A different year, a different you, but the same old excuse to dress up – Diwali! You’ve got your wardrobe all set, and the accessories ready, but more often than not, it’s your hair that lets you down. This Diwali, let your hair do all the talking. With just a few easy-to-do makeovers, your hair can weave some magic around your wardrobe, and breath into it a new life. Since every festival has a different feel to it, there’s no reason why your look should stay the same. Here are a few tricks of the trade:
1) Up your braid game:
A fishtail braid is the best way to infuse a little-bit of stylish with a little-bit of laidback. Versatile, and extremely easy to do, it looks good with almost anything. To get the best out of it, pair it up with a colourful Aztec kurta with slim jeans, and a silver bracelet on the go. Get some cool sneakers too, and sass up your festive season.
2) Get knotty
It’s amazing what wonders a knot can work for your hair. It can give you that polished and organized look, and yet make you feel relaxed. Get your gold watch out for this one, and couple it with a gown. Your chandbaalis would also bring out the best of this hairstyle, when paired with a lehenga and a crop top.
Bring out the exuberant-you this Diwali by giving your hair a ‘twist’. With a mop of curly hair, you can’t help but bring some extra energy and vibrancy along with you. No wonder everyone has a soft spot for some curls! Get the best out of them with a choker necklace, and a plain long-sleeved t-shirt. If it gets a bit chilly, any blazer will complement the look. Don’t forget some wedges or closed heels to go along.
What do you think about when you hear the words wavy hair? A sea of ringlets that is envy of every woman in the room. Give them respect they deserve by pairing it with a traditional saree, and some pretty little earrings. Add a chunky clutch, and a ring, and you’re ready to dazzle your guests.
Get all sassy with a glossy look for your hair this Diwali. The incandescent look that it brings seem so appropriate for the festival of lights. A few minutes of flat-ironing should help you get the effect. Complement it with a Anarkali suit, and toss in some hoop earrings and a choker to complete the traditional look
The best part about doing all these hair makeovers is that it takes absolutely no time to get them done. Get yourself a different look, without the cost of fancy salons coming in between. After all, life is too short to have boring hair. Go ahead and have a Happy Diwali.