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Festive hairstyles for short hair to try this Diwali

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Rangoli, mithais, pretty lights and diyas – the festival of Diwali is here and our excitement levels are through the roof! And this long festivity also means tons of pictures to update the ‘Gram, are we right or are we right, ladies? So, while we got you covered with skin and makeup, we can’t forget about our tresses, now can we? So, here are five pretty festive hairstyles that are perfect for short hair that you need to try this Diwali. Read on and bookmark your favourites.


01. Inverted ponytail

Inverted ponytail

Image Courtesy: @Mamamia

Easy, chic and super pretty, this inverted ponytail is perfect for Diwali this season. It works greatly with all your ethnic outfits and is super easy to try as well. We especially love the braid detailing in the middle – it adds a nice festive touch to the otherwise plain hairstyle. So, if you’re running late but still wish to look your best, then this hairstyle is just what you need!


02. French mohawk braid

French mohawk braid

Image Courtesy: @yamigautam

Our love for short-haired Yami Gautam is well known, but this textured French mohawk braid is our all-time favourite as it adds that oomph-effect to your short hair. For this hairstyle, start by spraying some TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Heat Protection Spray on the lengths of your hair to protect it before curling it to create beach waves. Once done, take the middle section of your hair and create a pretty French braid and you’re good to go!


03. Side front braid

Side front braid

Want to take your glam up by a notch without making much effort? Then, this simple and cutesy side front braid hairstyle is perfect for y’all! For this hairstyle, start by applying TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Hair Serum along the length of your hair to avoid frizziness and add shine to your tresses. Once done, make a side parting in your hair and make a simple three-strand braid in the front and move to the side and secure it with a pin. And that’s all, easy peasy, right?


04. Loose braid with messy bun

Loose braid with messy bun

Image Courtesy: @Aveda 

Oh, this one is our absolute favourite! Right from the loose front braids to the messy rolled up bun at the back – this hairdo is just what you need this Diwali to amp up your short hair. It gives a chic, boho touch to your hair and will look perfect with sarees, lenghas and even suits this festive season, so make sure you bookmark this!


05. French braid crown

French braid crown

Image Courtesy: @The Right Hairstyles

If you wish to go for a more elegant and classy hairstyle for your hair this Diwali, then this half up French braid crown is your safest bet. The intricacy of the French braid combined with the messy waterfall crown makes this hairstyle gorgeous and festive-perfect. So, if you wish to stand out of the crowd, then this hairstyle is all you need to try!

Main Image Courtesy: @yamigautam



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