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The Latest Maang tikka Designs We Spotted On Real Brides

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Jewel encrusted or magically minimal-what's your ideal maang tikka design?

Apart from your hairstyle and the bindi, it is the maang tikka that helps in framing your face. You could be wearing a bouffant or even mermaid waves on your big day but if you don't wear the latest maang tikka designs, then you sure will be missing out on something precious. Hey, but we have got you, girl! We know how painstaking it can be especially if you have a host of different options available on the internet. To make your life a tad bit easier, we have put together five latest maang tikka designs in gold and other modern designs that you can choose to wear on your wedding day. Don't worry we have something for every design lover. Go on, make your pick.


Minimalistic Magic

Kundan maang tikkas can never go wrong. It can be a great add on, especially if you have a heavily embroidered lehenga to accessorise. Just make sure you team it up with matching earrings to add to the symmetry of the look.


That Floral Touch 

Wear your love for florals on your sleeve with pretty floral maang tikka jewellery. This can be a great choice for a mehendi or a haldi function as it is lightweight and won't wear you down.


Statement Allure 

If you live by the philosophy of 'Go big or go home' and don't mind flaunting your love for all things bold, then this statement maang tikka is the one for you. Trust us, you won't need any more hair accessories to pep your look. This one will be enough to stun.


A Touch Of Colour 

Break the monotony of a single coloured saree or a lehenga by adding some colourful jewel tones to it. In this case, the bride went for a colourful chaandbali-inspired maang tikka, that can be used as a beautiful statement piece and also hide a big forehead in case you have one.


Brides, it is time you make the maang tikka your priority for that perfect 'kodak moment' on your big day!



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