Top 14 Latest Indian Hairstyles 2015

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Globalization has made way to fusion and fusion in turn has bestowed us an opportunity to practice every culture in your own style where the integrity of your culture is intact and however still mixing with different values, forming a rather brand new outlook. It all started with gowns and curls coming from the western side while here long tresses silky and flowing paired with a sari was the common norm. Even now, as we embrace the new culture, our old friends still believe in preserving it in its pure form.

However, with culture and lifestyle, the world has undergone a series of changes, preferably the noticeable one being the outlook. With changing clothes and style, hairstyles that were once distinguished by cultures were made into one. India supporting a rich cultural diversity never really had a problem in embracing all its sisters thereby the latest range of Indian hairstyles being a mould of something old, something new and something borrowed.

1. The Top Pin Up:

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The front bump is a classic Indian look that has been formulated over the years. The only difference of this with the westerners is the size and puffiness of the bump which is considerably bigger and healthier over here. The front bump then gives way to a large number of other hairstyles, maybe the bun or the ponytail or simply just free flowing hair.

2. The Ponytail Variation:

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Peaking into the look book of Kim K, this hairstyle is inspired by one of her ponytails where once again the leading hairdo is the front bump which can be achieved by teasing or using a bump-it underneath. Once secure, hair from the side is pinned to place and draped over the back pony which takes up the rest of the hair.

3. The Messy Bun:

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Messy buns are simply a ritualistic look that every busy woman has once or twice in their life embraced. The best way to a messy bun is to simply not care about the lonely locks or the stubborn layers of your hair. The tip is to keep the entire bun loose so that the locks and the layers can add up to its volume and personality.

4. The Rolled Updo:

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For this hair, section out the hair into three parts, the upper one individually coiled and pinned to place shaping them like roses. For the other part simply twist the hair from the underneath and tie it to place just above the loose last layer. This hairstyle can be a hit on any of the wedding nights, be it yours or your relatives. A subtle pin or a fancy band can help accentuate the look.

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