Community Bridal Looks By Lakmé Salon - Part II
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Lakmé Salons, in association with renowned make-up artist Cory Walia, presents more community bridal looks in 'Beautiful Brides', a compilation of nine different community-specific looks to put together the perfect look for your wedding.
The vivacity of a Sikh bride can be brought about by accentuating the cheeks with a radiant glow. Blend in hued shades of silver, green and pink. With a thin black line, emphasise your lashes to define them. For the finishing touches, pat on a pink lip colour, tie your hair in a sagar choti with the traditional parandhi.
The demure Bengali bride looks her traditional best with deep-set kohl-laden eyes. Dab extensive amount of mascara to highlight the lashes and highlight the beautiful Bengali eyes with deep eyeliner. Hints of gold and bronze on the cheeks give her a delicate blush which should be accentuated with deep maroon on her lips. Her hair an elaborate big bun adds the finishing touches to her look.
Deep shades of crimson and tones of bronze are the perfect foundation for a Kannada bride. Glossy maroon lips, golden eyes and thick lashes add to her exotic charm. To best compliment your exotic looks, tie a French roll and let the hair fall down in a beautiful plait. Adorn the braid with traditional jasmine flowers and subtle hair accessories.
A slight tint of rosy blush is just right for the graceful Marwari bride. Cover your eyelids in shades of gold and brown, with a metallic shade of gold for the eyebrows. A shade of warm copper for the lips will be a perfect accomplice for this look. A simple bun embellished with pretty adornments would be the perfect hairdo to compliment the look.
Eternal and resplendent like the pages of history with scarlet hints that delicately adorn her demure face. For the Real Awadhi bride, the eyes are given a mystical appeal with a blend of copper and green eye shadow. They are highlighted with a light stroke of kohl on the lower eyelid. The lips are given a glossy touch and the extra gloss is dabbed off. The classic mangteeka rests on her sleek blow-dried hair, with a straight middle parting at the front. The hair at the back is neatly plaited and bejeweled with hair adornments.
She stands for a bold, vibrant individuality enveloped in the subtle graces of an age-old tradition. The eyes are done up in blends of baked purple lining the inner side of the eyelids with dull gold. They are finished off with a thick stroke of kohl and a generous dash of mascara. Pick a soft shade of candy shine for the lips. Sleek blow-dried hair, with a straight middle parting tucked into a front semi-puff that ends in a bejeweled bun at the back.
A QUICK LOOK AT THE OTHER SERVICES
In order to meet the requirements of the brides, Lakmé Salons also have a dedicated bridal section. Brides can experience an entire gamut of beauty services to ensure they are fully prepared for their big day, from basic services to advanced treatments for hair and skin. In fact, Lakmé Salon offers their ‘glimpse service’ where brides can have a trial session to get a first-hand experience of their wedding day look. Get in touch with the bridal consultants at Lakmé Salons to get customised services as per your wedding demands. If this does not satiate you, Lakmé Salon experts and their team can over to your place or the venue of your wedding to give you a queen-like treatment.
As a young girl readies herself to enter a new phase of her life, let Lakmé Salons guide you through in a manner that will lead you to a beautiful ever after. Pamper, indulge and doll up for a new, gorgeous you...