She started off walking the ramp and then landed a role in a Yash Raj Movie opposite King Khan. If dating India’s cricket star was not enough, the 27 year old has even turned a movie producer. Yes, she is an achiever and has bagged the best of everything in less than a decade.
It’s been 8 years since the lady made her debut with Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi. While many newbies came and went, Anushka Sharma continues to restore her reputation as one of the top actresses hairstyles in Bollywood.
One important quality that has enabled Anushka to maintain her standing amidst her equally talented counterparts, has been her will to constantly re-invent herself. The woman not only attempts to play different characters, but also puts herself through frequent makeovers in the pursuit of pleasantly surprising her audiences.
The lady is fearless when trying new looks, with her hair playing the most versatile part in her makeover journey. She goes above and beyond when it comes to experimenting with tresses. We have to admit, most of Anushka Sharma’s haircut and hairstyles have added onto her vivacious and positive persona.
Short And Sweet Pixie
First time Anushka shared screen with the perfectionist Aamir Khan in PK, she made sure everything about her was perfect. This was the first time we saw Anushka in short hair, and we have to admit that we have never seen a pixie so perfect before. This Anushka Sharma haircut had the whole Bollywood buzzing.
Known for lustrous long manes, seldom do we see the model turned actor turned producer in short dos. But at a recent press conference she showed up wearing her hair is a short lob. The striking quotient about this lob was the twists and turns in her strands which flawlessly framed her face. Also take a moment to admire Anushka Sharma’s hair color in this one.
With hair swept at the back from a deep side partition, the arrangement of Anushka’s hair style in a side bun is exotic. What is remarkable about this hair do is the feathered texture of her professionally styled bun tied for a photoshoot. With this kind of a hair style you have enough room to wear your diamond studs, and that’s exactly what the actors is flaunting on her ears.
This moment captured from Anushka Sharma’s life stimulates some serious research, no I am serious. Her carelessly messed up curls are cut short unevenly and parted at the side. I don’t think she has spent even one single moment combing them, and that makes this edgy look all the more interesting.
All right people, look who we have here at Koffee with Karan! Yes this is Anushka rocking her brand new lips. Well, she had been denying the plastic surgery rumors and credits the change in appearance to make up, but girl, who are you even kidding? We got training from the Kardashians and we can tell what is plastic, and what is make up. Anyhow, bringing the focus back to hairstyles, is that pouf a ‘hashtag’ goal or what? While the hair has been secured in a low pony, that pouf does add an inch or two to her height and brings a lot of signature to the look.
Though Anushka’s debut role was very grounded and Indian, we don’t get to see the actress in typical Indian hair or make up. So it was a pleasant surprise to see her in 100% desi avtar complete with heavy kajal, gold earings and bindi. Her hair wasn’t really side swept, but was knitted in a loose braid that she brought over the shoulder. This is a look from seventies bollywood that Rekha or Jaya Prada would rock, but Miss Sharma rocks it with equal penache.
While many of the tinsel town beauties were working braided buns, Anushka’s twisted bun was like a breath of fresh air. Having her front manes neatly twirled, twisted and sealed with her low bun rendered much gorgeousness to the fashionistas desi avataar. The bindi and jhumkas played perfect partners to this Anushka Sharma hair style.
Now how many celebrities can carry this Anushka Sharma hair style? Anushka swept us with her just out of bed look. Her tousled tresses were in perfect compliance with her pretty and innocent face. With her fringes falling casually this one was cuteness overload.