Ed­i­tor’s let­ter

Hair - - Editor's Letter -

Dear Reader,

Given the In­dian tra­di­tion of hav­ing a mahu­rat for mar­riage, this time of the year is con­sid­ered the wed­ding sea­son. And given the scale at which wed­dings are cel­e­brated in In­dia, it is only wise to call it a dif­fer­ent sea­son al­to­gether. As a bride-to-be sys­tem­at­i­cally ticks off her to-do list of trousseau shop­ping, jew­ellery se­lec­tion, hon­ey­moon plan­ning et al, she is most wor­ried about her fi­nal wed­ding day look. It is her hair­dresser who puts her at ease with a metic­u­lously planned hair­care sched­ule, a se­ries of meet­ings for se­lect­ing the right hairdo to com­ple­ment her at­tire and sug­gest­ing the ap­pro­pri­ate post-wed­ding rou­tine for her. You know your groom­ing is sorted when your hairdo and make-up is taken care of by ex­perts.

With bridal tales as our theme for this is­sue, we aim to pro­vide each bride-to-be with the right ad­vice on what’s trend­ing in hair colour and styling, and to give her a com­plete up­date on hair­care. This is­sue is also a guide for the hair­dresser to help the bride se­lect her styles and looks for wed­ding and pre-wed­ding func­tions. Turn over to our fea­ture The wed­ding saga to know more about bridal hairstyling. You won’t want to miss our cover fea­ture wherein we ex­plore the cre­ativ­ity of Saloni Arora, Cre­ative Di­rec­tor, Makeup Mafia. We also have a hair­care cal­en­dar in place for you to help you prep up your tresses for the D-day.

Our beauty sec­tion, too, is full of bridal ideas — from skin­care and ex­pert ad­vice to make-up and ramp looks. With the bridal tales is­sue by your side, there will be no dearth of ideas for the bride-to-be, whether it’s a toned down look for her mehndi func­tion or a re­gal avatar for her re­cep­tion party.

Your jour­ney is about to be­gin... make and look like a bride ev­ery day of your life.

your groom­ing com­pan­ion

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