Priyanka Chopra – The Diva

Priyanka Chopra was born on 18 July 1982. She is an Indian film actress and singer, and the winner of the Miss World pageant of 2000. Through her successful film career and her unmatched skills of acting, Priyanka Chopra has become one of Bollywood’s highest-paid actresses and one of the most popular celebrities.

Different Hairstyles of Priyanka Chopra

1. Bangs:

Priyanka looks absolute gorgeous with bangs also known as fringes which are cut fairly straight until above the eyebrows, but it can also be ragged or ruffled, swept to one side or the other, or cut longer to fall over the eyes. Bangs also tend to occur naturally in many styles of short hair-cuts.

Tips to follow

Since bangs do sit on the forehead, which can produce a lot of natural oil, it is recommended keeping them in tip-top shape throughout the day by dusting a bit of dry shampoo, to the roots of your bangs using a makeup brush. This helps to prevent hair from looking greasy and can be repeated as many times as required. As far as maintenance is concerned with this style, most salons offer bang trims as a complimentary service. For those who are in a jam and must do it themselves, never cut fringe horizontally or straight across.

The error factor is too high. Instead cut vertically into sections of the hair, which is the most forgiving way to trim.

2. Bob Hairstyle


Divide the hair into seven sections. Working with what is left hanging down, cut the front to the length you want it to be. Moving to the nape of the neck, cut that section of hair straight across to the length you want it. Take each section at a time, working from bottom to the top, and cut it to the same length as the layer beneath. Blow dry your hair to check for evenness. Remove the left out hair at the nape of the neck with hair clippers to create an even line at the back. Priyanka looks stunning in this layered bob cut which enhances her features..

Tips to follow

After you are out from the shower, towel dry your hairs gently by massaging into the roots of your hair. You should be careful not to tangle your hair too tight as it will break the hair causing split ends. Towel dry your hair in a gentle motion and be careful not to be too vigorous. Using a round brush and a hair dryer, blow dry the roots in sections, starting with the under most layers first.

3. Finger Wave Hairstyle


To style your hair in this classic hairstyle apply a generous amount of styling mousse through your wet hair. It is advised to use a tail comb to work the styling mousse through your hair to achieve better hold of the finger waves. Create a deep side parting. Next to the parting, separate a wide strand of hair above your forehead. You will use this strand of hair to form the finger waves. Use the tail comb to pull the separated hair strand forward toward your face and start shaping the finger waves. Next to the parting work your way towards the end of the strand. First push the hair upward towards the parting, to shape the first of the finger wave rows. Protect the base of each newly formed wave by using one a special finger wave clip. Alternatively push your hair upward or downward to create the finger wave rows. Protect each row using a finger wave clip before shaping the next wave in the opposite direction. The first time of attempt, your finger waves may not be quite as perfect as you want them to be. Don’t worry, you practice as often as you like as long as the hair is wet. Once you are satisfied with your finger wave creation, allow your hair to air-dry before you remove the finger wave clips. Spray a generous amount of hairspray to provide the required hold.

Tips to follow

The hair needs only to be shampooed when it becomes soiled, but it should be conditioned every day. The most rinse-through conditioners are alkaline enough to remove the minor amounts of soil from most people’s daily routines. Finger wave hair especially can benefit from a cleansing-conditioner routine, since it helps to maintain high levels of moisture and emollients in the hair to improve manageability and gives shine

4. Classy Braids


All the hair is initially divided into three sections, which are simultaneously gathered together near the scalp. Any braid starts with three small sections of hair near the crown of the head, which are then braided together gradually adding more hair to each section as it crosses in from the side into the centre of the braid structure. The final result combines all of the hair into a smoothly woven pattern over the scalp. In the above pictures Priyanka is flaunting a messy braid and a fishtail braid hairstyle.

Tips to follow

Pull braids into a loose ponytail before going to bed. Cover them with a silk or satin scarf. Use a silk or satin pillowcase if you don’t want to sleep in a hair cover. The silk or satin protects braids from rubbing against rough cotton pillowcases.

