Va­sudha Iyer, Bride-to be

Hair - - Beauty Cover Story -

Ini­tial Dis­cus­sions...

A Pref­er­ences, past works and price; some­one who un­der­stands my likes and dis­likes. Also, the kind of prod­ucts they use; as I am a ve­gan, I had to check if the prod­ucts used by my MUA are cru­elty-free. A On Trial Ses­sions... If not mul­ti­ple tri­als, check if the MUA is open to at least one trial ses­sion. You must know whether a look you’ve cho­sen for your spe­cial day ac­tu­ally works for you.

Skin Prep Time...

A The ear­lier the bet­ter. Not to get worked up think­ing about ‘bri­dal glow’. A sim­ple and reg­u­lar cleans­ing­ton­ing-mois­tur­is­ing rou­tine would do.

De­cid­ing the D-Day Look...

A Whether it’s an in­door or an out­door wed­ding helps in de­cid­ing how heavy/light the ap­parel and make-up should be. My tra­di­tional wed­ding rit­u­als will in­volve chang­ing into mul­ti­ple saris in short spans. My MUA should en­sure that my hair and make-up match all the saris. Need­less to say, the hair should be styled ac­cord­ingly as well.

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