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Her hair worn up or down,in a ponytail or plait,city girl Isha Kakaria would rarely step out without an accessory in her hair.

Written by Jagmeeta Thind Joy | Published:July 21, 2012 3:41 am

Her hair worn up or down,in a ponytail or plait,city girl Isha Kakaria would rarely step out without an accessory in her hair. And then the choices begin to diminish. “Little girls have choices of hair bands and clips but grown ups don’t take dressing up hair seriously and there aren’t many options in the market,” says the 26-year-old. A familiar face in the city as founder member of the active NGO Tamanna,Kakaria has explored her creative side with Tanusiyaa,her hair accessories label along with partner Jaskaran Singh. “It’s an era of customisation and each one wants to look different than the other. With Tanusiyaa,we create headbands and clip-on hair accessories that are customised according to colour and style of one’s choice,” she explains. Currently showcasing her “Blossom” collection for Spring Summer 2012,there’s a floral accent in all the hair pieces that she’s retailing through Facebook and a couple of retail outlets. The two are looking forward to working on a line of hair accessories for men soon. “We want to keep those who wear turbans in mind. It will have a fair amount of bling but in an elegant way,” says Kakaria.

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