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How To Make Indian Hairstyle

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To spice up your everyday look, a little change is always very welcoming. We have all been there after the break ups dying our hair a lighter shade of brown and finally signing up for the gym after a long haul. While all these are somewhat of a permanent change, for a quick fix up one can always subject to a variety of different hairstyles, maybe to impress the boy at the back of the class or simply to get over one. India is known for its rich diversity and thus who better understands change than India herself? Taking a cue from some of the best Indian hairdos, here is a list of how to make them.

The Front Bump:

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The best way to go about with free flowing hair is to back brush a section of it, preferably from the middle and pin it at the back of your head. To start off, section the hair starting from either side of your eyebrow. To create the slight puffs use some teasing at the back.

The High Top Knot:

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This is the best summer updo where you sleekly back brush your hair to the middle of your head in the form of a pony and then using your other hand as a roller, roll the hair into a high knot. Use hair ties and bobby pins to hold it in place.

The Side Pin Up:

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To start off, the side pin up needs tenacity and time but at the end of the day, it is worthy a hairstyle. Prior to this, try your hand at subtle hair curling and then roll individual strands of hair into coils and then pin it at the back of your head, one layer underneath the other.

The French Roll Twist:

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Teasing the hair in the mid section pin the puff at the back. Leaving the front locks free, use a hair tie stick to create a French roll just above the nape of your neck. Now take the locks from the front and crossing them across the bun pin them to their opposite sides.

See More: Indian Hairstyle For Thin Hair

The Side Messed Bun:

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The side bun is the most easy fix for a trend setter. During the heavy office hours sport this messy hair look. Usually a head with a lot of layers will be apt for this hairstyle. Section the longer locks out from the shorter ones and then tie it in a side braid. Now wrap the smaller locks around the side bun to give volume to this look.

The Wrap-Ins:

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This is yet another easy hairstyle where you start by sectioning your hair into three segments and make a pony with the middle one. Make sure it is a low hanging pony. With an underneath layer from the pony, hide the hair tie. Now use the side segments one at a time and wrap it around the pony eventually pinning it to place.

See More: Indian Hair Updo

The Braid Bun:

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Braids and buns form the two basic compartments of hair styling in the Indian hairdo section and therefore we here have used the best of the both to create this look. Simply start by braiding your pony and then wrapping it in a bun.

The Side Braid Rose:

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Bring your hair all the way to the side and start braiding the front layers of your hair into a soft side braid eventually finishing the braid by making the rest of the hair into a rose bun. To get this look simply coil the hair and pin it to place.

See More: North Indian Hair Styles

The Back Pin Up:

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The pony at the back of your head can be pinned individually to the top of the hair to create this wonderful look. Not only does it add a bit of a volume to your hair but also creates a definite style quotient.

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3 Comments

  1. ashimapatel

    July 23, 2015 at 1:13 pm

    Wow.. cool hair styles.. really liked all of them..two styles stole my heart away!! will surely try them.. Good Going.

  2. pallavi

    August 12, 2015 at 2:35 pm

    Fantastic read! Loved exploring all the different looks and hairstyles.

  3. srivi

    August 26, 2015 at 3:02 pm

    Beautiful hairstyles and nice article…