Just when we were scrolling through Pinterest and Instagram to find some amazing bun hairstyles to give y’all some serious bridal hair inspo, we also came across this totally in trend hairstyles majorly done with mogra & gajra. And we got so obsessed that we decided to compile every hairstyle donned with these white beauties.
Let’s show you how you can incorporate the gajra fever in your bridal hairstyle.
1. Just circle it around your bun to keep it minimal
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2. Cover that bun fully for an all-decked up look
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3. How about a Jaalidaar mogra adornment for your bun?
4. Pin a few strands on the bottom of your bun and you’re good to go
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5. Wear it like a hair clip
Gajra is just the perfect hair accessory to add that Indian touch to your look. Irrespective of whether you pair it with a dhoti-pant saree or a traditional lehenga, it works great with anything and everything without making you look OTT. Furthermore, your hair gains extra attention and you get to relish aromatic fragrance of mogras as well.
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6. Layer it around your braided hairstyle just like she did
7. Double the strands for double the charm
8. Go for a low bun and heavier gajras *That hairstyle tho*
9. Weave it in your bun with all those twists and knots
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10. Dress up your half-tie with a strand or two
11. Add it to your typical South Indian braid
12. Team it with roses or other hair accessories to go all glam
13. Do your hair in a loose braid and layer it with gajra strings at intervals (Also, doesn’t this look reminds you of Jasmine from Aladdin?)
14. Try something unique like this gajra dupatta for your hair
15. Or maybe this criss-cross style that Sonam wore for her Sangeet
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Ready to ditch those hair clips and go the-gajra-way this wedding season? Let us know in comments.