With the wedding season right upon us, it’s only ideal to bookmark some stylish celebrity hair and makeup looks. And since Indian weddings are all about channeling your inner traditional diva, you obviously don’t want your hair game to take a backseat, do you?

Wearing your hair down can be a terrible option (because all that dancing is going to leave you sweaty, duh!) and half up-half downs can be an equal pain to manage. But, fret not! Buns to the rescue! And no, you don’t have to sport the usual boring bun. These celebrities show you how to do a bun hairstyle right this shaadi season.

Milkmaid braided bun
 

Milkmaid braided bun

If you have really long hair and want to keep it off your face while you dance the night away, then a milkmaid braided bun is just for you! And yes, a milkmaid braid can look equally chic with ethnic attire; Sonam Kapoor Ahuja is proof. Leave a few face-framing hair tendrils to add glamour to your look.

Chignon low bun
 

Chignon low bun

If you’re looking for a chic way to keep your hair from sticking to your sweaty neck while you bustle about doing your bridesmaid duties, this one’s for you. Take cues from actress Prachi Desai and opt for a chignon low bun with baby braids going all over. Add some cute floral hair accessories to complement your traditional attire perfectly.

Double knots
 

Double knots

If you don’t want a single strand of hair coming in the way, then a sleek bun is your answer! Take hair-spiration from Deepika Padukone and opt for double knotted buns with all your hair pulled back together in a sleek style. To get rid of flyaways, take a toothbrush, spritz some hairspray on it, and use it to brush them in place.

Flower power
 

Flower power

Sleek buns are the easiest to style and make for the most effortless hairstyles ever. If you want your hairstyle to make a statement during this shaadi season, then here’s a little something that can do the trick for you. Amp up your classic centre-parted sleek bun with real flowers. This accessory is sure to take your hair game a few notches higher.

Tousled AF
 

Tousled AF

What’s better than a messy bun? A tousled bun! Rakul Preet Singh shows you how to do a tousled bun right. Simply pull all your hair together into a mid-bun and tug at your hair at the centre of your head. Finish off with a hairspray so that the tousled effect lasts all evening.

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