Showcasing very magnificent and spectacular Kurti Style in Red. Her top is with full sleeves, collor neckline and front closure style, embellishments is done with sequins, beads, crytals and Kundan. And Naomi wore it with a black skinny trouser and high heel sandals. She looks really fascinating, love the embroidery and combination of silver on red, its just beyond elegance.
Vidya Balan at the promotion of ‘Paa’. She was seen in Maroon banarsi Kurti with very stylish sleeves and front with zipper. She paired her Long Kurti with a mermaid cut skirt which differs her Top only by color yet the fabric is same. Her skirt is embellished with trendy sequins and mirror artwork. She introduces a unique style by wearing Kurti/tunic with top.
Juhi was wearing a very funky printed Kurti/Tunic. The tunic was embroidered with silver sequins through front, while having laced little girl sleeves. She paired her Kurti with a Bootcut Jeans which gives a casual touch to her personality.
She wore a very beautiful Pink Lehenga Choli on her Reception. The Choli had a sweetheart neckline with half-cap sleeves. And her outfit was highly embellished with Silver zari. sequins, crystal and beads, creating a jaal on bottom flair. Her jewelry also adds a touch of glamour to Isha.
Their is also a pallu style coming from her right sideways and wrapped up to the left shoulder with silver bunches. Everybody must think that its a Saree but let me clear you all that its a Party Dress with pallu.
What is a French manicure?
A French manicure is a style of polishing the nails wherein white paint is applied to the tips of the fingernails, and the rest of the nails are given a pink coat or painted with sheer polish that is colored either pale pink or very light beige. The French manicure is very good for short nails and nails that have a moderate length.
Before you start giving your nails a French manicure, make sure you have followed the general rule for putting on nail polish. You should prep your nails first by removing old nail polish with acetone remover. This will remove any excess oils or soap than can cause peeling once polish is applied. Then give your nails a perfect trim.
Give Yourself a Perfect Manicure In Just 10 Simple Steps:
1. The most flattering nail shape is not long or short or square, it’s “squoval” – not quite square and not quite oval. Get the look yourself by filing nails into a shape that mirrors the curve of your nail base. Square tips can make fingers look chubby. So its better off to make them Squoval.
2. Don’t shake the nail polish bottle, instead roll it between your palms. This mixes the polish without causing air bubbles.
3. One trick for applying nail polish: Hold the brush between the thumb and middle finger while resting your forefinger on the top of the cap.
4. Apply white polish to the exposed tips of your fingernails, and then let them dry. Keep the area that you will paint white thin. If you go too widely on the white paint, your nails will look chunky.
5. Next paint the entire length of your nails with a basecoat (pink polish). Two coats of this polish may be necessary.
6. After the first coat dries for a couple minutes, next put a layer of top coat on your nails. After putting on the top coat, dry your nails and make sure they dry completely.
7. Once your pedicure or manicure is complete, run an orangewood stick dipped in nail polish remover along either side of nail to fix any mistakes.
8. Gotta leave the house before your pedicure is dry? Apply cuticle oil over the polish. This will keep anything from sticking to your polish.
9. If nails are yellowed or stained, apply a drop of lemon or lavender oil onto the nails and then use a buffer to buff off the stains.
10. For an extra spa feeling to your home pedicure, nuke a damp towel in the microwave for a couple minutes, slather your feet/hands in moisturizer and wrap them in the warm towel.
Ladies Kurti is one of the the most liked garment not only among gents but also among ladies. Women’s Kurta popularly known as KURTI, its a stylish and gorgeous clothing. They are basically meant for the casual wear purpose. Most of the college girls or the university going girls wears this so that they can look decent, elegant and also beautiful. It is a loose long sleeved shirt, from shoulders to the knees or something nearby it. The size comes in varying lengths. Some kurtis are as long as to knees whereas the length of some of the Kurtis are up to waist only. Tunic can be wore over Jeans, Salwar, Pant, Capri and even a Skirt. Asian Kurtis (Tunic/Tops) are accepted worldwide. The kurtas come with and without collars. The type of collars are as in Sherwani and Achkans. It is generally U-shaped or V-shaped around the neck. The upper front portion is embroidered with threads of silk, cotton, gold, silver, or other material, upon any woven fabric, leather or paper.
Kurta is a Persian/Urdu word. It means a collarless shirt. It is a traditional type of dress worn generally by the people of Indian sub-continents. Kurta was used to be one of the main clothing for the natives of Asian countries like India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan. People used to wear it on different occasions like any festival or any fair or any family function. Kurta had different looks earlier. It came as sherwani, pathan-dress, golband and many more. Earlier kurta was the dress of gents only. But gradually it became the most sought after clothing for ladies.
The fabric used in Kurtis mainly depend upon the seasons. Summer Kurtis are made of cotton fibers or thin silk threads. These are very light weight and soft. It gives a sexy look and comfort feel. Winter kurtis are made of thicker fabric such as wool or khadi silk, a thick, coarse, hand spun and handwoven mixed with other fibers. Winter Kurtis provide style, fashion along with protection from cold.
The common fabrics used in Ladies Kurti are: