Here comes an end to the Holy Ramadan month and this day is called Eid-ul-fitr.
Aap Sabhi ko Eid Mubarak!
This is a season of shopping, people go crazy because this is a day to wear the grand yet fabulous dresses and look your best, and arguably this is one of that rare festivals where instead of opting the latest brands in the market, people, especially ladies go old school and engage with couture tailors to stitch them outfits filled with grandeur and combine luxury with aesthetics. Here I have collaborated with two of the most dedicated people: Qanitah Ali who did my makeup & dress, on the other hand I had Divya Madishetty who was directing the on screen section.
This is a Nawabi look with a perfect festival gaze…. I have never had such a makeup on my face. The makeup was more concentrated towards eye and it has more of the bridal touch. I am not a very heavy makeup lover but here is when Qanitah told me the process and whether a person needs more of concealer and foundation to hide those blemishes and pigmentation. For me I had one major concern and that was my dark circles, yes I do have that.
Since, it was more of a festival look she wanted to show a heavy finish with makeover, she got me Pink designer Shararah from Hasrat Couture (Page tagged on my Insta images). The dress was of satin fabric with nice multicolour lace attached to it and bottom had multicoloured fabric….. To give it a perfect look, the magic was done by the jewellery I wore from Hyderabadi Zever (Page tagged on my Insta image). I had a lovely time getting my makeover done with the below mentioned people involved in this project.
Look Book Deets:
Makeup– Qanitah Ali
Bridal Couture– Hasrat Bridals
Jewellery– Hyderabadi Zever
Shot by– Divya Madishetty
You guys can check out my Instagram feed to know about pages I mentioned above. Contact them for any of your requirements.
Love Blink 😉