Indian hairstyles have not been accepted in the UK in the past.
The hairstyles include short-shaved, braid-do and straight-shave.
But Indian women have come forward to complain that the UK has not accepted their style.
A post on Twitter claimed the UK does not accept Indian hairstylists and asked whether Indian men and women are allowed to attend British schools.
The UK has strict grooming guidelines, and women must follow them.
The British grooming guidelines state that all women should be wearing their hair in a ponytail or a pony head, and men must wear their hair short.
The guidelines also stipulate that women must cover their eyes and face when not in school, and that children under 16 must wear masks.
The British Embassy in Delhi has not replied to questions from NDTV over whether Indian hairstyling is accepted in Britain.
The embassy said it has no comment on Indian hairstymear.