Braid Tutorials To Slay At Your Intimate Wedding
BY Meenu | 19 Nov, 2020 | 1569 views | 2 min read
Are you one of those brides who is getting married in the next few months? Are you one of those brides who is choosing to be her own MUAH owing to the situation? Guess what, WedMeGood as always has your back. Slay it at your wedding with these gorgeous braid tutorials that is going to be so helpful in picking your bridal hairstyle, and also totally a yes for those brides who prefer doing their hair and in style.
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Dutch Fish Braid
Let us start with something very easy. Fish braids are so familiar. How about a Dutch style fish braid for your wedding? You can accessorize this with hair jewelry in kemp or even tiny flowers. Believe me when we say this works really well with Kanjeevaram sarees. For more hair accessories that would be perfect for a South Indian bride check this.
Fish Tail Upstyle
For a bride who is not a fan of jasmine flowers, you surely can opt for this. You would need some help in fixing this braid, but the result is so worth it!! We have seen a lot of brides carry this style off effortlessly.
Volumized Wedding Braid
For those brides who have a little over medium hair, but do not wanna try the regular braid, then check this tutorial out. Surely you would love it. It is not that difficult to work out too.
Side French Braid
If you are wearing one of those pendant nethi chutis then dear brides, this side French braid is totally for you. It gives such an elegant finish with very less time. Also don’t French braids always have some kinda nostalgia??
South Indian Traditional Braid With Poolajada
If you are one such bride who wants to go all traditional, then this tutorial is for you. The simple braid, tied with the Kunjalam, the venis and the hair jewelry checks off all South Indian bridal hairdo boxes. We have of the prettiest poolajada choices right here for you so that you can choose your flowers accordingly.
These are some of the simplest tutorials which have a grand effect when accessorized right. Try it out. These are some more braids that we loved on our South Indian brides this wedding season. Do you wanna learn any of these? Let us know!!