Two Easy Heatless DIY Hairstyles for Indian Outfits
It’s been quite some time I did a post dedicated to hairstyles here on the blog. Today I am showing you guys two easy heatless DIY hairstyles for Indian outfits, perfect for the wedding season.
I usually prefer my hair down and don’t go for updos as hair down looks better on me, comparatively. Plus this is quicker and easier.
Now I prefer washing my hair previous night to save on time the next morning, if I have to attend an early morning function. Also this first hairstyle needs some prep the previous night.
Hairstyle 1: Natural Beachy Waves with a headband
Step 1: After washing my hair and towel drying them, I use the BBLUNT High Definition Curl Defining Leave-In Cream. Apply it from mid ears to ends and scrunch my hair well.
Step 2: After about 30-40 minutes when hair is semi dry, I tie them into two regular braids and blow dry them. Now as I mentioned heatless, you can skip this step. My hair is poker straight and I need little heat. Then just sleep with your braids 🙂
Step 3: Next day after your makeup and outfit is done, just untie the braids and you will have amazing, natural beach waves and voluminous hair. Don’t brush your hair, just run your fingers through. Add the BBLUNT B Hive Volume On Crown Clip-In Hair extensions on the top for added volume on the crown and that 70’s look.
Step 4: Add a nice, bejewelled head band and finish with the BBLUNT Spotlight Hair Polish for instant shine.
And ta-daa. You are done!
Hairstyle 2: Twisted Tale with a dash of pink
Step 1: For the 2nd hairstyle, I used the BBLUNT Climate Control Anti-Frizz Leave-In Cream on towel dried, damp hair.
Step 2: Make a middle parting and take one inch hair from the front. Twist it vertically from top to bottom, and then twist it horizontally shifting it behind.
Step 3: Secure it with bobby pins and repeat the same on the other side.
Step 4: Take a middle section from the hair left ahead towards the bottom, and spray the BBLUNT One Night Stand Temporary Hair Colour. I am using Blush Pink here, as it goes well with my outfit. There are other colours to choose from- Bronze, Copper, Blue, Green. Place a foil/paper so that the colour doesn’t spoil your clothes. Finish with the BBLUNT Spotlight Hair Polish for that added shine.
And we are done 😀 You can also add a maang tikka at the centre.
So these were the two easy and quick hairstyles for Indian outfits. I hope you try them, do share pictures tagging me, if you do.
Which hairstyle did you like more? Let me know in the comments below.