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7 Pretty Blogger-Approved Hairstyles You’ve Got To Try

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We always turn to celebrities and stylists for everyday hair inspiration. Every promotion has something new to offer and each red carpet event is like a catwalk in itself.

Sure, they always come to the rescue with ideas when we want to do something different. But as it turns out, there’s so much more out there, when it comes to hair.

Yes, the clothes fashion bloggers wear give us major #StyleGoals. But with each outfit, comes a new hairstyle, all of which deserve a second look. And hey, if you’re up for it, try ’em out too!

So if you’re looking for a change, here are some blogger-approved hairdos you’ll love.

 

1. Aayushi Bangur

Part your hair to the side and, leaving the front out, braid one section of hair to the back. Secure it with a pin and bun the rest of your hair up. This is perfect for any kind of wedding.

 

2. Deepica Mutyala

This one is so much easier to do. Tie your hair in a high ponytail and grab your curling iron. Once tied, curl small sections of hair. Open the ponytail once you’re done curling, and voilà!

 

3. Larissa D’Sa

A hairstyle that’s great for work, to a party, and even to the gym is a top knot. Make sure you secure your hair in a ponytail first. Then divide the pony into 2 sections and twist them around each other, and then towards your head. Secure it with pins and you have a runway-worthy top knot right there!

 

4. Santoshi Shetty

Part your hair down the side and tightly braid 3 sections of hair all the way down. You could curl the other section to add movement and even hide the braids under it, so that it looks like a faux-undercut.

 

5. Juhi Godambe

This is a great hairdo for when you’re having a bad hair day. Simply part your hair down the middle and secure it at the back in a slick ponytail.

 

6. Malvika Sitlani

Malvika’s Dutch braids look as perfect as the white liner she has on. Remember, doing this is like French braiding your hair, except instead of braiding each strand on top of the other, you put these under each other.

 

7. Sherry Shroff

Part your hair down the side and twist a section on the thinner side till the end. Secure it at the back of your head with a pin. You could either curl your hair or leave the rest of it straight. Add some fresh blooms to finish the look!

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A writer, social media expert, and self-proclaimed beauty junkie, Anushka's alter ego Pocket Stylist is a platform to showcase her everyday style, must-haves, and tips. A graduate from the London College of Fashion, her taste is current, trendy, and highly accessible. She’s also a certified hair stylist.

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