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Twinning Tales

Take hair inspos from twin singers Sukriti and Prakriti Kakar and open the gate to chic hair trends

Multi-talented songstresses Sukriti and Prakriti Kakar have captured the hearts of millions with their soulful voices. While Sukriti is the versatile shining star, Prakriti is the energetic live performer. Together, with the essence of music running in their veins, they take on the Bollywood music industry with their sensational music, phenomenal singing and glamorous fashion quotient. Their latest track release ‘Mafiyaan’ has them riding high on its success. Not just their professional lives, the iconic twins give their best shot when it comes to maintaining and sprucing their hair to add more life to it. In a candid chat with HAIR, the iconic twin singers share their tress tips and trends, hair saviours and must-haves in their hair kit.

Over to Sukriti Kakar

One hair product you covet the most

The hair product I covet the most has to be the Ouai anti-frizz smoothening sheet. It’s phenomenal!

Your haircare regime

My haircare routine has me washing my hair every two days and applying a mask after shampooing, detangling my hair before going to bed and using heat sprays whenever I use heat tools.

Your all-time favourite hair

I love loose wavy curls or beachy waves.

A hair colour you swear by

I’m a red head fan at the moment and have been so for the last two years. I really enjoy my reddish brown hair colour with a hint of magenta. According to me, Majirel hair colour by L’Oréal is amazing.

One hair trend you’re fond of

I find the messy top buns and the half-up half-down look really cool and fun to execute.

Best hair tool in your vanity kit

The texture spray. It just gives your hair so much more vibe and texture. Currently, I am using Morrocon Oil Texture Spray.

Your favourite hair accessory

The funky, colourful hair ties, wraps and bands. They are my all time favourite, especially Ouai hair ties.

Your go-to hair saviour on a bad hair day

For my bad hair days, I go for a messy bun with all the hair fastened in a hair tie or a tied into a French braid.

Hair lessons you’ve learnt

I’ve learnt that you shouldn’t take your hair for granted because split ends can damage your hair a lot. Coloured hair especially needs to a lot of care. It’s important to use the right products; there can be no compromise on that. A monthly hair spa is amazing to keep your hair moisturised.

Your go-to style for a day out

I usually straighten my messy hair out or use a tong to just curl out the ends and give it a nice finish and put lots of volume spray to finish the look.

Over to Prakriti Kakar

One hair product you covet the most

A good heat-protecting serum! Thanks to the amount of hairstyling that is required in our profession, a heat protectant serum is an absolute must.

Your haircare regime

It has to be the good old oil massage whenever possible and a hair spa once a month.

Your all-time favourite hair

My all-time favourite style is the top bun or the half-up half-down look.

A hair colour you swear by

My current hair colour that’s chocolate brown with caramel highlights.

One hair trend you’re fond of

I’m really fond of the Ombré hair trend because it never really goes out of style.

Best hair tool in your vanity kit

I can’t live without dry shampoos! A hair serum or hair mouse too is a must have to calm the frizz and settle the hair on a rainy day.

Your favourite hair accessory

My current favourite hair accessories are the multi-coloured cloth hair bands.

Your go-to hair saviour on a bad hair day

It’s always a hair tie that comes to my rescue on a bad hair day! All hair up tied in the highest bun possible saves the day.

Hair lessons you’ve learnt

I’ve learnt how important a hair trim is! One good healthy trim every three months is mandatory. Also try and keep your hair as heat free as possible and let it air dry sometimes.

Your go-to style for a day out

My go-to style is the open hair with braids look.

 

Styling: Kavita Musale, Bharat Gupta

Makeup & Hair: Farzana, TOABH team

Photo: Nikhil Shenoy

 

 

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