With the wedding season around the corner, who would not love to adorn their hands with mehndi?
So, here we are, with the latest top 10 Bollywood mehndi designs for brides for all you lovely ladies out there.
These Bollywood style mehndi patterns for the wedding season will certainly grab the attention of everyone around you. You can effortlessly apply these designs on your hands and enjoy being the center of attraction. Our beautiful filmy brides would stay imperfect until and unless their hands are decorated with mehndi. The elaborate patterns of mehndi on the hands and legs are a must for an Indian bride. Bollywood beauties are associated with stunning styles and glamorous looks, and mehndi is a must-do thing for them to flaunt their beautiful hands and legs. In fact, application of mehndi is a mandatory scene in our Bollywood movies showing a wedding or any other celebration, be it Karwa Chauth, Teej, Diwali, Eid etc.
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Bollywood Mehndi Designs Collection 2017-2018
Here, we present to you some of the all-time favorite Bollywood style mehndi patterns centered on weddings and celebrations:
If you prefer simple and easy mehndi patterns and don’t have the time and patience for elaborate patterns, you may give this stylish pattern a try. Keep the tip of the mehndi cone slightly bigger for this design. It’s a simple yet wonderful mehndi pattern, and as shown, it would look great on the back side of your palm.
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Glitter and stone embellished mehndi designs are the latest trend in Bollywood. The stunning combination of black outlines and slightly lighter colors inside the patterns makes it look ravishing. Crystals and stones are embellished in this mehndi pattern to give it an elegant, festive look.
This mehndi pattern would look fabulous on those beautiful feet. You can always flaunt your gorgeous and soft feet with these amazing patterns at any occasion. Brides can try stone embroidered payal and a toe ring to give this pattern a Bollywood touch.
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This one is a sharp and brilliant design. It shows fine-looking, Gujarati mehndi style leaves and flowers with symmetrical floral patterns. It will win a million hearts at the first look. In many Bollywood movies, heroines have sported these kinds of beautiful designs.
Dia Mirza looks stunning with this stylish Turkish blue Arabic mehndi pattern! Those beautiful stones embellished in this design are making her soft hands look so dazzling.
This type of Bollywood bridal mehndi designs for hands will go very well with modern, off-shoulder dresses. This design will give you a slightly western look as it looks somewhat like an elaborate tattoo.
If you have a great figure and want to show off your attractive back and upper arms, give this pattern a try. It’s a Chinese pattern and looks perfect on the upper arms, thighs and lower back. You can choose different colors too if you want to give it a tattoo look.
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This is yet another simple and stylish Arabic mehndi design to attempt for a Bollywood wedding look .You can even try this on Karwa Chauth or Teej.
In our Bollywood weddings, the bride’s female friends are equally gorgeous and no less fashionable than the heroine. Hence, these kinds of brief patterns make their stunning festive look even more attractive. Brides can try these kinds of trendy patterns for their engagement party and other similar events.
Do you want a unique and extraordinary Bollywood mehndi design style? Look no further. Just give this one a try. It’s a very appealing design with diamond-shaped patterns and totally different Arabic flower patterns on the other hand. This will surely make you look as elegant as our charming Bollywood divas.
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What are you waiting for? Go, try these mehndi patterns and become a head-turner for everyone around at the wedding. Also, please don’t forget to share your feedback; we just love to hear them!
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