Hairstyles

Quick Bridal Hairstyles you can DIY for small Wedding Ceremonies (Within 5 Mins)

Anupriya Khanna, 03 Oct 2018

 

Who says you’ve got to spend mindlessly booking a professional hairstylist for all your wedding functions? If you’re on a tight budget, you can very well cut down on that expense by DIY-ing your hair at home (at least for smaller functions like Pooja, Mehendi or Haldi). Moreover, you sure don’t want to spend all of your time in the salon getting your hair primped and puffed, so it’s better you try your hands at it and turn into your own hairstylist.

And to give you just the right kind of inspiration, we have listed some super quick and easy-peasy hairstyles that you can DIY at home. Believe us, they are exquisitely beautiful and definitely worth a try. So, without second thoughts, scroll down and check them out!

Pro Tip: While doing any kind of hairstyle, loosely curl your hair from the ends to give your hair more texture and enhancement.

Quick & Easy DIY Bridal Hairstyles

Looped Half Updo

Want to keep your luscious tresses partially open but with some twist? Try this chic looped half updo. It is super easy to do and can add oodles of charm to your sangeet look. All you've gotta do is take a few front strands of your hair, loop them together and tie them at the back with a rubber tie and you're done. Yes, it is that simple!

Supplies Reqd.: Rattail Comb, Elastics, Hairspray

Triple Wrapped Ponytail

Ditch the usual hairdos and opt for this unique yet stylish ponytail hairstyle. Wear it on Haldi or Mehendi with an easy-breezy outfit and grab ‘em eyeballs. It might seem complicated but trust us, it will only take you a try or two to ace this hairstyle.

Supplies Reqd.: Rattail Comb, Elastic bands, Hairspray, Bobby Pins

Simple Low Bun Hairstyle

If you don’t really wish to go OTT with your hair for a home function like Mehendi or Haldi, a simple low bun hairstyle is always a good idea. It not just looks classy but can also keep your hair from falling on your face and disturbing you while you get Mehendi applied on your hands.

Supplies Reqd.: Rattail Comb, Elastic bands, Hairspray, Bobby Pins, Iron Rod

Half Up Pull Thru Braid

If there’s one hairstyle that we can’t stop crushing over, it’s this half up pull thru braid. It looks so pretty that even if you stick to wearing the simplest outfit for your home function, this hairstyle might just balance things out for you and get you all the limelight.

Supplies Reqd.: Rattail Comb, Elastic bands, Hairspray, Bobby Pins

Quickest Messy Bun

If you have a thing for messy buns and traditional hairdos, this hairstyle is definitely the one you should pick for a casual home function. It is so simple and easy to do that it won't take you more than 3 to 4 minutes to get it done with (which means more time for Masti and Naach-Gaana).

Supplies Reqd.: Rattail Comb, Rubber Bands, Bobby Pins

Rope-Braided Side Bun

Side buns never go out of style. They are evergreen and look extremely beautiful. And this super-new rope-braided side bun that we spotted off late is just the one you need to try on your Sangeet ceremony. To make this side bun, you first have to side part your hair, braid the side-parted hair all the way till the bottom and then twirl them in a side bun.

Supplies Reqd.: Rattail Comb, Elastic bands, Hairspray, Bobby Pins, Hair accessories (like a flower or a hair clip)

Woven Headband Braid

French braids are done to death. So, if you really want to braid ‘em hair on your Haldi ceremony try something uncommon and out of the box like this woven headband braid. It’s elegant, quirky and ultra-mod. And being the voguish bride that you are, you simply can’t give this one a miss. Go, get started!

Supplies Reqd.: Rattail comb, Hair elastics, Hairband, Flat Iron, Hairspray.

Easy-Peasy Curls

When you can’t think of anything else, just pull out your hair curler and get set curl! Curly hair looks great with anything and everything. Whether you plan to wear an Indo-western dress or a lehenga, curls can be teamed with either of them without killing too much of your time. But make sure you always use a heat resistant before you begin curling your hair.

Supplies Reqd.: Rattail comb, Hair curler, Heat Resistant Hairspray 

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So, which hairstyle have you pinned for your Haldi/Mehendi ceremony? Share with us in the comments.