Take Inspo From These Indian Celebs To Upgrade Your Curl Game

Take Inspo From These Indian Celebs To Upgrade Your Curl Game

Indian cinema has played an irreplaceable role in society and our lives. We often have a parasocial connection with the people on screen and try to replicate their style offscreen. Indian celebrities have never disappointed us with their finesse. In a time where most people are running towards smoothening and keratin treatment, some Indian celebrities have been embracing their curly hair and are making us love ours too. Here are a few divas who have been inspiring us with their natural curls.

Tapsee Pannu

Tapsee Pannu

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Though she has tried to chemically straighten her hair twice, the Pink actress has finally come to terms with her hair and has espoused her natural curls. Tapsee never shies away from flaunting her natural curls. The actor emphasizes so much on hair oiling and deep conditioning to achieve beautiful curls like hers.

Sanya Malhotra

Sanya Malhotra

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The Dangal actress has been single-handedly representing the ‘curly short hair’ population on the silver screen. She carries her lustrous curls with so much grace and elegance. She says, from not knowing how to properly take care of her hair to following curly hair routines, she’s come a long way. Sanya’s focus is on keeping your curls hydrated and frizz free for a fresh look.

Nithya Menon

Nithya Menon

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With her bubbly yet powerful acting skills, she has secured her place in people’s hearts. And it’s hard to not notice her bold curls that add up to her simple beauty. The OK Kanmani actress suggests that the first step towards magnificent curls is acceptance and self-love. Investing in the right shampoos and moisturizers is what she says is the key. Go for a mild clarifying shampoo and a hydrating conditioner to give more definition to your curls.

Sai Pallavi

Sai Pallavi

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The Premam actress has carved a new niche for herself as an actor who doesn't use any make-up. It takes so much courage to accept oneself as they are. Sai Pallavi hasn’t hesitated to flaunt her rosacea and long curly hair. The actress who is also a doctor, says apart from praying to god that her hair shouldn't fall off, she makes sure to eat healthy food, get good sleep, work out and wash her hair once every three days to keep her mane as beautiful as they are.

Kangana Ranaut

Kangana Ranaut

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Kangana is the first among the actresses to flaunt her natural hair. The Queen actress with her coily tresses has sported various hairstyles without having to compromise on her natural hair type. The secret to her strong and shiny curls lies in the deep hydration. The Himachali actress is inclined towards using chulli oil or apricot oil to maintain her hair.

Mithila Palkar

Mithila Palkar

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The Biryani Monster from Little Things has become the new on-screen favourite in recent times. The Karwaan actress has grabbed the mass’s attention with her bouncy curls and natural acting. She says, understanding your curls will help you take care of your curls better. The actress is aware that her hair is dry and concentrates on using a heavy conditioner that is deeply moisturizing. She says refraining from straightening or using heat which damages the hair is also something that your hair will thank you for.

We are aware all curls are unique and gorgeous. The most important takeaway from these Indian celebrities is to accept your beautiful curly hair. It’s okay if you don’t fit in the crowd, you don't have to, turn it into your strength and ace it. Even though mainstream media conditioning made us believe that owning straight hair is the only way to look pretty, these actresses have often appeared as a breath of fresh hair on and off screen.

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