How to ace messy hair do
It is time to break out of the hairstyle rut. Gone are the days of styling your tresses into elaborate chignon and fancy French braids. Messy, windblown hairstyles are the hottest trend in town.fashion and trends Updated: Feb 17, 2014 16:13 IST
Bored of wearing the same old ponytail or loose waves every day?
It is time to break out of the hairstyle rut. Gone are the days of styling your tresses into elaborate chignon and fancy French braids. Messy, windblown hairstyles are the hottest trend in town.
If you don’t know where to begin, here is help at hand. We get you our pick of celeb inspiration to master the art of the five-minute
While American actor Amber Heard recently rocked a chic, faux side shave, actor Vidya Balan sported a playful braid route with messy, wild curls. Actor Kalki Koechlin, too, experimented with a voluminous pouf bun with the help of bob pins.
are easy to learn and can be worn for any occasion — a traditional function or a girls’ night out.
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Brush your hair well and mark a deep side-parting, keeping most of your hair on one side. Take hair on the other side and start rolling it.
Then, pin it underneath the loose hair on the other side. Mess up the loose hair and spritz some hair spray to prevent flyaways. Vidya Balan in a messy side-braid
Generously apply serum to your hair. Then, curl random sections of your hair with a curling rod.
Now, make a loose side-braid. Pull out some strands of hair using a rat tail comb from your braid to mess up the look. You can also back comb your tresses for more volume.Kalki Koechlin pulls off a pouf bun
Divide your hair into three sections. Take the section on the crown of your head and pin it up to form a pouf. Pin the next section just below and add hair from the crown.
Pull back the third section into a messy bun, gathering the loose hair into it. Secure with bob pins.