10 Bridal Hair Accessories
Every woman wants to look best in her D-day. Be it her wedding dress, her makeup or hairstyle, she has to look just perfect and gorgeous. But no wedding look is complete with right gorgeous accessories adorning your lustrous tresses. Yes, hair accessories play an integral part in enhancing the whole wedding look.
So, here is my list of the top 10 Indian bridal hair accessories!
I am a Bengali and I know how important it is in Bengali weddings. The crowning glory as they say, has been a part of Indian tradition since long. The maang tikka is a composite ornament composed of a chain with a hook at one end and a pendant at the other. We Bengalis wear plain gold tiklis with intricate designs and non-bong beauties love kundan, polki ones.
The indigenous stringed hair accessory often comes in with a maangtikka. The Chains flow horizontally along your hairline and were traditionally worn to pin and support the dupattas.
Modern Matha Patti
Give your maang tikka and matha patti a modern twist with these beaded or jewelled chains. A common sight in fashion shows, these will glitter through a light dupatta for that ethereal look. This is a great option for reception parties, engagement ceremonies, sangeet, etc.
I generally wear small jewelled hairpins to cover up my last minute goof-ups. Hairpins have many other roles to play. But I would say wear these small hairpins simply to add more style to your hairdo. I love the single stonned or single pearl ones. They make you look ethereal.
Bun Pin Head jewelry
Bun Pin head Jewelry with chains
A royal Mughal hair accessory, the paasa or jhoomar was a symbolic of Muslim wedding. But now it is no longer restricted only to traditional Muslim weddings. It is a fan shaped hair ornament worn on the sides. Royal and rich looking heavily embellished ornament gives you a Shahi look.
Popular among South Indian brides, but brides irrespective of religion and culture can adorn these stunning ornaments. Brides usually braid their hair and then don an intricate piece of jewellery called the Jadai Nagam, which holds the braid in place and is supposed to depict a cobra. Jadai Nagam is a symbol of wealth, sexuality and fertility.
Traditional Gold Crowns
Have you tried any of these bridal jewellery before?
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