Flaunting Trendy Hairstyle with Sarees

Ask an Indian woman what her favourite outfit is for social occasions. Promptly she will say a saree. Chiffon, Kanjeevaram, Cotton Tussar, or Mysore Silk, a Traditional  Saree is for keeps. Ever thought about hairstyles for sarees? Whichever saree you wear you have to have the right complementing hairstyle so that both gel well with each other.

Just like sarees vary depending on the occasion they are worn for, so does the hairstyle. Today, there is a hairstyle for Traditional Sarees and Partywear Sarees too. Likewise there is a saree for long hair, wavy hair, hair with side parting and hairbun. Hairstyles have truly evolved as much as the sarees. Let’s check out the range of hairstyles that will make you look super sensational when dressed in a saree.

Classic Bun

Simple and trendy, the classic bun Indian hairstyle looks perfect with sarees. It also brings grace to your personality. Choose between a high bun, loose bun or one-sided bun. Add a garland of flowers to dress up the bun hairstyle. Or wear crystal brooches and hair combs to bring an air of party charm.

Volumised Back Bun

Such a simple hairstyle it is that all you need is some amount of padding at the back. Deepika Padukone looks gorgeous in Kerala Style Saree with this back bun that goes for regular wear and parties too. In fact, this kind of hairstyle would look nice when teamed up with half saree for traditional functions and get-togethers.

Straight Hairstyle   

We know PC rocks not only in Indian but International shores. But her straight and sleek looking hairstyle shown in the image paints a new image of hers. Of a diva who can even carry straight looks with tremendous ease.

Wavy Hairstyle   

Talk of adding volumes to a normal hairstyle and this wavy hairstyle pattern worn by Tamannaah Bhatia fits the bill. The hairdo is neatly done up and accessories such as a choker on the neck and ear studs would accentuate the beauty all the more.

Half Wavy Half Parted

When you are wearing a saree which is heavy in workmanship, modern but not extremely traditional, then half wavy half parted hairstyle is for you. It will give you a great look for parties and bridal occasions. So much so that you can put a maang tikka in your hair parting and curl up your hair towards the end with a round brush, heat and then brush your hair out to give it a wavy and sexy volume.

Fringed Side Swept Hair 

Whoever said a fringe hair cut is only to be teamed with western wear? Try out this fringed hair style with side swept hair and you would know how elegant this hairstyle looks with a saree.

Soft Curly Hairstyle

The biggest advantage of having long hair is that you can curl them up to the occasion. Do a mid parting of your well-groomed hair the bouffant way and then curl up your hair ends with a heater and roller to look every bit an Indian girl with contemporary taste.

Party Beehive Back Hairstyle

If you want to look absolutely oomph in the traditional long hair, then party beehive back hairstyle is the one to go for. It’s a high teased back hairstyle which can be set with sprays and padding. If you want to further increase the volume and make it look like a beehive, then you can opt for clip in false extensions.

Back Brushed Volumized Hairstyle  

Now this particular hairdo goes to show how neatness and less of frills still make you look gorgeous. Madhuri Dixit style of thickened and volumised hair goes well when the saree is of heavy zari work. In fact, the back brushed hairstyle can also be worn with lehngas and light wear in parties and traditional occasions.

Tell us which of these mod hairstyles you would like to wear with your exquisite saree the next time.

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