There are 3 bridal seasons in India. Summer, monsoons and winter are the seasons when Indian weddings take place. In between, March and April, the first summer weddings of the year start happening. So to make this wedding season all the more special for you, we have a set of hairstyles that go with lehengas.
As you already know, lehengas are the chosen bridal attire for most of the brides in India. That is why, they need special hairstyles to go with their lehenga's for their special day. Most of these are Indian hairstyles that suit lehengas. While some of these like the braid hairstyles are very traditionally Indian, there are some Indian hairstyles that are contemporary like the top knot. The top knot gives the bride a glamorous look like a beauty queen.
Hairstyles that are compatible with the lehenga are often intricate. You can choose the more elaborate hairstyles for your D day. Then other simpler Indian hairstyles can be tried for a friend's wedding or the various ceremonies associated with a big fat Indian wedding.
The top knot is essentially a glamorous hairstyle that suits a fashion model. But contemporary Indian brides are trying this hairstyle because it is very convenient. It is easy to place a pallu over your top knot.
Messy Open Hair
You cannot leave your hair open on the day of your wedding. But if you are going to a friend's wedding, you can certainly try this hot hairstyle that exudes sensuality.
Curled Side Pony
Tame your hair into soft curls and then tie a pony to your side. This will give volume to your hair make it possible for you to wear hair jewellery.
Braids are the traditional Indian hairstyles for brides. However, the new generation is ready to experiment with it. Instead of braiding the hair neatly you can try a loose and messy braid for a more natural look.
A bun is a very common hairstyle that can be innovated in many ways. You can try different types of bun hairstyles but they would all look bare without vibrant flowers.
The braided bun is an ancient bridal hairstyle but it looks fashionable. If you have really long and thick hair, you can first twist it into a bun and then braid the rest of the loose hair.
Middle Parted Beehive
Part your hair in the middle and leave some fringes loose on each side. Then puff up the rest of your hair into a high beehive. This style allows you to wear mang tikkas easily.
If you have a large forehead, this is the ideal hairstyle for you. Take a front portion of your hair and twist it to the other side and pin it. This gives you a stylish side parting and also covers your forehead.
Side Swept Hair
Side swept hair is now the ‘in' style in both Bollywood and Hollywood. There is no reason why it should not work for you with a lehenga.
Side Swept Hair Adorned With Jewellery
If you want to give a distinct Indian touch to your side swept hair, then adorn it in Mughlai style with a side tiara. This is a Persian way of dressing the bride adopted by Indians.