Glow­ing with love

The big fat In­dian wed­ding is be­hind you. Now it’s time to in­dulge in to­geth­er­ness. Yes, we mean the hon­ey­moon. Keep look­ing your best as you be­gin a new life of love and hap­pi­ness.

Hair - - October - Text Erum Ali Qureshi

Keep look­ing gor­geous on your hon­ey­moon

A s you un­wind at some ex­otic lo­ca­tion, you re­alise that your skin needs as much at­ten­tion as your new hus­band. Here’s what you can do to man­age your skin and do won­ders with your make-up to look your best for the hon­ey­moon photo-ops.

Re­mem­ber that less is more. The idea of a hon­ey­moon is to re­lax and get know your part­ner bet­ter; not to spend hours in front of the mir­ror while your bet­ter half is bored to tears. Fol­low a skin­care regime on your hon­ey­moon, but when it comes to make-up, know when to stop.

Some tips for ef­fec­tive yet min­i­mal makeup. On a clean face be­gin with an un­der-eye con­cealer, fol­lowed by a light base.

Brunch by the pool side:

Lin­ing your lower eyes with white pen­cil cre­ates a clear bright look, which makes your eyes ap­pear big­ger, loads of mas­cara, a swipe of gloss for ef­fort­less wow.

Party on the beach:

Scrunch your hair to get the bed head look, brush a bronzer along your cheek bones, a long-last­ing lip­stick in coral and you’re set to create waves.

Can­dle-lit din­ner:

Bring on the rosy blush, crim­son lips and dramatic eye make-up with eye-liner, mas­cara and eye-shadow. Sit back and watch him melt.

For the per­fect photo ops against pic­turesque moun­tains:

De­fine your eyes well with a liner/eye pen­cil, suck in your cheeks and smudge some cream blush in the hol­lows for a chis­eled look and fi­nally top off your pout with gloss.

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