On the beauty and hair front Day 3 was just as action packed as the first two days. Shifting focus from the turbans and head gear that we saw on day 1 and 2, day 3 was all about wearable, sleek pulled back hair.
Here we are curating some of the best hair moments from day 3…
- Braided drama at Armaan Randhawa’s
- Sleek and sexy at Nachiket Barve’s
- Ribbon ties and low ponytails at Arpita Mehta’s
- Classic scrunched buns with roses at Gaurang Shah’s
- Chic raw textured, interwoven buns at Kartikeya’s
- Twisted sleek low buns at Amit Aggrawal’s
Braided drama at Armaan Randhawa’s
Armaan Randhawa's show ‘Twin Queen’ was dedication to late designer prodigy Alexander McQueen and was all about minimal, boxy and heavily embroidered silhouettes. Obviously then, the hair was kept as edgy to compliment the look. Hair pulled back into twisted double boxer braids with a centre parting was one neat, edgy hairdo that complimented his outfits.
Sleek and sexy at Nachiket Barve’s
Nachiket Barve’s show was one glamorous affair with glitzy gowns soaring the temperatures at the runway. To add oomph to this already glam look, his models sported shiny sleek pulled back hair—interwoven at the back. Just the hairdo that accentuates cheekbones and flaunt heavily embellished outfits. Simple yet to strong!
Ribbon ties and low ponytails at Arpita Mehta’s
The hair game at Arpita Mehta’s show was just as easy flowing as her collection. Low ponytails held together with ribbons that complimented individual outfits gave the collection an easy chic, breezy yet glamorous vibe.
Classic scrunched buns with roses at Gaurang Shah’s
This time at Lakmé Fashion Week Gaurang’s show was all things Indian classical—the vibe, the music, the saris and the buns. To compliment this very 60s collection the models sported big scrunched buns. Some wore side buns with a string of colourful roses to add that vintage vibe to the look.
Chic raw textured, interwoven buns at Kartikeya’s
Kartikeya's W/F'18 show 'Heroine of the Opera' emulated the European opera culture of the Baroque Era from the late 1700s—laden with grand silhouettes, lux fabrics, deep hues and raw textured intertwined, twisted buns, the show was one European affair!
Twisted sleek low buns at Amit Aggrawal’s
Amit Aggrawal’s show was all things chic and edgy—striking silver eyes, structured black silhouettes teamed with statement accessories and twisted sleek low buns. This wearable, twisted low bun was made twice as glamourous by making sure the hair is pulled away from the temple.