Lehenga choli is a traditional clothing material worn by Indian women. They are popular in most parts of the country and are also followed in places where they haven’t been worn originals. They also have different names addressed to, in different regions and all of this brings out the perks of our culture. In this article, we will go through some lovely lehenga choli designs along with hairstyle ideas which you can follow with them. These are a little different than the regular styles we follow, so hopefully they’ll act as some nice tips for the next wedding you attend.
Side parted messy waves
Messy waves are natural curls which happen to us every morning when we get up from bed! Well, these have now been incorporated and made to look stylish. Messy waves and curls are quite common as they look sexy and stylish. In the hairstyle below, we see messy waves which have been styled in a regular manner. Use a curling iron to do up your hair and then part it from one side. Take the front section of the thinner division and make a twist. Pin the twist properly and add a slight lift. Let the thicker division fall in front.
Back-brushed bun with accessory
You might have seen the regular mang tikas and chains for hair accessories, and you might have also noticed real flowers being used with traditional wear. Well this is something different from both the options we just mentioned. This hairstyle has a different hair accessory which looks a big brosche for the hair! Straighten the hair properly and brush it back. Make a neat knot and add some unusual accessories to make your style look unique.
Messy bun updo
Who would think that a stylish beige and pink lehenga choli can be paired up wit such a different hairdo? This hair beats all types of top knots with its uniqueness! You have to be bold enough to carry it for an event and walk away gracefully. This is a messy bun which has been created with messy waved. The bun has been tied over the crown zone. You will definitely need a hairstylist to help you out with this look. The hairstyle has a regular bouffant which has been topped with messy layers above.
Although the picture might make you think it is like a regular curly hairdo, this isn’t! The girl’s hair has been parted from the middle. One side has been straightened for 1/4th of it while the rest of it goes all curly! The straightened part has been locked behind the ears and then rest of the hair falls down from both sides of the shoulder. The choli has a beautiful cut because it extends like a kurti while the middle makes it look like a crop top. The lehenga too is equally stylish and bright.
Middle part with side bun
You just can’t stop ogling at the lehenga – beautiful would be an understatement! Have your hair nicely straightened if you want to follow this hair style. Part it from the middle and have it divided right up to the crown zone. Take the rest of the hair to make a neat bun. This one has greated prominence towards one side, which is why you have to brush all of your hair to that side and then continue making the hairdo. Have it neatly tied and wear small studded earrings.
Messy down-do beehive bun
Although most beehive buns are on the top, this one has a difference. This bun falls around the nape of your neck and brings in a messy look. The type of lehenga choli you see in the picture below has recently got in trend. The choli extends like a kurti and the lehenga ends like a gown. If you haven’t bought yours yet, time you opt for this look. Part your hair from one side and make a slight puff on the thicker section. Make a nice and loose bun with your messy curled hairdo.
Bouffant with curls
This is one of the regular hairstyles which look nice with traditional wear. Have your hair nicely straightened for the first half and then have it entirely waved. Wavy hair brings in the initial state of curled hair but isn’t absolutely curved like curls are. Back-brush your hair and make a bouffant. Pin it up nicely and then let the rest of the hair fall from one side of your shoulder. This is easy to do and managebale to carry.
Side brushed hair with down-do twists
This hairstyle is an improvisation of the hairdos which you usually follow. You have surely had your hair curled or waved and parted from one side, but this one just makes the style a little better. Have your hair waved up in sections so that you get a mild wave all through the length. Divide the hair from one side. Now brush all the hair from the thicker section in front and down the shoulders. Take all the hair and have it styled in twists. You will simply have it twisted and let as it is.
Back-brushed bouffant with straight hair
When you have a lovely pink and blue lehenga choli, you rarely need much improvisation for the hair! Well, we have listed another amazing style which lets you flaunt your face and attire at their best. Have the hair entirely straightened. Brush it back and then create a nice bouffant. The bouffant should be lifted around the crown zone and then should be pinned up well. Let the rest of the hair flaunt at the back.
Top bouffant bun
This is another stylish hairstyle which is quite uncommon too. This would need quite some styling for uplifting the hair, but it is surely worth all the effort. Have your hair nicely straightened. Bring out fringes or locks from the front and then continue with the bun. You’d need a lot of hair spraying to get that bouffant right lifted and pinned. Use the rest of the hair to create a neat bun.
Easy, simple back bun hairstyle looks on lehenga choli
Simple back bun hairstyle best suits to the people who have round faces. This is simple to have and takes less time to wear. This looks simples, but on adding simple accessories makes it look more beautiful. Simple back bun is used to wear during wedding, engagement; simple party wear with hair accessories makes you look gorgeous. You can also attire any studded Maangtika as shown in the image adds more beauty to you with these hair accessories. You can also place pallu in a nice position and pin it not to slip away. Simple back bun supports your pallu not to fall down and gives an attractive look with heavy Maangtika. Simple normal make up adds little more beauty to your face.
Quick full head braided look in lehenga choli
Full head hairstyle is a new form that you should try on any wedding or party. This perfectly suits to round face people. Full head hairstyle best suit with a very nice look and adds more beauty for round face girls. This hairstyle can be used on different sides of the head. It looks like an intertwined and running from one end to the other end to give gorgeous look with your simple attires. You try this out braid hairstyle that too with false hair on lehenga choli. This hairstyle is good for people who have medium length hair. Flase braid is also easily available in the market that can be pinned if you have medium length hair. The people who are looking for a braid can try false braid which is simple and easy. This will sit on top of your head and makes you look natural in style.
The lustrous side braids hairstyle for lehenga choli
Simple side braid or fishtail braid or any seven strand braid gives simple classy and graceful look. But, here nothing has gone wrong with this and can be tried on any occasion. Lustrous side braid is simple and easy to wear but make it sure that it should not be tighter. This will give a stiff look and gives more attraction with beautiful accessories. This hairstyle turns everyone’s attention to you. This simply needs to be loose and is relaxed that it looks voluminous. The braid should be loose and finally, finish it up with some hairsprays to keep your braid unraveling. Thus, it helps to keep any flyways under control.