4 Super Easy UpDos To Try This Diwali
Diwali is all about decking up to the nines, but there’s a lot of work to be done as well. So how does one strike a balance between looking pretty without the hassle of your hair getting in the way? Updos, simple! We’ve come a long way from tight and unflattering buns, ladies Trending hairstyles these days are soft, romantic and flattering on every face shape. Since I spend the better part of my waking hours online, I decided to pick some no-fuss, supremely easy updos for you to try for the festive season, no matter how pressed for time you are. Go ahead and master these over the weekend, girls!
1. Twisted Updo
Remember how I told you that twists are the easiest way to style your hair? Naturally, the first video I picked features twists. You literally need 5 minutes to put this style together. And that’s not even the best part. If you have frizzy hair, you’re going to love it. Why? This style demands it. In fact, the frizzier your hair, the better!
2. Messy Updo For Short & Mid-Length Hair
Diwali means visiting homes, entertaining guests, taking care of a zillion arrangements, AND looking your fabulous best. No matter what your hair texture, this updo is bound to look killer. My advice for those who have flat, limp hair but no time to curl it: Build volume by bend your head down and flip your hair back up like a Bollywood actress! This will create sufficient lift.
3. Elegant Updo For Long Hair
Have little time on your hands but can’t be bothered with an intricate style? This updo is the answer to your prayers. You will need minimal skills to gather your hair roughly into a messy bun; as for those intricate-looking twists — just watch the video. You can thank me later!
4. The Va-va-voom Updo
You know how we’ve been crushing hard over Sonam Kapoor’s hair recently? I’ve now found the perfect tutorial for you that apes one of her harder-to-do looks. Don’t be fooled by how intricate it looks here. I had a shut-up-and-take-my-money moment after I watched this video, and I bet you will too. IMO, this works best on 2 or 3-day old hair, and curling it beforehand is purely optional. This style could work even on limp, flat hair.