Your appearance has a strong effect on representing your personality. The art of make up demands your creativity and imagination at each step. Many of the make up experts often neglect the fact that the make up should change in accordance with the attires that you have adorned. Here is the exclusive guide for you to make your make up perfect.
Saree make up
Saree is the modest and fabulous attire that any Indian woman loves to wear for any festive occasion. The glittering fabric that flows on the feminine body loses its charm, if adequate make up has not applied by the charmer. The make-up must be traditional, elegant and at the same time gorgeous.
You must not forget to have matching and glittering accessories for your saree. Start to put the make up before you wear theses accessories and saree. Follow the regular pattern like cleanser, foundation cream, toner etc. Do avoid really dark colour lipsticks and lip colours while you adorn the saree. It is suggestible to draw your lips with a light colour lip pencil and to apply the same lip shade in it. Now glow your lips with a dark colour lip-gloss.
The most accentuating feature on your face with a fabulous saree must be the eyes. If you want to be trendy in the traditional attire, try to change your eye colour with the matching contact lenses. Apply a matching eye shadow and blush for the effective make up. Draw your eyes as suitable with the shape of your face. Now, you can apply the eyeliner and mascara of the matching colours.
You must not forget the wonder of beautiful 'bindi" as you finish your make up. Always select the glittering, visible and matching bindi for your saree. The shape of the bindi must go along with the shape of your face. Now, get into the planned hairstyle as you are finishing the make up on your face.
The final touches for the make up while you wear you a saree, consists of the body art. You must not forget to repeat the toner that you have applied on face on your arms and neck too. Imprint some beautiful and removable tattoo on you palms or hands. Apply a matching nail polish on your nails.
This traditional make up can go along with lehangas, cholis and half sarees too. We will discuss the other aspects of matching your make up with marvelous attires in the forthcoming article.
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