SHOW­CASE Bridal op­u­lence

With stun­ning hair­styles in their new Show Stop­ping Bridal Col­lec­tion, Lakmé Salon is here to help every bride-tobe choose her per­fect look that matches both, her per­son­al­ity and pref­er­ences. Let’s take a look at some of our favourites.

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This style is for those girls who have al­ways dreamt of be­ing the clas­sic draped-in-red bride. The hair is el­e­gantly pulled up in a bouf­fant, adorned, with dainty swirls that draw just the right amount of at­ten­tion to the hair while com­ple­ment­ing their en­tire look.

When done taste­fully, over-the-top styles can be real win­ners. If you love wow­ing the crowd with some­thing new and out-of-the-box, you’re go­ing to love this weaved side bun. The dainty adorn­ments pinned def­i­nitely add to the charm of this beau­ti­ful cre­ation! Plan­ning a gar­den or a beach wed­ding? Then this soft and free-flowing style is sure to ap­peal to you. The long, wavy strands ex­ude that care­free vibe, and can be per­fect for the

mehendi or cock­tail par­ties too. The look is fresh and youth­ful, just like the ra­di­ant bride-to-be!

We get that you want no drama on your big fat In­dian wed­ding, but that doesn’t mean you can’t add a touch of it to your hair! This long, thick and mes­meris­ing braid is a won­der to look at, and is the per­fect blend of mod­ern and con­tem­po­rary styles. Trust us, your In­sta­gram will be ex­plod­ing with re­posts cap­tioned #Hair­Goals!

Move over the reg­u­lar gajra! This long, braided hair­style makes use of fresh flowers in an elab­o­rate way as they are in­tri­cately wo­ven through the braid. This is per­fect for tra­di­tional cer­e­monies, spe­cially for those taking place dur­ing the day. Yet an­other take on the clas­sic favourite bun, this ex­quis­ite ‘do takes in­spi­ra­tion from re­gal hair­styles, Whether you wear this be­jew­elled ‘do for your wed­ding or the re­cep­tion, it’s bound to make you feel like a queen on your spe­cial day.

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