From Alia Bhatt to Deepika Padukone: Festive hairstyles to try this season

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The month of October marks the start of the festive season. While some people are excited about Navaratri’s long celebration, some are gearing up to celebrate Durga puja and Dussehra. Though things are different this year, excitement remains the same. The grand festivities of Navratri and Durga Puja are also the perfect occasion to sport your traditional look.

While you are finalizing your clothes and make-up, give your beauty look a glam touch with festive hairdos. From waves to buns, here’s how you can achieve these hairstyles at home:

Waves and braid
Give your soft glam waves a braid makeover like Alia Bhatt. After creating soft waves, create a centre-parting and take sections of hair from both sides. Lastly, braid each section and secure with bobby pins at the back.

The sleek bun
A perfect pick for festive wear, this hairstyle can suit any traditional attire. For hairdo, start by straightening your hair and create centre or side parting using a tail comb. Now, pull back your hair into a low ponytail at the nape of the neck. Twist the ponytail into a bun and secure it with some bobby pins. Lastly, spritz some shining spray for some extra shine just like Deepika Padukone.

Quick curls
For glam curls like Kareena Kapoor, try this hack to get curls in 10 minutes flat. To chive this hairdo, all you need to do is tie a high ponytail. Once you have created a ponytail, divide it into 2-3 sections and start curling section by section. Once done, get rid of the ponytail and flaunt your glam curls just like the actress.

·Twisted updo bun
For a relaxed bun look, start by twisting all the hair and place it over each other. Next, twist each strand by rotating and secure with bobby pins, repeat this for all the section of the hair. This is one of the easiest ways to achieve a twisted bun updo.

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