Sonakshi walks the ramp at Indian International Jewellery Week. Pink Lehenga Choli. Chiffon see-through designer top crafted with sequins, beads and stones. Its a corset form blouse with back strings. Paired with shiny blue and silver Lehenga which is also filled up with rich embroidery all over.
Dia Mirza dressed up in Anarkali Churidar Salwar, an ethnic Indian attire which symbolizes the essence of purity and represents the rich tradition of India. This still is taken from her upcoming movie ‘Pakeezah‘. Full sleeves top with richly adorned bottom flair paired with mathcing Churidar and dupatta.
Malaika Arora walks the ramp in an Ace Designer’s Lehenga Choli. Brocade brown Choli heavily filled up with embellishments. Paired with Black Banarsi Lehenga which is also crafted with Golden embroidery and a double-toned see through dupatta. Her neck jewelry will surely steal many hearts, the Kundan work absolutely looks mindblasting here.
The ear rings, bracelets and rings are awesome, studded with colorful gems and stones. Most of them are designed in floral patterns. This collection is really going tu melt your heart by its grace and charm.
Hair, Make up, Jewelry are all perfect to the T! As much as girls dream of which bollywood/lollywood diva they are going to look like on their big day, the real truth is that as soon as the director says “cut“, its a completely different scene.
The real secret to being the “Invisible Bride“, is by having an invincible attitude! You too can not only look it, but can also do it all in whatever you are wearing if you believe that there is nothing out there that could stop you now. After all it is your Wedding day! So Ladies, choose your style and “Action“!
One of the most common dilemmas most girls are faced with when dressing up in extravagant indian/pakistani wear is how to apply their make up?! It’s fair to think that it depends on the colors and the mood, but there’s a fine line between looking like a lady and a clown.
Here are some of the main things to think about when doing your make up.
The idea is to create the WOW look, effortlessly. So make sure that your use of concealer and foundation is just enough to blend into the skin’s natural color and not like a whole new layer of skin is put on you. Simply blend, blend, blend away.
Its always a good idea to choose the tone that is in the embroidery. For instance, if the embroidery is more gold you can used gold and copper to highlight the make up, however if its more silver then you can opt for more silver or white tones. Please avoid mixing them up!
If the Sari, Lehenga or Kameez is quite heavy and rich looking, opt for more sutle make up. You can accentuate the eyes and play down the lips or vice versa. However please dont make the make up too dark or too colorful, as it tends to bring down the whole look.
If you do decided to use darker make up, please keep the accessories simple. The whole idea is to figure out, what is it that you want to standout and work with it accordingly.
Please keep in mind that no matter how you do your make up, it has to work with the overall look that you are trying to create. It is easy to get carried away and go over board so please know when to stop.
The whole idea of using make up is to work with your natural features to where you highlight them and create an overall glow. Most ladies tend recreate their face with a burst of colors and that is usually where they go wrong. Enjoy playing with colors and love the face your working with and watch the beauty in the mirror.