Indian Bridal: Bridal Makeup, Dresses and Hairstyles
What can be greater than a wedding day for any bride? Starting from finding a perfect partner, to choosing an engagement ring, finalizing a wedding date and venue, getting the bridal trousseau in place, finding the best bridal makeup artists, choosing a mehndi artist, narrowing down on a bridal hairstyle, and so much more.
Imagine! There is so much pressure on the bride. As much as everyone asks the bride to relax, it is not as easy. She has to make sure all the above mentioned things are in place.
Wedding hairstyles is one big thing apart from the wedding lehengas and bridal makeup. These 3 important things can either break or make your look. Based on the bridal lehenga or bridal saree, the makeup has to be decided. The bridal makeup is generally done based on the lehenga colours so that each of these things co-ordinate each other. Next is the bridal jewellery. This has to match the hairstyle and also the dress. If the wedding blouse design is such that it has a high neck blouse pattern, then a long chain has to be worn or the neck must be kept bare. To balance that, earrings must be worn really heavy and the hair will need to be tired into an elaborate bridal hairstyle to highlight them.
Bridal shoes also need to be carefully handpicked. These must not be worn only on the big day. Bridesmaid hairstyles and bridal lingerie must not be ignored either.
A bride is requested to do one thing at a time so that she does not stress out. This beautiful phase of her life has to be a memorable one. Stay tuned on fashionlady.in for complete details.
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