Witness Avleen Bansal’s makeup finesse at PB Delhi show


Avleen Bansal from Make-up Studio enlightens us with what’s in store for us at Professional Beauty India, Delhi show.

What are you going to present at PB Delhi show?

I am going to present a highly glamorous makeup look inspired by the haute couture fashion weeks. This look can be worn by anyone who has a sense of fashion and wants to turn up heads in this coming wedding season. I have combined my personal style with the ongoing trends to create this ultra glam look.

What’s trending for A/W 2019?
Bold and sultry are the two words which describe the coming A/W makeup trends. Along with monochromatic makeup looks with deep hues, neon’s and glitter sprinkled eyes are up on the trend.

What’s out of vogue?
Well, I think at this particular time we come across makeup looks which are either very creative with intricate details or just a No makeup kind of look. This really gives you a chance to experiment with a broad range of creativity.

What would you say is the USP of Make-up Studio?
Make-up Studio brand is itself a USP for a professional make-up artist working in the fastest growing beauty industry. Another USP is unparalleled customer service and the programs run by Make-up Studio Training Center that has set the standards in the field of makeup education across the country.

What new things can we expect from your brand in the near future?
We bring new launches every season and you can expect new additions in eye shadows, lip colors and airbrush range of Make-up Studio.

What are your thoughts on cruelty-free makeup in India?
Choosing cruelty-free make-up brands that are not tested on animals plays an important role in whether an animal will be harmed or spared. In 2015, PETA filed a petition against the cosmetics maker, slamming the company for animal-testing and switching to sophisticated alternatives like testing on human cells and tissues, and incorporating advanced computer-modeling techniques. India has opened its cosmetic industry to incorporate a range of sensitized products. Indeed, Indian consumers not only just care about a particular shade of lipstick that suits them, but also about how that lipstick is made and whether it’s cruelty-free or not.

Along with this thought in mind, we look forward to brushing up our makeup skills as Avleen will step onto the stage, giving the audience a delightful experience.

Written by Purnima Vasaikar


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