7 Alia Bhatt-Inspired Braids To Avoid Bad Hair Days This Summer

Since this season is all about different types of braids, here are some of the simple yet elegant looking styles inspired by Alia Bhatt

Summers are here and, of course, so are bad hair days! While most of the time we struggle to keep our hair oil-and-frizz-free, the other times we get stressed out thinking about the kind of hairstyle that will keep our hair luscious and beautiful.

The only way to survive this season is by learning all about braids (thanks Alia Bhatt for introducing us to those cute braided hairdos). Here are a few of the simplest yet elegant styles inspired by the actress:

1) Pigtail Braids

If you don’t want your hair to bother you in the scorching heat and you find boring buns tacky, then opt for these super cute pigtails and beat the heat in style and oodles of cuteness.

Alia Bhatt hairstyles

Braided hairstyles
(Photo: Instagram/ @aliaabhatt)

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2) Heart-Shaped Braids

While it might look a little intricate, but trust us, it is the simplest and the coolest of them all. With hundreds of tutorials available on the internet, all you need is a little practice and deep breaths.

Braided hairstyles
(Photo: Instagram/ @aliaabhatt)

3) Peek-A-Boo

This is just your regular ponytail with a braided twist. All you need to do is to take two ends from the bottom of your hair and braid them normally. Now take both the braids and secure them with bobby pins in a circular motion. Yes, it’s that simple!

Alia Bhatt hairstyles

Braided hairstyles
(Photo: Instagram/ @aliaabhatt)

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4) Criss-Cross Side Twist

If you think that wearing Indian attires leave you with limited or no hairstyle options, then you are wrong! You can always go for experimental hairdos or this simple criss-cross twist because straight hair is so yesterday.

Alia Bhatt hairstyles

Braided hairstyles
(Photo: Instagram/ @aliaabhatt)

5) Twisted Braid Headband

What’s the need of buying headbands when you can make one with your own hair! No, you don’t need to chop them off. Make a twisted braid on each side with the hair behind your ear and just tuck them on the opposite side with the help of bobby pins for an elegant royal look.

Alia Bhatt hairstyles

Braided hairstyles
(Photo: Instagram/ @aliaabhatt)

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6) Tuck It All In

If going for a half-tied hairdo or leaving it open gives you a nightmare in summers, then opt for this simple and classy no-mess braid. Just select the type of parting you want and braid it all in.

Alia Bhatt hairstyles

Braided hairstyles
(Photo: Instagram/ @aliaabhatt)

7) Twisted Loose French Braid

For a more casual look, go for the half-tied or loose french braid. It is easy to make and most of us have been swearing by it since childhood. Right? Best part — it goes well with Indian as well as western attires.

Alia Bhatt hairstyles

Braided hairstyles
(Photo: Instagram/ @aliaabhatt)

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With these hairdos, it’s time to say goodbye to bad hair days!

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