Asian Wedding Hairstyle Collection 2016
Asian weddings are different affairs than western ones. Their rituals, dressing, styles are all different. Not only this, Asian weddings also vary from region to region; geographical boundaries affect the wedding rituals a lot. However, a bride is a bride no matter which country, religion, colour, caste and creed she belongs to, and she wants the best for herself on the most special day of her life.
Perfection is impossible to achieve in this world, but who says we can’t try? If you can’t achieve the perfection, you can at least achieve the best! Knowing the fact that hairstyle plays a vital role in the overall outlook of a bride, today we are going to discuss the best hairstyles for Asian brides.
For times past, braid has been the traditional hairdo of brides, and the trend continues to the present day. Brides still prefer to stylize their hair in braids for an elegant look. However, changing times have brought changes in this style as well. These days, various types of braids are in vogue out of which the most popular are fishtail braids and waterfall braids, and these are further accentuated with beads, pearls or fresh flowers for a timeless look.
Buns are the most widely used hairstyle for brides in both East and West. It is a traditional yet most elegant hairstyle for brides. As Eastern brides are required to cover heads with dupatta, it is the most suitable style for their hair to set the dupatta in a classic style. Brides having long or medium-length hair can easily do an elegant up-do, but buns need to be chic and stylish as they are quite often visible through net or chiffon dupatta. For this reason, it is a trend these days to adorn the buns with fresh flowers or graceful hair accessories.
Chic Curls and Waves
Not all brides like hair up-dos; some like to keep them untied to flaunt their shiny beautiful hair. Such brides have numerous options to manage their hair: they can straighten their hair and let them fall in a glossy cascade; they can curl them in waves or simple rolls and either pin them in the centre or let them all fall on one shoulder. They can further be decorated with pearls, beads, fresh flowers in a crown style or other hair accessories. There is simply no end to the options available for the stylization of open hair.
An example of “rough look Braid”