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16 Must Try Indian Hairstyles in 2017 for Girls

Top Hairstyles For Indian Girls

Across the world, Indian women have been known to be some of the most beautiful women in the world. Everything from the texture of their hair, to the smoothness of their hair, has gained notoriety in practically every spectrum of the world.

While Indian girls have been known for their beauty, many Indian women have often struggled with finding hair styles that will not only fit their personalities but will give them a change in their hair routines. Below are a few hairstyles for Indian girls looking for a change.

  • Difused Curls
Difused Curls

While every woman no matter what her ethnicity is would love to have perfectly straight hair, it’s also okay to embrace your curls in all their glory. In order to get these diffused curls, it’s best to use a hair defuser that can easily be attached to your blow dryer.

  • Ringlet Bun With Gajra
Ringlet Bun With Gajra

This ringlet bun with Gajras is a beautiful look especially for a traditional indian women. The Garjas have often been used by Indian women for more intricate hairstyles and are the perfect accessory to any formal occasion hair style.

  • Elegant Twisted Bun
Elegant-Rope-Twisted-Pinwheel-Bun

This twisted bun is just another hairstyle that is perfect for formal events. It can also been used when you just want to switch it up a bit in the office or if you’re attending an event such as a wedding. All you need is a ton of hairspray, bobby pins and a hair tie.

  • Pinned Back Twisted Ropes
Pinned Back Twisted Ropes

This pinned back twisted ropes look makes your hair create the illusion of a rope. This hair style paired with a cute summer look is an instant hit for the youngest indian girl to the oldest.

  • Bumped Up Curls
Bumped Up Curls

Bumped Up Curls is the style you have been looking for especially when you’re tired of wearing the same boring curls every day. The best thing about curls is that you can wear them in a variety of styles, and bumping up the curls is a great way to spruce up those curls to give you the perfect formal or informal hairstyle.

  • Vertical Low Bun

The Vertical Low Bun especially when you add a mango teekaadds an extra shine and bling to your updo. One of the most popular reasons why the vertical low bun has gained so much attention in the Indian community,  thanks to mega reality star Kim Kardashian. It is a look that is well suited for all women no matter what your background is.

  • Curled Edges

Believe it or not you don’t always have time to give yourself a full head of curls and because of this sometimes you need to style your hair quickly and on the go. A quick way to style your hair is to simply curl your edges. Curling your edges will give your hair an extra spruce quickly while you’re on the go.

  • French Braid

The french braid has become a popular hair trend across various cultures. In fact, the french braid is actually a go to for many women when they are struggling with bad hair days or even on rainy days.

  • Royal Curls

Most Indian women are known for long hair so if you are an indian girl with medium length hair, you will be happy to know that there’s hope for you and your usually boring and medium hair. The royal curls are much like the typical curls you can obtain with a curling iron or flat iron but you simply add a royal touch by placing a band and necklace around your head and you’ll instantly begin to feel like the queen that is lying inside of you.

  • Messy Ponytail

Again, if you’re on the run this messy ponytail is a cute look for a woman who’s looking for a fun night on the town or just for a rebellious look. In order to obtain this messy but neat ponytail is hair jail, a hair tie and sea salt spray.

  • Daisy Braid
Daisy Braid

This cute daisy braid is perfect for a day out with your friends and also cute for just a day out at the park. The twisted daisy braid is great in helping keeping your hair out of your face and also gives you the cute and innocent look. If you really want to make the daisy braid stand out, add in some daisy’s and you have a great hairdo perfect for the spring or summer.

  • Messy Pulled Back Curls

I know you don’t really want to put in a lot of effort in some pre-wedding functions because you want to save all your dressing up efforts for the big day. This look is perfect for one of those functions. It just involves pulling some curls away from your face and pinning them back.

  • Accessorized Fish Tail Braid

Believe it or not, sometimes a regular braid can make your hair look extremely boring. If you want to spruce up that boring hair, try giving your hair some volume. You can easily add some accessories and bank and instantly you have not only a fish tail braid but you have a braid that looks more appealing and less like a boring soccer mom.

  • French Braided Half Bun

If you love the french braid just as much as we do then you will love this french braided half bun. This half braided french bun consists of taking the french braided and putting it into a bun.

  • Half Bun/Half Braid
Half BunHalf Braid

Here is a great way to combine two hairstyles into one. This beautiful half bun provides a beautiful sweep to your hair with he braid jumping down. Add a few flowers to your hair and it’s perfect for an out door wedding.

  • Pearls Entwined Braid

If you’re trying to find the best hairstyle for Indian women, specifically Indian women who are looking for the best bridal hair styles, then you will love this entwined braid with pearls added into the mix.

Have a cute hairstyle that’s not on this list? Leave your comments in the section below.

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  1. Thanks so much for sharing these awesome Indian Hairstyles. Like this post and I wanna thank you.

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