- Before you begin
- The headband braid
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- The carousel braid
- The twisted crown braid
- snake braid" title="The snake braid" >The snake braid
Before you begin
Before you choose your hairdo, it is necessary for your hair to get that much-needed nourishment and shine. This is why you need to get your hands on the Sunsilk Stunning Black Shine Shampoo that’s enriched with Amla-Pearl complex. This ingredient will help you protect your hair against environmental pollutants. The conditioner will leave your hair moisturised and prep it well for a hairdo.
The headband braid
This one works just right for those of you with short hair. As the name suggests it’s like a halo braid right on your head while the rest of it is left loose. Wear it with your fave anarkali and get ready for compliments to pour in.
The top knot braid
The top knot might be your casual hairdo but this festive season change that up a little bit by opting for a braided knot. Perfect for a sari look, this hairstyle won’t have your hair falling on your face while you go about enjoying the festivities.
The carousel braid
This one’s elegant as ever—the carousel braid is perfect for girls with long hair. It’s basically cascading braids wrapped around a long low ponytail. Wear this one with a dhoti pants and kurta combo and you’ll look stunning as ever.
The twisted crown braid
This hairdo works beautifully for girls with medium length hair. If you plan on keeping it simple yet pretty during the festive season, opt for the twisted crown braid. Two braids are made from the crown and tied at the back while the rest is left loose. Try it for a casual Diwali house party.
The snake braid
This zigzag hairdo might be intricate but works perfectly if you like to pay attention to your hair for a special occasion. If you plan to wear a crop top and a skirt-like lehenga, this is just the kinda hairstyle you need.