What are the trends that you fore­see in the up­com­ing bridal sea­son?

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Un­done buns, cen­tre-parted sweeps, breezy chignons, sul­try side braids and sleek up­dos are top styles for the sea­son.


Well-de­fined eyes, rosy cheeks, bold brows and bright lips are in. Work with smoky eyes with cop­per eye-shad­ows and peach lips for a look that works for an af­ter­noon or evening cer­e­mony. Swipe on a petal pink blush that’s just bright enough to draw at­ten­tion. Chan­nel the glam look with dark, well-groomed brows and a graphic or winged liner.

What are the things that a bride should con­sider while de­cid­ing upon her look for the D-day?

Your make-up should match your wed­ding style. If it’s a ca­sual day­time af­fair, opt for a light ap­pli­ca­tion of eye-shadow, eye­liner and mas­cara for your eyes, and a light shade of lip­stick. How­ever, if your wed­ding is a ballroom wed­ding at night, then by all means, go as dramatic as you want. Use prod­ucts that are long-last­ing and wa­ter­proof. An im­por­tant con­sid­er­a­tion is the fa­cial shape of each in­di­vid­ual while choos­ing a wed­ding hairdo. Your fa­cial shape will nat­u­rally de­ter­mine what types of ’do will best com­ple­ment your over­all

must be wa­ter­proof. Wed­dings will lead to teary eyes and the make-up artist must be pre­pared for the same. A clean base is very es­sen­tial to give the bride a nat­u­ral look. I be­lieve in en­hanc­ing the bride’s fea­tures in­stead of al­ter­ing them.

What is your sig­na­ture style? A clean face en­hanc­ing ei­ther the eyes or lips to create a state­ment! I love the smoky eye look along with its vari­a­tions. Tell us some­thing about your book — Bri­dalDiaries. With the bridal mar­ket grow­ing all over the world and the var­i­ous op­tions avail­able, today’s bride though aware of how she wants to look on her wed­ding day, needs a help­ing hand to take it fur­ther me­thod­i­cally.

Bridal Di­aries is a generic con­ver­sa­tional guide, which aids a bride’s jour­ney, mak­ing it sim­pler. She can learn about bridal back­ups for the wed­ding day, things to do months prior to the wed­ding, colours that suit her skin tone and face shape as well as sim­ple meth­ods of diet, yoga, fit­ness and med­i­ta­tion. This handy book acts as an all-round friend till your wed­ding and the days fol­low­ing it. Once the idea for the book was set, all it took was im­ple­men­ta­tion. The book’s de­signer, pho­tog­ra­pher, stylist and mod­els brought my dream to life. Which is your favourite look in the book? There isn’t re­ally a spe­cific look per say. How­ever, the con­tem­po­rary sec­tion of the book cov­er­ing five looks out of the 35, was the most fun at the con­cep­tu­al­i­sa­tion and ex­e­cu­tion stage. It pushed me and my team to think out of the box, yet main­tain­ing the tra­di­tional as­pect that any bride could iden­tify with.

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