The year 2020 witnessed wedding celebrations in a new avatar – the virtual way! But now, with relaxation in state and civic rules, the virtual approach has started withering away. The new approach has been small and close-knit weddings, a complete contrast to the traditional Indian concept of a “big wedding” that welcomed guests in huge gatherings and in complete glitz and glamour.
This week, Avleen Bansal, Bridal Make-up Artist and Head Trainings, Make-up Studio, shares her make-up choice for a home wedding celebration.
Avleen Bansal, Head Trainings, Make-up Studio Professional Amsterdam, completed her formal training in Comprehensive Make-up Artistry from Make-Up Studio Training Center in the year 2013, and since then, has been an integral part of the organisation. Avleen educates the next generation of make-up artists and conducts seminars pan-India. She has developed a keen eye for colour composition, and artistic trends. She will inspire you to go beyond the ordinary while introducing some ideas that you can put into practice in your own work. Her style is freehand, just like how a painter works on a canvas, which makes her work seamlessly from one style to other.
Looking regal on your wedding day is the dream of every bride. This make-up look is inspired by the choices of the modern Indian bride. The colour combination of warm and cool tones can be worn perfectly on any complexion. The cut-crease style for the eyes makes them more appealing and give a wider look. The complexion is kept rosy and fresh with a neutral pout.
Stay tuned to this space for more bridal looks for this 2020-2021 wedding season.