1. Sonam Kapoor Ahuja’s crown braids with small flowers
Pick some flowers from your garden, be it small calendulas or little daisies, and pin them along your crown braids for this look. If you want your look to be similar to Sonam’s, start with the smallest flower above the ear, and then place the biggest flower at the back for a gradient effect.
4. Sanya Malhotra’s baby’s breath braid
Despite being minimalist, this hairstyle looks like a garden. The skinny braids at the top, and the thick, textured main long braid give you enough space to place the baby’s breath stems, resulting in a stunning look.
5. Sonam Kapoor Ahuja’s sleek pony with red roses
If you have little red wild roses or tea roses growing in your garden, you can pin a bunch of them at the base of your sleek ponytail the way Sonam has. If you can match it with a red lip and a white and red saree, the effect will be even prettier.
6. Kriti Sanon’s white rose cluster
If you want to keep it simple but luxe, pair your white Basant Panchami outfit with matching white roses. In order to make the look snazzy, make a ballerina bun and place a bunch of those large white roses around the bun for this effect.
7. Madhuri Dixit Nene’s scattered floral hairstyles
Want to have flowers scattered all over your hair like a fairytale princess? Take a cue from Madhuri and create that wavy hairstyle in bun form, or as loose, cascading waves. To get the look, use eyelash glue to paste little flowers all throughout the hair. This way, it’ll come off easily with an oil-cleanser.
8. Kareena Kapoor Khan’s middle-parted ‘Veere Di Wedding’ hair
To get this lovely centre-parted hairstyle with white flowers and face-framing tendrils, find flowers which are this shape and size. For best results, get fake flowers in this shape for the look. If you can’t do that, start with two large flowers behind the ear, then two smaller ones as you go up above the ears, followed by a single large one, and then eventually, a small single flower closer to the parting.
9. Deepika Padukone’s pink and red rose look
A single red rose is cute, but you can truly up the ante with a gradient bunch of pinks and reds. Take a cue from Deepika and accessorise your sleek bun with a fuchsia, deep red, baby pink, and other shades of red and pink roses.
10. Hina Khan’s rose and baby’s breath bunch
White and yellow are classic Basant Panchami colours, so pair your bright yellow outfit with a white floral hairstyle like Hina’s. Pin a cluster of baby’s breath behind the ears, and add a single white rose on top of it. A few loose, face-framing strands will make the bun look more romantic and breezy.