Maharashtrian wedding is known for its integrity in India where most of weddings are huge affairs with bands, horns and revelry. They are rather kept simple with less of noise. They are less opulent and sumptuous in nature, kept economical. Most of the rituals are performed in the day time. The sari worn by the brides comes in colours like golden yellow, green with jari border. The sari traditionally is known as ‘paithani’. The jewellery worn is a perfect blend of gold and pearl. The brides ostentatiously display their traditional jewellery like ‘tushi’ and handmade ‘chudda’. The ‘chudda’ worn by Maharashtrian bride is very different from the typical ones worn by other brides of different cultures. The ‘chudda’ or bangles are of green in color.
We have discussed a lot about the commendable jewellery worn by the brides. Well I think now we should come to the makeup part and strictly adhere to it.
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So here is a small tutorial which will teach you how to do Maharashtrian bridal makeup.
How to do Maharashtrian bridal makeup:
- A good moisturizer
- Eye shadow
- Eye liner
- Compact powder/ loose powder
- Lip balm
- Lip gloss
- Lip liner
- Mogra flowers
A good facewash should be used to cleanse away the impurities and dirt from the face. Pat your face dry with a towel. Follow it by a good toner.
Apply a good moisturizer according to the skin type so that the skin is hydrated and there are no rough patches.
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A primer should be applied to the base for the makeup to stay for longer hours.
A good branded concealer should be applied to hide dark patches and imperfections. It should be applied around the eye, blemishes etc.
One should be very careful while choosing a good branded foundation. It should go with your skin tone. Generally one should take a tone higher than the skin color.
Foundation should be applied in dots in a circular motion. One can use rosewater in order to blend the foundation with the skin.