Touch of Nature
Within the twirls
This style is usually achieved by putting half of the hair up and the rest down. Braiding the upper section, followed by loose curls on the end makes the dainty flowers appear to be blooming from within. Flowers can be placed throughout each section of the twirls and secured in place with clips. The hair ends can be braided as well for a whole new look. This style is currently very trendy, especially for mehndi, holud, and wedding occasions.
A subtle touch
For this style, we want to achieve the floral look without making it 'too-much.' It's subtle enough to carry in day-time parties as well as on different fun festivities. The half hair up-do (or even a ponytail) can be amplified by placing a bunch of pretty flowers right at the knot. This hairstyle is the simplest and can easily be done at home. All you need are a few clips, some beautiful flowers, and a mirror!
On the bun-side
A classic deshi way of carrying flowers within a hairstyle is to put them within a bun. A messy bun accompanied by dreamy curls falling loosely off and some beautiful, vibrant flowers stuck to the sides make every boho-chic attire come to life. Instead of going all around the bun, placing the flowers to one side adds more definition. On the bright side, the vibrance of this hair-do is perfect for gorgeous parties and wedding celebrations.
A flower crown
The latest floral trend is the 'flower crown.' A tiara or a crown decorated with stunning big and small flowers is the dreamiest it can get. This looks absolutely breath-taking. On occasions such as Pahela Falgun/Baishakh and even at birthdays, the flower crown seems a beloved choice as of late. It truly beautifies the female persona and looks absolutely enchanting.
Photo: Sazzad Ibne Sayed
Model: Naaz, Niki, Jui, Mohini
Styling: Sonia Yeasmin Isha
Makeup: Farzana Shakil's Makeover Salon