Different types of kurtis designs For Girls

Kurti has become the women and girls most favourite style statement to look stylish with the charming traditional look. These classy yet trendy kurtas are so comfortable that you can wear them round the clock. The best part is that you can easily modify and customise Kurtis for different looks. Available in different styles and patterns, kurta is first to picked of college going girls, working women, social women as well as of housewives for any occasion. Fashion designers are trying to keep pace with the growing popularity of kurtas and find endless options to design kurtas according to the latest trends. As a result, wearer gets ample choices, from ethnic to Indo-western style with different patterns, cuts, and designs. Some popular types of Kurtis are mentioned here; just have a look and you will get smart ways to look best in all avatars

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Best Arabic Mehndi Designs For Hands

Arabic Mehndi Designs is regarded as one of the Most Stylish and Beautiful Mehandi Pattern compared to the other Mehendi Designs. Arabic Mehndi Pattern stays attractive as compared to other various regular Mehndi Designs. This Latest Arabic Mehndi style includes bolder shading finishing and easy to apply on hands as well as feet. Arabic Mehndi Style Pattern may commonly include lots of flower, leaf and other leaf and sharp pointing mehndi Designs. The Simple and Easy Mehndi Designs of Arabic Pattern is one of the most widely used style of mehndi available, the Arabic Mehandi Images Pictures is well known mainly because it comes from Arab style where it is commonly used in lots of Event, Festivals and Weddings.

Simple Arabic Henna Mehndi Designs for Hands

Latest new easy and simple Arabic Mehndi Designs for full hands for beginners:

Arabic Mehndi Designs is regarded as one of the Most Stylish and Beautiful Mehndi Pattern compared to the other Mehendi Designs. Arabic Mehndi Pattern stays attractive as compared to other various regular Mehndi Designs. This Latest Arabic Mehndi style includes bolder shading finishing and easy to apply on hands as well as feet. Arabic Mehndi Style Pattern may commonly include lots of flower, leaf and other leaf and sharp pointing mehndi Designs. The Simple and Easy Mehndi Designs of Arabic Pattern is one of the most widely used style of mehndi available, the Arabic Mehndi Images Pictures is well known mainly because it comes from Arab style where it is commonly used in lots of Event, Festivals and Weddings.

DIY Tutorial: Make Your Own Mini Boxy Makeup Bag

DIY today for creating this boxy mini makeup bag. Compact enough for your stylish purse but big enough to fit all your touch up supplies you may need for a party, evening out, or special event like a wedding.

If you’ve never worked with a zipper before, this will be a great project to learn on. I promise, it’s really easy!

Required Material:

Two coordinating fabric (one is preferably upholstery weight), Zipper, Coordinating thread, Pins, Sewing Machine, Scissors, Ruler

Steps:

1. Cut two pieces of each fabric choice. Each piece should be 5 1/2 x 9 1/2

2. Lay one of the outer fabrics face up on your table, and set the zipper on top, face down so the top edge meets the top edge of the fabric. Then lay one of your lining pieces right side down to meet the top edge as well.

3. Pin along that top edge so all three pieces are attached.

4. Baste with needle and thread and then sew with your zipper foot along that top edge. Move your outer fabric so it’s on the outside, right side up.

5. Now place the second lining fabric right side up on your table, then sandwich the pieces you just sewed in between, and finishing with the second outer piece right side down on top.

6. Pin, baste and sew with the zipper foot on the top edge like you did for the other side.

7. After sewing, iron the outer pieces flat, and then fold them together so the outer pieces are right side together and lining pieces sandwiching them.

8. Pin at the opposite side of the zipper and sew along that bottom edge.

9. Move the zipper to the middle, unzip it halfway and sew along those two sides, through the zipper (pinch the zipper together when you’re sewing through it).

10. Pinch each edge in and measure with your ruler 2 1/2 inches across.

11. Mark with a pen that line and then pin next to the it. Sew along the line you drew and then snip off the triangle end. Do the same for all four sides.

12. Fold it inside out, so the outer pieces are on top and you’re done!

Hope you like this tutorial.

Image by Liz Daly

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Different types of kurtis neck designs

Kurti has become the women and girls most favourite style statement to look stylish with the charming traditional look. These classy yet trendy kurtas are so comfortable that you can wear them round the clock. The best part is that you can easily modify and customise Kurtis for different looks. Available in different styles and patterns, kurta is first to picked of college going girls, working women, social women as well as of housewives for any occasion. Fashion designers are trying to keep pace with the growing popularity of kurtas and find endless options to design kurtas according to the latest trends. As a result, wearer gets ample choices, from ethnic to indo-western style with different patterns, cuts, and designs. Some popular types of Kurtis are mentioned here; just have a look and you will get smart ways to look best in all avatars

Different Types Of Kurtis Which Suits Your Body Shape

Kurti has become the women and girls most favourite style statement to look stylish with the charming traditional look. These classy yet trendy kurtas are so comfortable that you can wear them round the clock. The best part is that you can easily modify and customise Kurtis for different looks. Available in different styles and patterns, kurta is first to picked of college going girls, working women, social women as well as of housewives for any occasion. Fashion designers are trying to keep pace with the growing popularity of kurtas and find endless options to design kurtas according to the latest trends. As a result, wearer gets ample choices, from ethnic to indo-western style with different patterns, cuts, and designs. Some popular types of Kurtis are mentioned here; just have a look and you will get smart ways to look best in all avatars

Easy Waterfall Braid Tutorial – Step by step

The waterfall braid gets its ornate look by releasing sections of hair as well as picking up new ones along its path.

This technique isn’t particularly hard, but it can be arm-tiring and takes a bit of practice to get an even-looking result. Keep at it!

Step 1: Begin a Crossing-Over Braid

As you grew accustomed to doing in the first few lessons, part your hair in the middle and grab a small section at the front (on the left or the right), and sweep it back.

Divide into three sections and create a few stitches of a standard crossing-over braid.

The next time it’s the lower strand’s turn to cross, set it aside instead by sweeping it forward. You can use a clip or your mouth to hold it.

Next pick up a small section of hair from right behind the set-aside section.

Step 2: The Waterfall Stitch

Carefully separate and smooth your new section from the rest of your hair, then cross it over the center section of your braid– this new piece acts in place of the liberated section.

Cross over the part-side section like in a standard braid, then sweep and secure the lower section forward and away, like in the previous step.

Again pick up a new small section of hair from right behind where the now-free section, and use it to cross over the braid.

Repeat this step to make as many waterfall stitches as you like!

Step 3: Finish It Off

This technique can be extended to wrap around your whole head, but for this style, stop adding new sections when you get to the crown area (or when you stop being able to see what you’re doing clearly with one mirror).

Now you can let go of the sections you were holding with your mouth or clip (any earlier and they would have been in your way). Use a standard crossing-over braid to finish up this side, and secure the tail with a small elastic.

Step 4: And Again From the Other Side

Repeat to make a matching braid on the other side of your head. Start braiding a small section, then each time it’s the lower section’s turn, sweep it forward and out of the way, then grab a small section of hair from right behind it to use instead.

Try to match the angle and stitch size to the first braid. Did you notice this technique to be easier on one side than another?

Step 5: Complete the Style and Wear It!

Tie the two braids together with a small elastic at the back of your head (don’t catch any free hairs from the rest of your head), adjust for symmetry, and optionally remove the braids’ individual elastics.

Smooth and style the rest of your hair (with a styling product if desired, such as a bit of hairspray, hair paste, or conditioning oil).

Now it’s your turn!

Hope you like this waterfall braid tutorial.

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