South Indian brides have their signature hairstyles which they never fail to follow for their weddings. Hairstyles for them are like a traditional aspect along with the kinds of attire and jewelry they are supposed to wear. The hairstyles mostly consist of buns, bouffants and braids for the bridal look. They are amazingly paired up with flowers and jewelries too. In this article, we will go through some lovely South Indian bridal hairdos. These are the ones which are traditionally followed and which gives them their authentic look.
Back-brushed hair with side braid and flowers
Back brush the entire hair. Now make a side braid. The braid will be followed in the natural style. The braid has to be done by combing the entire hair on one side. This will make it easier for the side-braid to get prominency. This is now to be accompanied by flowers all over. There floral accessory has included jasmine and marigold flowers. They brighten the look of the regular braid. The mang-tika too has been made with flowers.
Straight braid with flowers
This is yet another way to beautify your hair with flowers and jewelry. Back-brush the hair and make a neat bouffant. Don’t lift it up too much as it makes it thinner towards the top. Add the flowers and nicely pin them up. Use as much about flowers as you want, for covering the zone. Make a straight braid and add jewels in different sections. Wriggle flowers around the braids and make them look like a swirl. This will not only make you look beautiful but will make the hairstyle authentic.
Bun hairdo with sectioned front
Part your hair from the side and section out a little. These sections will be twisted and tied at the back. These twists lead to slight lifts and make the hairdo look nice. Take the rest of the hair to make a proper bun. Tie it up around the nape of the neck and don’t lift it much around the crown zone. Let the lower zone be tied with a garland stitched for your hair. This hairstyle is neat and subtle.
Frontal sectioned hair with bouffant and bun
This is another bun hairstyle which looks neat. Section your hair from the middle and then make twists at the back. Take the hair at the back and make a neat bouffant. The rest of the hair has to be used for tying a bun. Now you can add jewelry or flowers to the bun as required. The front zone of your hair can be a heavy jewelry like the hair Brosche.
Side-brushed bouffant with braid
Back brush your hair neatly and towards one side. The entire hair should be back-brushed without sectioning. The hair will have a nice lift which makes a slight bouffant. Pin it up properly and get the hair set for the braid. Take the gajra and pin it up at the back of your hair before you start the braid. Make a regular braid and let it flow down the shoulders. If the gajra has enough flowers already, you will not need to accessorize the braid like the picture below.
Side-braid with jewelry
South Indian brides are known for the amount of gold and the kind of gold they wear. The gold is not just around their body buy also on their hair! In the picture we see a very nice example of jeweled hairdo for a South Indian bride. Part your hair from the middle and add the mang-tika to see how much of it should be sectioned. Back-brush the rest of the hair and then make a puff. Pin up the hair with the gajra in this area and then make the braid. Let the braid be placed in front so that you can flaunt the jewelry better.
Middle-parted hair with braid
The bride in the picture below has definitely sectioned her hair from the middle of the chained mang-tika. Well, the hairstyle just looks fabulous with all the tiny beads around and then followed by the flowers and the braid. Part your hair from the middle and make a simple braid at the back. The basic hairstyle is casual, but is made exuberant with the accessories. The flowers at the crown zone make it look adds the authenticity while the mang-tika gives quite an unusual look.
Back-brushed hair with curls
This hairstyle is unusual, but gives the bride a different look than all the traditional ones. Her hair has been sectioned in three. The middle portion has the maximum volume and has been back-brushed. The other two sections fall from both the sides. They have been curled half-down. The curls have been done in twists and they gracefully fall down from both the sides of the shoulders. There is a mang-tika in the middle, and the chain has been hidden beneath the thickness of the front zone.
Back-brushed hair with swirled bun
This is quite an interesting hairstyle which proves us that the South Indian brides are looking for more variations of the traditional look. The length of the hair is long and has been reversed half way up to make it look half of the length of what it actually is. Now the hair has been pinned up properly at the back and it turns out to be a nice, loose and long hair bun! The hair has been back-brushed from one side without any sectioning. This can be added with jewelries but not heavy flowers which block the look.
Side-swept front sectioned with bun
A healthy portion of the bride’s hair from the front has been sectioned for side sweeping. This lets the thinner section get pinned up or neatly kept behinds the ears. Just take a tiny section to let the locks come out. Back-brush the rest of the hair at the back, and make a nice bouffant hairdo. The hair doesn’t have to have a huge lift though. Finally tied a neat and add desired flowers or jewelry.
Retro style hairdo braid for a south Indian hairstyle
In the South Indian tradition you can choose the best hairstyles with long straight hairs. Most of the people like to have a long braid tail on their wedding with beautiful flower strands. Try this retro style hairdo that can be achieved with a bouffant. You can add some volume of your hair and then couple for a beautiful look. Comb it neatly and pleat it by running along one side. Once you should have bouffant that has a place where the remaining hair need to be brushed. So on one side swept and all hair is braided as it stays on that side only. You should be long enough to look beautiful with this hair extension and decorate it with a big flower that completes the retro look.
Top Hindu bridal South Indian hairstyle
The tradition in South Indian is to decorate your long plait hairstyle with full of flowers that are patterned in a systematic manner. First tie a big bun on the back and decorate it with a hair accessory of red bead with gold and white pearl hangings. From the down of a big bun tie a long plait braid that is fully decorated with flowers. Roll a single row of golden color beads to your high bun and then roll two rows of flowers that make you look beautiful. Pin all the ends to the down of the braid. Completely tie the braid flowers with thread and tie the braid tightly with a band of flowers and cover all your hair with flowers to give a beautiful traditional look.
Unique and different hairstyle with keshapsharachana for South Indian’s
This hairstyle is unique and is followed by some people. This bride’s braided hairstyle with Keshapasharachana is braided with heavy gold ornaments. The three parts of hair are combined to form the braid. This is symbolized to the bride, her family, her in laws and family. This means the strands between the two households. This interpretation refers to a trinity of Shiva, Vishnu, and Brahma. This is considered with a respectful and chaste for the bride’s hair to be tied in a braid or bun with the wedding ceremony.