15 Gorgeous Hairdos For The New-Age Indian Bride To Try This Fall And Winter

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Your wedding is just round the corner and right from the clothes to shoes, makeup to hair, you want everything to be perfect! And, why not? This is your big day and you don’t want an inch of it to be messed up. Since you have already finished your shopping, we want you to sit back with a cup of coffee and read this post. We are going to show you twenty super cute and gorgeous hairdos for your wedding. Hoping that you are a little more adventurous than the other run of the mill brides, here are twenty looks that you could practice with your friends and see how it works. You never know which one would actually take the crown!

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If You Like Chignons And Buns

With sarees or wedding salwars, suits or lehengas or the Christian gowns, you can make an elegant appearance at your wedding with a chic chignon or a graceful bun. Not the simple boring jhuda, but one that has braids or maybe crimped touches, tongs and more to it, with plenty of hair accessories or quirky touches!

The 80s Perm Plaited Into A French Braid Tapering Into A Chignon

French Braid Hairstyle
A Clubbed Chignon
French Braid Hairstyles
The Classy Side Bun With a Chic White Hair Accessory

Best Bun Hairstyle
Chignon With A Well-Embellished Front Braid And A Singular Flower

Messy Chignon

For most brides, it is the hairstyle that takes the cake apart from the eye makeup. While wanting to keep it stylish and traditional by not toeing the lines, most brides would still want to have a very elegant touch and sassy hairdo for their D-Day look. This is why chignons and buns make for the best hairstyle to have at the wedding. They are easy to manage as well, especially with so many pre-wedding and wedding rituals to perform. The hair doesn’t fall in front of the face and yet the look remains for a very long time ensuring that your hairstyle remains hassle-free throughout the rituals.

A Messy Chignon Bun

Messy Chignon Bun

Rose Buns For The Reception

Rose Bun Hair

Greek Front Braids With Bouffant Raised Bun And Tail Curls

Bouffant Bun Hairstyle

If You Want A Flowing Hairstyle At Your Wedding

Brides need to look their best at their weddings, and sometimes they fail simply because the hair dresser didn’t understand the velocity of the look required for the wedding reception. This is why it is important to sit and talk with the hairstylist about the kind of look you want to have for the reception or at the mandap. Also, keep in mind the odhni, the chunni or the veil you would be wearing on the head, which can be weighty, and that is why the hairdo done should be strong enough to hold onto the fabric. Take a look at some of the gorgeous hairdos that you can opt for.

Long Curled Bridal Hair

Wedding Hairstyles for Long Hair
Wavy Faux Bob Messy Hair With Flowers

Messy Faux Bob Haircut
Boho Style Loose Natural Looking Wavy Locks

Boho Hairstyles Ideas
Tong Curls All The Way

Half up half down for Curly Hair
Side Part Long Curled Down Bridal Hair

Bridal Hair
Vintage Bouffant Flowy Waves

Vintage Bouffant Flowy Waves
Half-Up, Half-Down Hairdo With Side-Swept Locks

Half-Down Hairdo
Bridal Flower Hairdo

Bridal Flower Hairdo

Do write in and let us know your thoughts on the various gorgeous bridal hairstyles and hairdo ideas, and which ones caught your fancy the most. Always check with your makeup artist to know if they can manage such unique and sassy hairdos or not, and check with the portfolios they have worked on in the past as well. You don’t want last minute changes happening, which is exactly why you should get a pre-bridal booking or a demo done on the same lines.

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