Durga puja. With the biggest Bengal festival around the corner, it's time to choose your look for Maha-Saptami, Maha-Ashtami, Maha-Nabami and Dashami. The four days of pandal hopping, eating and hustle and bustle cannot be missed. While doing pandal hopping and eating out with friends and family, you should also make sure you are fashionable.
Your look for the festival!
The centerpiece of all your flawless Durga Puja looks is your hairstyle. Here is an overview of the trendiest hairstyles that bong girls can try out during the Durga Puja this year. However, not only get to know the stylish hairstyles, but also the right hair care. Please do not forget that your hair is exposed to the sun and dirt for longer than on normal days. So make sure to apply Ayurvedic jasmine oil every day after you return. Massage your hair with jasmine oil to avoid itchy and dry scalp.
You can also apply a few drops of jasmine-coconut oil mixture after washing your hair. The mixture acts as a conditioner and thus eliminates frizz. Now that you know how to properly care for your hair, let's take a look at the hairstyles that you can try.
Hairstyles bong girls can try out during this durga puja
Wet and loose: Unaffected. Uncomplicated. Unpretentious. This is a traditional favorite of bong girls. The festive mornings resonate with the sound of Dhaak and Durga Pushpanjali mantra. Girls generally prefer to show respect to the goddess in their favorite curtains and leave their wet hair open. The glamor associated with this look is unbeatable. One can say that this is the epitome of the "Pushpanjali" look.
Messy side braid : It's young. Its fresh. It is trendy. It is very versatile. Regardless of whether you are traveling with friends in your casual t-shirt and jeans or in a colorful saree or salwar suit, the unkempt side braid can be a good choice. It is noteworthy that this special hairstyle is a brilliant mixture of the rustic and the trendy. The side braid was very popular with previous actresses. It has made a comeback with modern improvements in recent years.
Side swept hair : Experimental and shy at the same time, this special hairstyle illustrates the "runway look". You can see many models wearing this hairstyle along with fiefdom gas and saris on the ramp. Nail the Saptami evening look in an ivory-colored Lehenga and side-swept hair. Contact a stylist for maximum effect.
The noble bun: Curls are not to be tamed. They are fun. You are your pride. There are so many girls who complain about their curls because of their seemingly wild nature. Let it be said that a sky-high (curly) bun is exactly what you need. Her seemingly messy hair is under control and it's classy too.
In fact, buns can also be rendered with a retro touch. If you're all ethnic for the Bhog ceremony, you can spice up your simple bun with a decorative barrette.
Eleven : It's nervous. It is high fashion. It is exquisite. Every time Victoria Beckham appeared publicly in Pixie, she sighed enviously on all sides. Even you know that you love Anne Hathaway more in her pixie hairstyle than in her long locks. You may have delayed the process for a long time, but you are no longer doing so. This puja, be content with the pixie cut and stand out in style.
The medium waterfall and wave look is once again a favorite of bong girls. It's been one for years. It will never go out of style.
Loose parted hair for married women : The touch of vermilion in the middle of your head emphasizes your look. A red embroidered saree in combination with this hairstyle can be your perfect Ashtami evening look. Complete your ensemble with the right accessories.
A key tip would be to try a number of hairstyles on saptami, ashtami, nabami, and dashami instead of just sticking to one. It dispels the monotony from your gaze. Make sure you pick styles that suit your personality well. The pixie cut, for example, goes well with different looks (Indian, Western and Fusion). However, not everyone can do it with composure. Don't choose a style you can't pull through. Don't just do it because your best friend does.