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.
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