Friday, November 24, 2017

On 7:41 PM by Hira Tabassum in , ,    No comments
Look the best on your wedding this season with this thorough makeup guide by Natasha!

Everyone wants to look and feel good on their wedding and Natasha Khalid surely knows how to make that happen! The makeup guru has produced hundreds of breathtaking brides and continues to enchant us even now with the skill of her hands. She wants you to look the best on your wedding and has the perfect guide for the favorite look of the season! Read below to find out what types of makeup looks she recommends for each one of your wedding days!

Barat is definitely the most daring of all the wedding days! Natasha wants you to stay true to the traditional wedding vibe and go for bold, statement making red shades. Contour your lips with a darker hue to add dimension. For the brows, team Natasha is favoring Instagram worthy bold shapes and colors. The eyes are very traditional with the infamous smokey as the favorite option and the gold glitter accents help to uplift the entire look. Kohl rimmed eyes finish the look.

If you are a Valima, or engagement bride, Natasha wants you to keep it soft, romantic and ethereal for the season. Opt for soft pink or nude pouts and complement them with silver eyes and the 100 watt glowing skin to maintain the subtlety. Keep the hair down in loose waves to maintain the whimsy and romance.

Mehndi allows one to play with colors. Opt for playful hues to complement the color and festivities of the day. Go for Fuchsia or coral lips to embrace the Playfulness and vibrancy of the event as exhibited by team Natasha above. To complement the look, Natasha opted for gold glittery eyes and pulled the look together with her infamous #100wattskin 

For the Nikkah ceremony, Natasha recommends a subtle, romantic look done in soft peach eyes that she paired with a glowing skin and nude lips. The focus should be on maintaining the innocence and keeping to a natural look in keeping with the vibe of  the ceremony. This is a look, you can easily pull off at home yourself, if you are getting ready by yourself on your Nikkah or engagement. 

The next and final look, presented by the makeup maestro and her team was an alternative mehandi look that could also be worn for a dholki event too. This look favored champagne colored, kohl rimmed eyes along with a fuchsia pout. And hint of color on the cheeks with a healthy skin was all it took to complete the look. 

Finally, it is important to keep in mind that while professional tips and guidance helps, opt for products and colors that you like best or you think will look good on you. Nothing is better than your own choice. Wear what you want to wear! Afterall, you only get married once!

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