Hairstyles for princesses(राजकुमारियों के लिए बाल आकर्षक)

Hairstyles are the major part of the beauty of every woman. use your imagination 🙂

“Historically, hair is associated with charm and power. Probably nowhere in the world has so much imagination, thought and artistry been applied to hairdressing as in India. Not only the common man or woman but also the deities are identified with their unique hairstyles. While Shiva and Parvati wore their hair in matted locks or jata, early art shows Buddha’s hair as curly,”
“Hairdressing was part of daily life. On special occasions such as social gatherings and functions, both men and women wore elaborate hairstyles.
The hair was also adorned with a variety of jewels, tiaras, and fillets:)

राजकुमारियों के लिए बाल आकर्षक

हेयर स्टाइल हर महिला की सुंदरता का प्रमुख हिस्सा हैं। अपनी कल्पना का प्रयोग :)”ऐतिहासिक रूप से, बाल आकर्षण और शक्ति से जुड़े होते हैं। शायद दुनिया में कहीं भी कल्पना, विचार और कलाकृति भारत में हेयरड्रेसिंग पर लागू नहीं हुई है। न केवल आम आदमी या महिला बल्कि देवताओं को उनके अद्वितीय हेयर स्टाइल के साथ पहचाना जाता है। जबकि शिव और पार्वती ने अपने बालों को गले वाले ताले या जाट में पहना था, प्रारंभिक कला बुद्ध के बाल को घुंघराले के रूप में दिखाती है, “”हेयरड्रेसिंग दैनिक जीवन का हिस्सा था। सामाजिक अवसरों और कार्यों जैसे विशेष अवसरों पर, पुरुषों और महिलाओं दोनों ने विस्तृत हेयर स्टाइल पहने थे।बाल भी विभिन्न गहने, तिआरा, और fillets के साथ सजाया गया था 🙂

 

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Author: King Pan

King Pan, is the history of Panwar's. They are Indian Hindu. They speak Hindi and Rajasthani languages.

19 thoughts on “Hairstyles for princesses(राजकुमारियों के लिए बाल आकर्षक)”

  1. Beautiful and braids will never go out of style. When my mom was alive, she used to French braid my hair. Not only do I miss her, but I miss what she did with my hair and hair ornaments. I can’t seem to get the hang of it on my own, I drop the pieces halfway through. 🙂

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      1. That’s a good idea – have you ever seen those plastic “fingers” … I got some of those as they separate your hair and it is like getting another pair of hands to help do the braiuds – that little gizmo works, but it looks messy as I miss a lot of hair along the way. ‘

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      2. I bought mine years ago and just looked on Amazon (which has everything I think dont’ you?) They had a difference gizmo and not the same, but I searched around and found this video and they used the same type of plastic “fingers” that I bought years ago to do the French braid myself … what this woman did was buy something that is made like a sponge and people use them as “spacers” between their toes when they want to give themselves a pedicure. Pretty neat here – they cut the one “spacer” off and do a very detailed video on how to braid. Here you go: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y1GjaNAiqaA

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      3. You are amazing. It’s an incredible search. I watch the video. I have some of my people who used to do my hair done always with the different hairstyle. I never tried by myself. Maybe I will try to have french braid my hair. Our blogger’s community will get benefit from your search. Thanks.:)

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      4. You are very welcome … when my mom french braided my hair she said it was easier to do when my hair was not freshly washed as it was too slippery. I have dry hair so I don’t wash my hair every day – I used to put a little Biosilk in it to make it more manageable and easier for my mom to work with … she had arthritis in her fingers, so sometimes hard to grab and manipulate the hair for braiding. I see a lot of your blogger’s community wearing french braids. 🙂

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      5. I searched a little further on Amazon – I originally only found something that got unfavorable review. THIS is what I have … also on Amazon, but the video I just sent of the “toe spacers” would work on the same principle I would think, but this is the “fingers” for French braids I mentioned: https://www.amazon.com/Sponge-Braider-Braiding-Machine-Yo-Yo2015/dp/B00IITFQ0Y/ref=pd_bxgy_201_2?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B00IITFQ0Y&pd_rd_r=0AZ591XFH7VM0Q12RE30&pd_rd_w=hIILG&pd_rd_wg=VsLyW&psc=1&refRID=0AZ591XFH7VM0Q12RE30

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      6. I’m glad I looked again and that “fingers” would work just like the toe spacers … very smart of them to do that and videos are always so much easier to follow than just pictures or reading about it – it is for me anyway.

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