Baishakhi festival is never complete without sweets, ethnic wear and jewelry. We Bangladeshis celebrate every festival with the same enthusiasm and zeal.
And, yes, we also dress up with the same enthusiasm. That’s not all, our mane has to be the centre of attraction. When getting dressed up, we must pay equal attention to the hairstyles as we do for our costumes and makeup. Groove brings a few of the easiest yet most elegant and appealing hairstyles to sport this Pahela Baishakh.
The evergreen classic braid goes well with red and white saris. Add some charm with a beautiful gajra. White flowers such as belli or a combination of red and white flowers look stunning.
This one is for the thick mane and also helps to keep falling hair in place. While many people think French braids are appropriate for only school functions, they look exotic with ethnic wear.
Half Up And Down Hairstyle
Half up-half down hairstyle is for girls who don’t like tying up their hair but would also like to keep their hands off from their hair. A simple clip or half up hair with bun best suits this hairstyle. The half done hair can be curled a bit or straightened depending upon your choice.
Classic French roll is for women who love classy hairstyles along with classy ethnic wears. You can adorn a motif on one side to enhance this classic hairstyle.
Classic Bun With Puff
Classic bun goes well with the typical sari worn during occasions. When adorned with a gajra, it takes your look to a whole new level. Red teep with bold makeup suits this hairstyle.
One Side Swept Hairstyle
This is another style girls with hair of any length can try. Just sweep your hair on one side and tuck some hairpins on opposite sides so as to keep them in place. Straight, wavy, curly – anything goes well in this hairstyle.
During festivals, everyone gets very busy. So why not try these easy yet elegant hairstyles? This Baishakh give your hair the due importance.