Best hairstyles for traditional sarees/sadis

Sarees make the most desirable clothing for Indian women. They not only reflect their origin but also suit them the best. For most auspicious occasions or important events, Indian women prefer to choose ethnic sarees. Over the years, the technique of weaving clothes has changed, but hand woven sarees still speak of our roots and class. They are made of high quality and are intricately designed. In this article, we will let you choose some nice hairstyles with ethnic and traditional saree designs. These are all handloom sarees from different parts of the nation. So scroll through the collection and choose the most desirable hairstyles.

Half up straight and half down curly with Banarasi Saree

Half up straight and half down curly with Banarasi Saree

Banarasi handloom sarees are extravagant and are extremely demanded during wedding seasons. These sarees are woven with intricate embroidery and zari. One of the less known facts is that, most of the sarees are inspired from Mughal patterns. We see an elegant beige saree blended with fuchsia and golden zari. The hairstyle adds all the more grace to her look. She has sectioned her hair in front and parted from one side. She has then let the sides fall in waves and had it curled up half down. The rest of the hair is back-brushed, straight half up and curled half down.

Side-parted curly bun with Tussar Silk

Tussar Silk

Tussar silk is back in trend and has increased demand like never before! They happen to be one of the most gorgeous among ethnic sarees, reason why women can never say no to one. In the picture below, we see a lovely combination of red, black and golden which can brighten up your look for any occasion. The lady’s hair has been made into a bun. She has wavy hair and she has parted it from one side. Without brushing it to the back, her hair has been brought to the nape of the neck and tied into a bun.

Middle-parted bouffant bun with Baluchari Saree

A Baluchari saree with six yard draping is West Bengal’s specialty. It is created with complex weaving methods. They have small embroidered work which makes the decoration appealing. The pallu is stitched by adorning popular folklore, royal court scenes, motifs, etc. You can see a lovely example in the picture below. For following the traditional hairstyle have your hair straightened half up and curled half down. Have it parted from the middle and just up to the mid-scalp zone. Back brush the hair thereafter and make a bouffant. Use the lower length to create a bun.

Slightly waved side-dropped hairdo with Tant saree

Slightly waved side-dropped hairdo with Tant saree

This Bengali handloom is popular for their light muslin texture and is best for summertime. It is blended with the ethereal nature of the material with exclusive silk thread work for the borders. The pallu is always elaborated with style and gives the saree an even pattern. In the picture below we see a soft and lovely saree print in red and off-white which has been paired with an easy hairdo. Have you hair nicely straightened and then the curling iron to give a wave midway through. Part the hair from the side and let it flow down from the greater side of sectioning.

Middle-parted hair bun with Kantha Sarees

Kantha Sarees

This type of saree also belongs to West Bengal. The word Kantha means easy stitching all over the surface of the saree. Weaving these sarees happens to be an appreciated forte of the eastern region. These are done over tussar silk or mulberry. These too have different prints of fishes, animals, plants, like you see in the picture below. The best to flaunt the attire is to have an easy style which doesn’t disrupt your clothing or your face. Have your hair nicely straightening and then part from the middle and right up to the crown. Make a bun and add heavy earrings matched with.

Braid with flowers with Sambhalpuri Sarees

Braid with flowers with Sambhalpuri Sarees

This amazing saree needs its fibers to be dried for 5 weeks before creation! All natural colors are used for bringing out this material. They are produced with numerous colors for suiting everyone’s preference. The color doesn’t fade for ages although the fabric could. These have conch shells, floral motifs, fishes, etc. intricately woven. To follow the hairdo, section the front zone of your scalp by parting from one side. Let the locks fall in front while the rest of the hair is brushed back to make a braid. Let the braid run down one shoulder and have is nicely wrapped with flowers.

Side parted curled hair and twist with Munga Silk6

Mungu silk sarees come from Assam. The most prominent feature of these sarees is that they have shimmering gold colors and they don’t need dyeing. The border and bodice of these are weaved with butis and motifs. They always have three dimensional effects to flaunt their specialty. To follow the lovely hairdo below, have your hair curled entirely. Part the hair from one side and then take out some hair from the front zone of the heavier section. Twist it and place it back. Have it pinned up so that you don’t have hair coming on your face. Let the thinner section flow down from the shoulder.

Side-brushed bouffant bun with Chanderi Saree

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Chanderi sarees have been woven in Madhya Pradesh traditionally. These are glossy, soft and are famous for the airy feel. They are either made with cotton or silk. They are made of graceful textures and the anchal is printed with butis. For following the hairdo in the picture below, have you hair nicely straightened. Have is brushed from the side and then make a lift on the front zone. It should create a small bouffant and be properly pinned. Use the rest of the hair to make a neat bun.

Curled and opened hair with Bandhini Saree4

Bandhani is a term which means tying and dyeing in parts of Gujarat. You can create your own silhouettes by blending colors of trendy handwoven sarees! Although it can be a tedious take, which is why buying an exclusive piece will make your closet happier. In the picture below we see a bright color saree paired with an easy hairdo. Have your hair curled in sections, to make it look absolutely curly. Part it from the middle and let it flow.

Kanjivaram Saree

Kanjivaram Saree

Kanjivaram sarees are authentically developed from Tamil Nadu. They are gorgeous and vibrant to look at. They are mostly contrasted with bold colors which make you look good in every occasion. Add minimal jewelry followed by this easy hairdo and let the saree grab most attention. Have your hair straightened with half up and curled half down. Part the hair from the middle and up to the mid-scalp. Back brush the rest of the hair and use a clip to tie it. Flaunt the curls from one side of the shoulder and let the rest fall back.

Back bun hairstyle on simple fancy saree

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Back bun hairstyles are traditional looking at the wedding. Simply have back bun on saree with curls and braids. You can try this simple radiant, beautiful look with long hair. If you want to keep your ends and split ends free hair. Maintain proper conditioning tips to follow and prevent splitting and tangling. Wash your hair and try to avoid damaging hair. You should stay away from hot water. Dry out your hair with some natural oils and use conditioner to get healthy hair. Brushing and combing your hair frequently improves blood circulation and helps to grow your hair healthy. Try to brush your hair with natural bristles by using a comb. Use wide toothed comb that results best hair comb without any pain. Simple layered top hair bun with hair accessories looks pretty on saree.

Best designer party wear saree with less embroidered silk saree

Best designer party wear saree with less embroidered silk saree

 

Silk sarees are mostly used by Indian on any occasion. Silk saree is easy to drape and gives a beautiful look with best sari fabric. So, it is incomplete with without any silk saree in your wardrobe. Wear a silk saree revered fabric that has a vast collection of Indian Salwar suits. For this saree, loose curl wavy hair looks perfect. Simply have curls and side parted with one section on the front and another section on the back. Partition with these hairstyle ideas and try to get beautiful look.

Bengali fashion style with some elegant wavy hairstyle

Bengali fashion style with some elegant wavy hairstyle

 

Bengali fashion saree draping style looks beautiful with elegant wavy hairstyle. Blouse designed with full sleeves and heavy border saree gives a gorgeous look with loose hairstyle. Hair portioned at center with small, simple curls. Right fringe gives an elegant look. Red with cream highlights the saree and simple accessories to it gives wonderful look. This type of hairstyle can be wearied on any occasion either in weeding or any party. Some part of hair is taken in front and the other is at back. This simple hairstyle looks beautiful with lowered curls. It is easy to have and don’t take much time, simple leaves your hair as wavy and curl the lower hair with front and back partitions.