Shampoo braided hair gently on a regular basis. It is preferred to do this in the shower. Rinse thoroughly, by giving special attention to make sure all the shampoo gets out of your braids, especially if you have extensions Apply generous amount of natural hair oils to your scalp.

5. Sexy Curls


Curls are quiet easy to be made. Our first step is to make sure that your hair is in a clean, dry and natural state. Start from the crown to the end of the hair by opening the tongs and taking that iron straight down your hair. The best method is to do by closing the tongs. You can curl up to the root. This method gives more of a ringlet style.

Tips to follow

Make sure that you wash your hair often. Use a good quality shampoo and conditioner. Have your hair trimmed when required or on a regular basis. Hot oil treatment can be used as often as you want. Warm up coconut or olive oil, rub it all around your hair/scalp, braid your hair and then shower the next morning. It’s always good to use a wide toothed comb. Use cold water to rinse your hair. Apply cosmetic products while hair is still wet. After shower use a good scrunching gel and scrunch your hair. It’s better to use a cotton T-shirt instead of a towel to dry hair.

6. Pony Tail with Side Bangs


For the above hairstyles create a low bottom ponytail by using a tiny elastic that matches with your hair color and tie it near the neckline. Next, to create a high ponytail using the top section of hair. With the help of a tiny strand of hair, wrap it around the elastic holder to hide it, and secure with a bobby pin. Later, lift about 1/3rd of the high ponytail upward and clip it with a butterfly clip under the hair next to the elastic. Now let the hair fall back down over the top of the clip. Add hairspray as per your desired hair color.

Tips to follow

To maintain it day to day you just need to wind the tail of your hair around the base so it forms a bun and pin it with one pin for security. Then tie a silk or satin scarf around your head. If your hair is smooth and tends to keep sliding off, then use an old stocking for a cap and put that over the satin tie head.

7. Soft Pull Back Bun Hairstyle


Flip your hair upside down. Use a mist hairspray all over the bottom while scrunching the strands, and flip head up. Spray the top of your hair while scrunching. Tease your hair a bit. Start slightly rotating and pulling 3-inch sections of your hair towards the area you teased. Do not touch your bang section or the puff hair , save it for last, so start just behind that area and work your way down. Make sure you have balance when doing this; when you pull a section from one side, take a similar section from the other side. Bobby-pin each section to the teased area. Criss-cross the pins to anchor hair in place. After the sections are placed and pinned, using a hairspray lightly mist on that section and smooth it with your fingers. Complete this by pinning back your bang hair. This way you are able to control the amount of volume needed in the front. Shine spray all over and do one final hairspray of mist.

Tips to follow

The hair should be properly washed and conditioned every day in order to keep it from damaging or creating split ends. Use a cotton cloth to rinse the hair after a shower. Try to use good hair sprays and gel that matches your hair type and colour.

8. Messy Bun Hairstyle


Aint she a charmer in this hairstyle..For this messy style scoop your hair into a messy bun style leaving hair on the sides and at the back as per your wish. Now using bobby pins secure the bun either on the crown or the side or as low as you want. You can also make a messy bun with the ponytail as well. Make sure you have a hair elastic ready on that wrist. Pull the hair halfway through the elastic to create a loop. Twist the hair elastic to secure the loop, then wrap it around the loop again as many times as necessary. Adjust the bun.

Tips to follow

Maintaining this style is the easiest of all. Taking good care for your hair is enough to style this way. Avoid using hair care products which contain too much of protein. It is good to rinse your hair with vinegar before shampooing, this helps to make your hair look shinier and cleaner and solves the problem of dandruff if any. Avoid brushing your hair too much. This can stimulate the follicles to promote growth, but brushing too often, will cause damage to your hair strands that results in split ends. Moistening hair is also a good practice. Use five oils namely almond, castor, olive, coconut and lavender oils. Mix all of them in equal proportions. Apply to the hair and leave in for four hours prior to taking a shower.

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