- Loose bun with lehenga choli
A fabulous ides to try with lehenga or ghagra cholis is a floating bun which looks very calm and classy. A loose and low hair bun can be balanced with the brimming lines of the lehenga. You can leave some loose strands to make the look sassier. To make your look more classy or formal you can add accessories like flowers or hair jewellery.
- Front puffs
You can dazzle the crowd by puffing your hairs at the front which is a good match for a beautiful lehenga. Either a diagonal puff can be combed or straight up puff can also be done. Let your hair flow loose downwards. To increase essence, you can use the curler for out-curls instead of keeping them straight.
- Braided hair bun
There arew ample of variation to try. Buns and braids give a hipster vibes to the bride’s look. In this hairstyle the braid is separated by loose bangs and short fringe which is raised up by making a puff at the back. This style gives space to showcase the design of the choli. This variation re-creates an image of the heroines from 60s and 70s.
- Bun with middle puffs
This is a formal hairstyle which can be carried on every ethnic dress and are best suited to the formal functions like mehandi parties, sangeet functions, wedding receptions, etc.. the bun with a mid puff can be a perfect choice for your attire. Loose curls can be bunched together at the back beyond the puff. In addition to this Pearl and floral jewellery can be used to give your hairstyle a trendy touch.
- Bubble bun with hairpiece
This hairstyle can be tried for a impressive look at your engagement party or wedding. This hairstyle can be a perfect choice for golden or highlighted brownish hair. The inclusion of the bun is given by the braid which is adorned with small hairpins while the front border is middle parted and affixed to both the sides of the head making space for the maangtika
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