Karva Chauth is around the corner and you must on whizzing around preparing for the same. From traditional outfit to make-up and shoes, you are all set. But in all the hustle we miss out on something that completes the ‘solah singaar’ of the Indian married women. Women of this millennial want to keep it simple yet absolutely traditional, so here are 5 beautiful hair accessories you can opt for this Karva Chauth.
Probably one of the most widely worn hair accessories across the country, maang tikka is adored by all. And why not, they add the right amount of bling to your traditional look. A minimal kundan and/or meenakari maang tikka will go with almost any type of traditional outfit you are planning to don this Karva Chauth.
These are absolutely hassle-free and very easy to store. Nowadays, local vendors also sell such single-flowered or more artificial hair accessories that surprisingly seem real until you actually touch them. Buy from those shops that deal with beauty salons and such. They have a better and durable stock. Also, keep an artificial red rose hair clip or hairpin handy; it goes on western gowns too.
If you want to notch up traditional look but still want to go simple, opt for one, or maximum two-chained, maatha patti. A simple pearl chain will add the right amount of traditional glam to your look.
Ornate Ambada (Hair Bun) Clips/Hairpins
Loved by women of all ages, ornate traditional ambada (hair buns) hair clips/hairpins are absolutely easy to wear. They will give your hair a touch of traditional and regal touch. Opt for the ones that match your outfit – the colour and pattern of embroidery, prints, etc.
Ear-chains are the perfect hassle-free hair-accessories one can swear by. And thanks to Sanjay Leela Bhansali and Deepika Padukone, the trend of these magnificent pieces of ear-hair jewellery are back in fashion and how! Go for the pearl ones with golden earrings and the ash-grey pearls with silver or oxidised earrings.
One of the closest things to an married Indian woman’s heart is gajra. The fragrant ensemble of fresh flowers will give you an ultimate Karva Chauth-ready look. It is a must-worn ‘accessory’ of a married woman, especially during Indian festivities because there is something about marriage, Indian women and gajra that is pleasantly heart-warming…