Seasons change, but when it comes to our hairstyles, you can rest assured that they change even faster. Having spent so much time staying indoors, staring at our own reflection, we've tried just about every way to step up our hair game — from DIY colour experiments to the internet-favorite wolf cut. But if you're looking for some fresh inspo that's a little closer to home and easier to execute, we've got you covered. We've rounded up some of our fave Bollywood celebrity-inspired hairdos that will help you step up your hair game. Ready to learn? Read on as we show you five Bollywood hairstyles you need to try, stat.
1. Curtain bangs
Regular bangs that cover the entirety of your forehead are so passé — the updated version, curtain bangs, are so much better. Much like Priyanka Chopra Jonas' mussed up look, curtain bangs manage to frame your face and give it some much-needed definition. Also, they're practically effortless when it comes to styling — just run your fingers through your hair, and you're covered for the rest of the day!
2. Beach-ready waves
Beach waves are an all-time fave, and no one does 'em better than Disha Patani. Let her lewk be your inspiration for getting the perfect beach waves. Simply curl your hair using your trusty curling iron, and run your fingers through the ringlets to get flawless waves. But don't forget to use some heat protection first! The Tresemme Keratin Smooth Heat Protection Spray will shield your hair from heat upto 450 degrees, and ensure you have damage-free, salon-smooth strands while you heat-style your hair.
3. Boxer braids
Give your regular braids a rest and put a fresh spin on them, with none other than Janhvi Kapoor's boxer braid inspiration. Once you're all done with braiding your hair, set the style with the Tresemme Compressed Micro Mist Invisible Hold Natural Finish Smooth Hold Level 2 Hair Spray. Not only will it keep your hair looking neat and in place all day, you can also use it to give your hairdo a little bit of texture and frizz-resistance.
4. High ponytail
If 2020 belonged to the slick, low ponytail, then 2021 is definitely the high ponytail's year. Cop Ananya Panday's flawless ponytail by tying your hair up neatly. Pull out a few strands for that effortless, oh-so-casual look that'll work wonders for framing your face, and you're good to go!
5. New crop
If you've been toying with the idea of chopping your locks ever since you got bored of your long tresses, consider this a sign! Take inspiration from Jacqueline Fernandez and opt for a shorter, layered look — complete with curtain bangs to frame your face, of course.