ever learnt; it’s really easy and very chic, thanks to its intricacy. If you plait your hair regularly, you know we divide the strands in 3 sections. Here, you divide it into 2 equal sections. Now take a thin strand from the left section (innermost corner) and cross it over to the right side. Then take an equally small section of your hair from the right-hand section and cross it over to the left side. Complete the braid with as much neatness as you can and then secure it with a band. Ta Da!