Kerala – the state is known as God’s own country is diverse and rich in traditions and culture. Kerala women are known to the beautiful in their own unique way; they are lovely with a traditional appearance. Kerala hairstyles for long hair is among our favourite looks, known for their everyday elegance.
Kerala Hairstyles Looks for Long Hair Women:
Here are Kerala Hairstyles for long hair and also, with their range of hairstyles, from braids to buns and Juda looks, we love how versatile and sophisticated they look on women. You, too, can try it out, and we bet you will love it as much as we do!
1. The Pinned Up Bun:
Comb the hair thoroughly and back brush it. Once the hair is smoothened out, start segmenting your hair into different strands. You can start by curling your hair too if you have a curler handy. Now take the hair’s front portion and roll it into a tight bun and secure it with a tie. The strands underneath can now be rolled individually and pinned above the bun to add volume.
2. Puffed Braid:
We have always been a fan of extravagance and portraying the same is this simply styled braid hair. Section the hair from the top and re-section it into two parts. Now your top part of the hair has two sections. Use a bouffant to bump up the hair and use the other section to drape it across the puff. Continue with a long braid and accessorize heavily.
3. The High Bun:
For this Indian bun hairstyle look, you need to scrunch or curl up your hair properly. Scrunches are typically your everyday hair curls but with a little more intensity. Now that you have curled it all the way down gather your hair and tie it in a loose bun. Make sure some strands are falling loosely to add volume.
4. The Front Puff:
This is a classic hairstyle that can be paired with both a bun and a braid. The trick is to back brush the front section of your hair. Now use lift the front of the hair, start teasing it with a hairbrush, or simply use it to add volume to the front. You can use a garland made of flowers at the end of the raised hair and continue.
5. The Side Bun:
An extremely classy bun hairstyle to opt for the side bun will get you the best of the stares on a wedding occasion. Use a flower or an embellishment to accessorize. Start by teasing the front and pinning it. Now pull the rest of the hair to your side and start rolling them into a bun.
6. The Heavy Accessories:
Always try to keep the hair fully accessorized. This is a very trendy hairstyle where the simplest of the hairstyle is incorporated with simple accessories to add a new look to it. Here the hair is tied in a braid with sparse rhythmic embellishments and a whole head of garlands.
7. The Front Roll:
This is a simple and easy hairstyle where the ending is in a braid, but the front of the hair looks mesmerizing with a middle part and the two locks rolled and pinned back.
8. The French Braid:
This classic French braid hairstyle is incorporated with some traditional flavour, hence the flower garland on the top. The braid ends up just below the hairline with the rest of the hair freely falling.
9. The Loose Braid:
This is a perfect hairstyle for lazy afternoons. The braid is done up loosely with soft loose strands of hair.
Traditional Kerala hairstyles are a mix and match of some of the greatest ornamental looks fixed with embellishments. I hope you are enjoying the given list of not so complex Kerala hairstyles that you can opt for during your traditional occasions.