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Centre part updo: Retro’s always in vogue

The centre part with a bun rocked the season this year with Deepika Padukone, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Sonam, all sporting that look. Here’s a look.

fashion and trends Updated: Feb 08, 2016 18:35 IST
Shara Ashraf
Centre Part Updo

The sleek, sophisticated hairstyle is also a clever style fix when you are suffering a bad hair day.(Clockwise from above left: Yogen Shah | IANS | Yogen Shah | Manvender Vashist/PTI)

Move over fishtail braids and messy buns. The very ladylike middle part updo with fresh flowers is what the divas are opting for this season. Actor Deepika Padukone recently rocked a centre part and bun spruced with red roses. Actor Aishwarya Rai Bachchan too went for the neat middle part updo with red roses.

Stylistas in the city are already inspired to add some yesteryear glam to their style with this look. “Retro never goes out of fashion. The centre part updo with flowers creates a 70’s vibe along with a whiff of fairytale romance to your style. The look is a hit this wedding season as it teams well with Indian attires,” says makeover expert Aashmeen Munjaal. The sleek, sophisticated hairstyle is also a clever style fix when you are suffering a bad hair day. “Many of my clients, including brides are asking for this look. A centre part hairstyle with fresh flowers such as roses, mogra and marigold can save a bad hair day,” says beauty expert Kanchan Arora.

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However, a totally flat and neat middle part can make your face appear broader, and your features harsh. “Try out the look in advance to see if it suits you or not. For a softer look, let a few strands of hair fall on your face rather than a sleek side part,” says beauty expert Naina Arora.