Kurtas or kurtis happen to be one of the most comfortable Indian wear which we can carry for casual occasions and for important events. They are selected according to their style and there are numerous types of kurti designs at present. They can be made of different materials and they look extremely vibrant and ‘desi’! In this article, we will go through some commonly worn kurtis which you might have already tried along with uncommonly worn kurti designs which you might like to try. These are accompanied with stylish hair ideas which you will be able to match with these.
Side-parted hair with front twists
These cotton and ethnic printed Kurtis are quite common even if the Anarkali styles are more popular with stylish kurti designs. We get to see a blend of these two along with a trending hairdo. Part your hair from one side. Section out the front zone and then make twists with it. Pin both of them up on their respective sides. The heavier section to add a lift which makes the twist part look fuller. Back-brush rest of the hair and let it flow half from the heavier side of the partition and the rest at the back.
Short hair style
Although all kurtis might not look good with short hair, you can opt for these collared kurtis if you have short hair. The lady in the picture below has short to medium length hair and she had parted it from one side. The kurti she is wearing is very elegant and is locked up to the collar. The hair has slight waves, which can be done with an Instyler. Just make sure that you have it carefully styled and don’t hurt your skin.
This hairstyle looks like a casually done ponytail, but it will require straightening of hair and also puffed with spray. Use a spray to make your hair look fuller and then brush it entire to be the back. Has it straightened midway to the tips and then make a high ponytail. This hairstyle is quite unlikely to be followed by kurtis which is why it is trending. It hasn’t been greatly adopted, so you can try it out and add some trend to your circle! Make sure you pair it up with subtle prints and preferably cotton kurtis.
Have your hair straightened half up and curled half down. Back-brush from the first strands of your hair and make a slight puff on the mid-scalp. Follow it up with a bun hairdo, and use your own way to tie it. It should look messy and fall heavy on one side and not in the middle. If you use a clip, it might come out to be better and make the hair look messier and appealing. Pair it up with casual kurtis or stylish ones. This hairstyle can be followed for all occasions.
Side-brushed hair with half down curls
The lady in the picture below has got her hair colored cherry red. This happens to be the first attraction of the hairstyle. You are not asked to have it colored forcefully but that could surely give you some more style. Have your hair parted from the one side. Don’t make the sectioning very prominent, but have it casually brushed. Let the heavier section fall over your face. Have it half down, curled up and then let all the strands fall down from the heavier side of your shoulder.
Side-sectioned hair with half down curls
Follow this hairstyle with any kind of kurti pattern, and you are sure to rock! Part your hair from one side and section out the front portion. This part to be divided in two halves, while the rest of the hair will be brushed at the back. The hair here looks messy and curly, so you have to use an Instyler to have it initially waves and then curled to the tips. Flaunt your curls in front by dividing both sections down your shoulders.
Braids are common for all kinds of Indian wear. They add to the tag of authentically Indian and give you a separate charm. In the picture below we see a lovely two types of prints in one kurti. It looks sober and stylish at the same time. The braid has been first started with a side sectioning and then tied loosely. The looseness of the braid makes the first half look fuller. The braid has been tied in knots and has been flown from the heavier side of the division. You can opt for easier braids which you are more comfortable with.
This is a lovely hairstyle which has to be followed with an equally nice kurti design. The hairstyle included a braided bun with the front parted from the middle. Have your hair straightened at first and then continue the process. Divide the hair from the middle and then make a braid. Use the braid to wrap it up into a bun and attach it around the nape of your neck.
Twisted and sectioned hair with messy waves
Part your hair from one side. Straighten up the first quarter and then continue with the twist. To create it, take the heavier section and then turn it into a slight puff by pinning it up. Brush the rest of the hair down and then use an instyler to make the messy waves. This gives you a properly pinned hairdo for the first half and then continues into a messy hairdo. Let the heavier section of hair fall should the shoulder in front.
Messy hair with crown bun
A crown bun is placed just under your mid-scalp. It looks heavy but not as much as a top knot. In the picture below, we see a unique kurti design which is paired with an equally unique hairdo. Brush your hair to the back a make a slight bouffant in the front zone. Back-brush the rest of the hair to create the bun hairdo. Your hair is bound to look messy if you have it slightly curled and then continue with the style. For the finish, let bangs flow from both the sides and you’re sorted!
Side swept puff long hairstyle for kurti
Western fashion with different kurti designs and styles is the current trend following by most of the women without age variations. This will be comfortable on any occasion for office, party, festival, daily wear, college, while travelling and anywhere. Kurti is the following trends and it makes prominent place with different hairstyle gives a different look. It can be available in full, short or long length and is light in weight. Try this different hairstyle to get beautiful look. Comb your hair and take some part of hair from the front and side swept on your left. Just roll to form a puff for a front end look. Pin them on puff back and leave your hair like a loose hair. The remaining part is left as it is and leave some hair on your right shoulder. This hairstyle best suits for medium length and long hair. This hairstyle best suits for oval face shape.
Side partitioned loose hair on kurti
This high-low modern kurti is fashion trend following by most of the office going girls. It gives a formal and dignified look with loose hairstyle. The kurti looks shorter from front when compared to back. This high-low kurti not only gives you a stylish look. But it also adds a feminine touch to the attire. Simply comb your hair and part your hair from the front with one side. Comb your hair with right side swept for you. Comb your left part hair to back and right part some hair on your shoulder and remaining hair to back. This is simple and is easy to have in less time.
Simple low curl hairstyle
You can try this different kurti style with different hairstyles. This western shirt kurti is a trendy choice for your office wardrobe. You look professional and stylish in this shirt style kurti. This is available for both casual and formal dressings. This kurti is comfortable at work place. Comb your hair and slightly curl your hair. Your hair should be semi-curled. Curl your hair and side swept on your right. This hairstyle best suits for oval and round face shape. Leave some hair on right shoulder and remaining on the back to give a professional look.