As the Canadian singer, Justin Bieber has already arrived in India for his Purpose World Tour, we bring some tips to look stylish at his concert. From choosing the right t-shirt to opting a funky hair cut -- make sure you do something to stand out at Bieber's show.
Experts from European fashion brand ONLY and TIGI Educator Audrey D'Souza shortlisted a few looks that can make you look fashionable and different during the concert at the DY Patil Stadium:
Back to school look-revamped: Opt for a comfy cool-girl tee along with ripped jeans. Up the game with your favourite elementary school hairstyle that has made a fierce comeback.
Start by rinsing your hair with re-energizing shampoo followed by recharging conditioner
Centre-part your hair using your fingers (a comb would make it too neat)
Secure each side into a pigtail at the nape of your neck
Loosen some pieces above the elastics and finger-tease. Finish off with the long-lasting spray to keep the look in place while you sway all night to your favourite songs
Cute as a button: Go for cold shoulder tops and pair them with shorts and dainty accessories. Style your hair in space buns to complete the look.
The key is volume. So, prep your hair with a volumizing shampoo and conditioner. Dab on some shine serum.
Part your hair, from the forehead to the back of your head. Keep the parting straight and simple, or make it zig-zag
Tie the two hair sections into high pigtails and tease them further. Twist each pigtail or get creative with a braid, and roll it up in a bun, which you can secure with a couple of bobby pins. And there, you are ready to rock those space buns.
Rock-chic meets gypsy vibe: Get the best of both worlds by combining edgy plus boho into the outfit. Pair a basic grey tee and knot it up your waist. Go for skinny jeans in military green, ink blue or black. Add the gypsy vibe with a side braid.
Wash your hair with strengthening shampoo and follow it up with a smoothening conditioner
Part your hair from one side, with the pointed end of a teasing comb. Work the smaller section of the hair into a tight braid - you can choose to make this a waterfall braid or a usual one
While you work through the braid, at regular intervals clip on the rings or piercings, to form a uniform pattern. Use a bobby pin to safely secure the end of the braid behind the nape of your neck, tucked under the larger section of your hair which is side-swept
(With IANS Inputs)