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Game Of Thrones inspired Hairdos

With all the growing fan following for the series and the buzz that it has been creating these days, we thought of doing something every GOT fan would love trying. Yay! We got you some amazing hairdo tips and tricks from right behind the scenes of the mighty show. Go ahead, give them a shot and rock your favourite stars’ look with these guidelines:

Daenerys Targaryen

A neatly structured Khaleesi hairstyle stands as regal and splendorous as the queen herself. The Khaleesi braid is actually known as a Dutch plait and can be achieved quite effortlessly.

DIY 1

This look is created by 4 plaits split into 2 pairs across 2 sections of hair:

  1. Make two Dutch plaits with very small hair lengths on either side of a middle parting and tie them together in a ponytail
    in the centre of the head.
  2. Next, Dutch plait the next two inches of hair in the same way as detailed above and tie together with the first
    ponytail.
  3. Now that you’ve finished with the plaits, spray some hair spray to hold and let the rest of your hair fall loosely down
    your back.
Cersei Lannister

This versatile style carries itself with equal poise both on the beach as well as at a formal occasion.


DIY 1

This look is created by 4 plaits split into 2 pairs across 2 sections of hair:

  1. Part the hair in 3 sections.
  2. Clip the top section and tie the bottom two sections into 2 ponytails, one on top of the other.
  3. Plait this middle ponytail all the way down and tie the end.
  4. Next, split the top section into 2 and twist away from the face. Bring them together at the back of the hair, just above the second ponytail and secure.
  5. Take the tail of the twist and tuck it underneath the plait below. Let the third ponytail piece go and allow the hair to hang loose.
Margaery Tyrell



DIY 1

Her just-out-of-bed look is actually a carefully constructed tousled look with subtle elegance.

  1. When your hair is 80% dry, part in the middle and divide into 3 sections; plait each section and tie. Leave overnight or till completely dry.
  2. Open the plaits loosely by running your fingers through your hair to give it a natural texture. Ruffle it up slightly.
  3. Twist the front sections away from the face and bring them together at the back of the head and pin in place.
Melisandre Mhysa



DIY 1

Her characteristic side braid teams up perfectly well with any outfit for any occasion.

  1. On day old hair, make a middle parting and straighten the hair in sections.
  2. Brush to smoothen and gather on one side.
  3. Making three thick sections, start plaiting the hair but stop halfway till you have a long tail.
  4. Slightly curl the tail with a curling iron.
Missandei



DIY 1

Women with corkscrew curls will totally love this!

  1. Divide freshly washed and dried hair into small sections and wrap each one around a foam roller; the width of the section should be smaller than the roller.
  2. Take the end of the section and roll it downwards before securing in place.
  3. Do this to the rest of your hair until every strand is covered.
  4. Spray a good amount of hairspray for better hold.