Sarees come in a variety of shades and designs.
Although women wear sarees for different occasions, in countries like
Sri Lanka and
not uncommon to find women donning the saree throughout the day and going about
with their household chores.
Hairstyles are one of the important features which help to bring out the beauty of the saree and its wearer.
Women with long hair who don the saree during the day will have their hair tied in a bun similar to the chignon hairstyle or have it in a single braid. This allows them to do their work more efficiently without having to worry about hair strands falling on their face hence making it difficult to do work.
For evening wear the hairstyle is usually let loose and allowed to flow naturally onto the shoulders.
Tips When Choosing A Hairstyle
When choosing a hairstyle it’s important to consider the shape of your face.
Women with round faces should opt for long hair with soft layers since it reduces the roundness of the face.
If you have a square face choose a short or medium length hairstyle which have bangs over on one side.
A short, long, layered or bobbed hairstyle is recommended for women with oval shaped faces.
World’s Most Expensive Saree
Women in countries where saree is the traditional female dress spend hundreds if not thousands of dollars a year to purchase a saree.
In the year of 2008 the Guinness Book of World Records revealed the most expensive saree made of silk cost £50,679.
The saree was named ‘Vivah Patu‘ and weighs 8 kilos plus was designed on silk and embroidered with gold and silver plus platinum and decorated with precious stones such as:
- Yellow sapphire
- Cat’s eye
Most Expensive Hairstylists
According to the Guinness Book of World Records the most expenive haircut costs £20,000 and is provided by British stylist Stuart Phillips. Stuart Phillips runs the salon Covent Garden in
So what’s included in this £20,000 hairstyle?
The salon gets closed for the day to accommodate only the client and those who accompany her so they have privacy and the whole salon including stylist Stuart Philip’s complete attention.
The client is pampered to a body or a shiatsu acupressure head massage.
A personal chef is provided plus the client can choose to have a lunch of tea and scones or a champagne lunch and will also be served cocktails and canapés thought the time she spends in the salon.
Philips is also noted for the stunning hairstyle he did for the famous pro tennis player Serena Williams using diamonds costing around a million dollars.
Listed below are a few popular hairstyles that go well with sarees.
Short Hairstyles for Sarees
Chignon Hairstyles for Sarees
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Long Hairstyles for Sarees