If you’re going to a wedding this winter, your sari, lehenga or kurta-churidar is most likely to be embroidered in gold. After all, zardosi, gota embroideries and everything gold is in vogue this season.
And the best makeup to complement Indian wear this season is to metallic. We show you how in Speaking Chic’s Mesmerising Metallic makeup guide:
If you can carry off a bronzer on your skin, then bring it on. Or stay safe with your oft-used blush.
Play up the metallic tones with the right eye makeup. Here’s how:
Sweep metallic eye shadow over your eyelid. (Check out Lancome’s Sensational Effects Eye Shadow in Pose).
Or, if you want to add more colour, cover your upper eyelid in a colour that matches your outfit (pink, purple or green). Then add a dot of golden/ metallic eye shadow/ shimmer on the inner corners of your eyes.
Avoid pinks and purples; instead use an earthy lip colour and add a touch of gold (lip gloss or shimmer) only to the centre of your lips. (Try Avon lipsticks in metallic shades.)
Moms are bound to have lovely hair ornaments (like maang tikkas) they hardly wore. Borrow a gold-themed one for the wedding, while minimising other accessories (you don’t want to overdo the bling, right?).
Check your makeup in the mirror once, smile, and you’re set for the wedding. 🙂
Are you ready to go metallic for the next wedding?
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I did not really like Aishwarya’s look in ‘Guzaarish’, felt like she is looking old. Though in some scenes she does look good but she could have done much better.