This monsoon, don’t just let your hair loose, play and twirl with them to stay bouncy and happy. But most importantly, keep your hair slick by nourishing and moisturizing them quite regularly. If you don’t want dandruff and unwanted pests to nest in your hair, ditch those chemical laden shampoos and conditioners and go au natural way.
But today, we shall be showcasing a few Green Carpet inspired hairdos for you girlies. They are simple, chic and shall make you look bold and beautiful if done right. So, ready people?
Nargis Fakhri’s Corporate Ponytail Look
Shampoo and condition your hair. Once done, rinse your hair with cold water for a minute. Rinsing it with cool water adds shine and reduces frizz.
Comb your hair through and pull back as low and high you would like it to be and fix it with a rubber-band (depending on the density you can fix it as tight or lose you want). Then place a segment of hair on the rubber to hide it pin it using a bobby pin. Voila, you’re good to head for work/party or even a date!
Sonakshi Sinha’s Old School Fishtail Braid
What better way than sporting a fishtail braid this monsoon to get away with entangled hair troubles. Shampoo and condition your hair well in advance.
Divide the hair in two sections, add a segment of hair from the left to the right and the make it as tight as you can, feed a segment from the right to the left keeping the grip tight. Make sure the section is at least one inch so that you can see the definition of the braid more clearly.
Tip: If braided too tight, use your nails to pull out hair strands for a slightly softer look.
Dia Mirza’s Ballroom Messy Bun
The elegant hairstyle which gains thumbs up from us is all set to rock the monsoon and prevent your hair from getting damaged too.
Starting at the roots, back comb your hair till your reach the mid segment. Brush your hair and secure the top section in the middle or at the side depending on your face shape, to create a bouffant or leave it as a side sweep depending on your preference.
On the mid-lengths and ends, either with your fingers or a curling wand, create texture and definition depends the curl you want to achieve as tight or loose as possible. Take random sections and make a bun as you want it, low or high side or middle depending on what you like.
Athiya Shetty’s Girl-Next-Door Shock Sugar Waves
Cleanse your hair with shampoo and then condition your locks. Use two to three pumps of a volumising product to create natural waves. For better definition, you can also let your hair dry naturally post applying the product and use a curling wand from your mid lengths to ends.
If you have very straight hair, or even if you are looking for a bit more hold and definition, twist and clip it loosely till your hair absorbs the product.
In the end, hold your hair tight so that they hold the waves for longer.