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