Every time Sonam Kapoor Ahuja steps out, she ends up giving us major hair and makeup goals. From her outfits to the last little nail detail, her sense of style is impeccable.
She recently attended an IWC Watches event in Geneva, and floored us once again with her uber-chic and classy hairdos. This time she kept her makeup very soft and romantic, and decided to experiment with her hair. That’s why we’re breaking it down, and giving you all the deets on how you can steal these hair looks from our very own fashionista...
Middle-partition sleek bun
Sonam wins all the brownie points for this look with the sleek, no-frills, up-do with this super dreamy, flowy dress. The sleek, middle parted bun perfectly complements the dramatic neckline of the dress.
Get the look: Brush your hair to detangle and then straighten it with a flat iron. Perfectly part your hair using a comb and apply a wax or pomade for the sleek, shiny effect. Tie your hair in a tight low ponytail and twist in the shape of a bun securing it bobby pins to keep it in place.
Sonam has mixed all the right elements of formal and retro with this look. Her hair and makeup perfectly complement the purple pant suit. She has kept her makeup simple with soft, smoky eyes and nude lips. The voluminous, retro bun looks very chic and adds just the right amount of drama to her look.
Get the look: After combing your hair, spray the Toni&Guy Casual: Sea Salt Texturising Spray on the lengths of your hair. Leaving aside the front section, back comb your hair to give it the desired volume and then tie it in a ponytail. Twist it in a bun. Now with the loose front section of your hair, part it to the side and secure from both the sides with bobby pins. Tease out some loose strands of hair for a soft definition around your face.
Side parted sleek bun
Next time you have to attend a party, refer to this look Sonam sported for some major hair inspo. It’s all about sleek, pulled back hair and perfectly chiselled contoured features for Sonam here.
Get the look: After thoroughly brushing and straightening your hair, liberally use a hair pomade to give it the wet hair look like Sonam. Leave the front section loose and tie the rest of your hair in a tight low ponytail. Twist the ponytail in the shape of a bun. Perfectly side part your hair using a comb and secure it in place with the help of bobby pins.