5 hairstyles inspired by the divas of B-Town

From Beachy Waves to Half-Tied Crown: 5 hairstyles inspired by the divas of B-Town

One of the main reasons to watch a movie is to take a cue from the protagonists of B-town on the latest trends. From retro style to extravagant looks, trends keep changing and Bollywood divas keep experimenting with their looks and hairstyles. And even if we do it in secret, we are not guilty of copying the style of our favorite actresses.

While a lot of importance is given to makeup and jewelry along with clothes, hairstyles also add opulence to a woman’s overall look. Coming to hairstyles, some prefer buns or braids for their party looks, on the other hand, some of us want to leave our braids open to look super chic and stunning. So, to show off long hair without tying it up in buns or braids, here are some hairstyles of the Bollywood divas on screen. Check it out now!

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# 1 Retro waves

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Kareena Kapoor Khan’s look from the movie, Heroin or the look of Deepika Padukone from her film, Yes Jawaani Hain Deewani, it was quite inspiring along with their retro wave hairstyle. While on one side, Kareena had been wearing a georgette sari with a slim fit zari border paired with a black bindion the other hand, Deepika had appeared glamorous in a blue chiffon sari with a gold thread trim.

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This minimalist look is great because it won’t look too stern or serious. Deepika, Kareena and Alia’s hairstylist had parted their hair in the middle and added some curls. And for the hair accessories, Alia had opted for a silver maang teeka and it had looked simple but elegant.

# 2 Beach waves

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This romantic, casual yet super cute beach hairstyle worn by Sunny Leone is perfect for a weekend party look. For her hairstyle, the actress used hairspray, then she pulled back a few strands of hair and tied a knot behind her head. For the rest of her hair, she had curled it into soft waves and left it loose.

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Along with the trendy hairstyle, Sunny had also added a maang teeka, a pair of double chain earrings and had them pinned to the back of her. The diva looked glamorous with the beach hairstyle.

# 3 Swept to the side

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Side waves are perfect for vintage vibes thanks to the glamorous yet regal finish it gives. B-town divas, Kareena Kapoor Khan and Madhuri Dixit, had opted for a deep side parted hairstyle paired with a wider, voluminous section with a wavy texture. For the rest of the hair, their stylist combed it back and pinned it neatly to the back so it doesn’t come out. Kareena and Madhuri had accessorized their look with a Jhoomar to both sections of the hair, and this had added grace to their overall look.

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# 4 Puff and loose

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Priyanka Chopra Jonas is known for creating trends in classy looks. For one of her looks in the movie, Gunday, she had opted for a puff and a loose hairstyle. Her hairdresser had separated her crown area into two horizontal sections and created a neat little puff starting in the middle from the front and pinning it to the back. Priyanka had completed her look with a wide maang teeka and it looked elegant.

# 5 Half-tied crown

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This hairstyle is an ideal way to flaunt your hair length and is also an ideal style for any function. For this hairstyle, Alia’s hairstylist had parted her hair from the front and then had added thin braids on both sides of her head. Just before pinning them on the back, her stylist had teased her braid, and that had made her hairstyle voluminous. Alia had completed her look with a tiara and looked perfect.

Bollywood divas are the best source of inspiration when it comes to fashion and trendy hairstyles. Let us know which one did you like the most?

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Images courtesy of: Alia Bhatt, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Madhuri Dixit

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