Ex­u­ber­ant el­e­gan­cence

Nachiket Barve and nd Lakmé Sa­lons come me to­gether to cre­ate e run­way magic

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How did you blend the beauty looks with Nachiket’s col­lec­tion?

Sushma: We cre­ated the beauty looks keepingeping in mind our mu­tual sen­si­bil­i­ties of the mod­ern ern In­dian bride. Bal­anc­ing the hair and make-up with th the clothes, we en­sured that the colour palet­tete had hues of metal­lic gold and light shades of berry that com­ple­mented the en­sem­bles.

Heena: The del­i­cate halo braids on the hairair were crafted to bring the en­tire look into har­mony ony and re­flect a bride’s time­less beauty.

The colour pal­ette had hues of metal­lic gold and light shades of berry that com­ple­mented the en­sem­bles.

How can these trends be adapted to suit the In­dian fes­tive sea­son? Any tips to make the looks wear­able?

Heena: The looks show­cased here are el­e­gant to wear for any func­tion and there­fore ex­tremely func­tional. Braids are ver­sa­tile in na­ture, so one can opt for halo braids or side-braids with soft waves, de­pend­ing on the oc­ca­sion.

Sushma: The holo­graphic high­lights for your cheeks and coloured graphic lin­ers with metal­lic re­flects for your eyes can be worn for any func­tion, dur­ing the day or in the night. They are ver­sa­tile to wear and should be on your list of trends to try this fes­tive sea­son.

Please share a look break­down for our read­ers to try.

Sushma: To achieve this run­way look, opt for a con­cealer and foun­da­tion that matches your skin colour. Blend it well to achieve a flaw­less base. Next, use a metal­lic gold liner on your eyes to give them an ethe­real look. Add to your cheeks by us­ing a holo­graphic high­lighter along with a light blush to make the skin look lu­mi­nous. Fin­ish by adding some colour to your pout by opt­ing for a light shade of berry lip colour.

What hot hair and beauty trends can we ex­pect to see in au­tumn/win­ter ’17?

Sushma: This year’s Show Stop­ping Bridal Col­lec­tion look book has all the trends you should be wear­ing this fes­tive sea­son. You can ex­pect to see make-up with holo­graphic high­lights and pris­matic hues. For the eyes, we have used tech­niques like tech­ni­color and in­ter­rupted lin­ers to ac­cen­tu­ate them yet keep them min­i­mal. A few more high­lights are the beau­ti­ful Sun­set and Rose Gold eyes that will add el­e­gance and a pop of colour to your look.

Heena: The look book also has elab­o­rate hair trends like Smock­ing, S-waves and Corn­rows that will al­low any bride to look ef­fort­lessly stylish. with Lakmé Sa­lon’s back­stage ex­perts has given me great sup­port as the hair and make-up for my show turned out to be just sim­ply stun­ning and fit­ting for a Nachiket Barve bride.

What was the cre­ative thought be­hind this col­lec­tion?

The col­lec­tion ‘THEIA’ is in­spired by the Greco-Ro­man God­desses, like Aphrodite, Hera, Gaia, Artemis and Athena. It cel­e­brates fem­i­nin­ity that is strong, in­di­vid­u­al­is­tic and time­less. Im­bu­ing the dif­fer­ent qual­i­ties of these God­desses, the col­lec­tion is a jux­ta­po­si­tion of fem­i­nine and soft de­tail­ing with the tough­ness and metal­lic sheen of a war­rior’s ar­mour. Greek drap­ery, the Toga, pan­elled skirts, bias cut­ting and capes that graze the shoul­ders form some of the key el­e­ments of the col­lec­tion. The sil­hou­ettes in the range at­tempt to find mean­ing and rel­e­vance for the clothes be­yond fes­tive oc­ca­sions by let­ting the wearer mix and match and wear the state­ment sep­a­rates in ex­cit­ing new ways.

The holo­graphic high­lights for your cheeks and coloured graphic lin­ers with metal­lic re­flects for your eyes can be worn for any func­tion, dur­ing the day or in the night.

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