South Indian Bridal Hairstyles BiographySource(google.com.pk)
Marriages it is said are made in heaven but all the arrangements to make the event a success are definitely made here on earth. Till sometime back marriages were considered the coming together of two families and it was an occasion to let your hair down and enjoy all the festivities associated with it. Today two families still come together albeit in a very stylised and choreographed manner. Girls today are an evolved lot who are part of the workforce, they travel for work and leisure, are exposed to the latest trends at home and abroad and do not shy away from voicing their demands and even ensuring that they get it. Weddings are a booming industry and there are event managers to coordinate every happening big or small. Girls are no longer satisfied to play the demure bride and right from the trousseau to the honeymoon needs to meet their approval. And that approval comes only if it different and trendy – no run of the mill stuff for the woman on the move.
Hairstyles are constantly changing and women today prefer shoulder length and wavy style. As with everything else even hairstyles need to be perfect for the most special day in a womans life and depending on the face cut and hair type various looks can be experimented with. However, one thing to be kept in mind is that marriages are day long events and the style should not be too complicated and should not leave you with a headache. Most weddings irrespective of region have the brides head covered and so hair tied up in a low bun with a parting in the centre is a much preferred choice. Simplicity of the style can be enhanced by adding a maang tika in the parting which does give a very classy touch. Hair can also be adorned by beads to add a touch of glamour. Short hair will, of course, need hair extensions for this style.