Here are some of Alia Bhatt’s hairdos for you to replicate…
Channel your enigmatic vibe with this Dutch braid. The styling of Dutch braid is very similar to that of a French braid. The only difference is that the hair strands are passed underneath each other which allows the braid to sit on top of the head. You can use the same technique to create a braid hair band or pigtail.
If you do not want to do a fully braided hairstyle; you can take a subtle take on it just like Alia. You can braid three or four strands of hair in the crown region of your head. The remaining hair is left open to add a touch of modernity to the look.
One-sided fishtail braid
The best way to add structure to your face is by parting your hair to one side. Side part your hair and braid the two portions of hair into a French braid. When you have attained the desired length where you can merge the two braids into one, take one strand from underneath one of the sections, and pass it over to the other. Repeat this until you reach the end of your hair.
French pigtail braid
Alia flawlessly combines French braids and pigtails in this hairstyle. Part your hair from the centre and start a French braid from the corner of your head near the temples. Each time, you pass hair over the centre strand, grab more hair and add to it. This will give the braid a lush appearance. To end this braid in a pigtail, leave few inches of your hair open and brush them to form a voluminous cone.
Minimalism is the key to everything. Upgrade that boring ponytail to a French braid headband like Alia. Start with a rear end of your head and make a braid to the opposite side. Pin this end of the braid and your look is complete.