5 Holi hairstyles that are approved by your favourite Bollywood celebrity


5 Holi hairstyles that are approved by your favourite Bollywood celebrity

What’s your pick–the sleek bun or the twin braids?

By Japleen Kaur  March 5th, 2020

It’s that time of the year again when the streets turn into a colourful palette and new freestyle dance moves are discovered. Though perceived to be messy, the festival of Holi can be just as stylish as any other celebration. How, you ask? By letting your hair grab all the attention! We’ve curated a list of simple Holi hairstyles that’ll make you look chic but also safeguard your mane from getting destroyed. Plus, they’re approved by your favourite Bollywood celeb, so you can’t go wrong with these.

Pro tip: Oil your hair nicely before playing Holi. And before you take a shower to get rid of the colour, put on a pack of yoghurt on your hair for 15 minutes to help remove the colours smoothly.

Scroll through for easy Holi hairstyles:

1. Sleek Bun
Takes less than a minute to complete this hairdo and looks super neat, even when you’re going to resemble a rainbow later. Quirk it up by tying two buns instead of one.

 

2. Low pony tail
Keeping a high pony tail for long hours can give you a headache,  making it slightly uncomfortable to enjoy the festivities. Go for a low pony instead just like Deepika Padukone here. Tie it with a vibrant rubber band to match the vibe.

 

3. Messy Braid
What other hairstyle would be better than this for a sure shot messy affair? Especially looks great if you’re planning to go for Indian attire. Secure any baby hair with pins to avoid having to fix your hair often.
4. Top Knot
If you’re really worried about your hair getting dry, then go for a top knot like Priyanka Chopra. It keeps most of the strands hidden, leaving very little for the crowd to see. And it hides the grease from the oil. It's an efficient look done effortlessly!

5. Boxer braids
Bring the school memories back with this head turner hairstyle that Shraddha Kapoor and Sara Ali Khan can be found sporting these days. Add ribbons, multicoloured if we may recommend, to tell the world that you’re here to celebrate Holi like never before.

 

Photographs: Instagram