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Matha tikka or maang tikka has been there for generations and this traditional accessory best defines the culture you belong to. There are many options to choose from which compliments your wedding look. You can opt for simple look to statement pieces.
WedAbout shares some of the beautiful and intricate designs of this accessory that will blend perfectly with your gorgeous bridal look.
If you are a bold bride well you are sure to make a style statement and stand out with the over sized maang tikka in floral or studded patterns. Those with long faces and broad forehead best carry these statement pieces.
If you want keep it simple yet classy the single strand pendant maang tikkas are just perfect. It suits all faces and there is a wide variety to choose from such as pearls hanging and ruby with fancy coloured stones.
Typical of Muslim brides, this jhoomar maang tikka is worn on the left side of the forehead. Nowadays people also wear it in the centre or the right side to make it look different and innovative. If you are looking for that vibrant touch to your bridal look then this is it!
Elegant and sleek this is another trend when it comes to maang tikkas. It has layers or pattis on the sides to adorn the brides forehead completely. If you have a round face then this is surely going to enhance your bridal look.
This royal looking maang tikkas have several pattis on the sides which adorns the brides’ forehead. Those with broad forehead, long face and chin can carry this style the best as it highlights their features.
For chic and glamorous look this borla style maang tikkas from Rajasthan are perfect. The borla which is a thin string with sphere shape in the end is usually adorned with pearls, stones, rubies, crystals, etc. Those who have a round face and want to go for centre parting this will surely look outstanding.
So these are some of the matha tikkas that have been passed on from generations and some modified with a contemporary touch which are in vogue. Remember your bridal look is incomplete without a maang tikka.- Do not forget to choose the one that best suits your bridal look!
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