Diwali is around the corner and you obviously want to look your best this festive season! Here are some DIY hairstyles for Diwali you can try out with your traditional attire and jewellery that will look good!
This braid is perfect for days when you feel like your hair is lacking some volume. Take a small section of your hair on whichever side you prefer and make two sections out of it. Pull out a smaller section from the left section and bring it over that section, joining it to the right section. You’ll be left with two sections again. Now, pull out a strand from the right section and do the same as you did to the left one. Keep doing it until you reach the tip of your hair and fasten it. You could either pin it on top of your ear or leave it loose, both look fantastic!
Getting long tresses is no big task and you don’t need an arsenal of products to perfect! Simply wash your hair at night and when it’s just slightly damp, tie it in two plaits and go to sleep. When you wake up in the morning, you can undo your plaits and marvel at the waves created overnight! Comb with your fingers and ruffle it to give it more volume and then spray with hairspray to hold the look in place.
This bun is literally as pretty as a flower! Make a centre parting and remove a small section of your hair from near your hairline. Divide it into three sections and braid normally, bringing in a new section of hair while braiding to the back of your head. Once you reach the crown of your head, stop including new strands and finish the braid. Secure it and repeat on the other side. Take one of the braids and create a circular pattern on the crown, using bobby pins to secure it in place. Take the other braid and circle it around the first one, again securing it with bobby pins. You will notice it looks like a rose at the back of your head! Pretty, isn’t it?
The best part about low ponytails is that they suit every face shape. If you have a round face, you can have flicks and tie your hair into a low ponytail. Otherwise, you can slick all your hair back and fasten it as a low ponytail. You can also cut your hair into bangs and have a low ponytail so your hair goes behind your eyes and you can put your earrings on full display.
Also read: 4 Festive Hairstyles To Try At Home
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