South Indian Bridal Look , created by Ms. Naina Singh as part of the professional Makeup and Hairstyle course recently during the workshop at JD Institute of Fashion Technology. The 2 day workshop included both South Indian Bridal look and Muslim Bridal Look, helping the students understand the fundamentals of makeup and hairstyle. The workshop included demonstrations and makeup photoshoot of the look helping the students understand better.
As part of the look, the garments and jewellery colour choices were done according to what is usually worn by the South Indians. Keeping this in mind, the base/ foundation was kept extremely natural and subtle as the focus of this particular look was more on the outfit, hair, jewellery and hair accessories. The prepping of the skin, being the most essential part of the look for building up an entire look was done at the beginning. The base was kept subtle by using cream and liquid products the mostly and setting the face only in areas which required cream base.
The eye makeup was again kept simple and subtle, by letting the outfit speak for the look. The makeup included a full glam cut crease, as it changes the natural shape of the eyes into a visual illusion of almond shaped eye. Glitter was being used along the crease line and the inner corner of the eyelid. The look was highlighted with a typical South Indian Bridal eyeliner, to get the almond shaped eye effect in the outer corner of the eye. Moderate yet not so heavy lashes were used to enhance the look. Lastly, the colour of the lipstick was chosen that complimented the blouse and the skin complexion of the model.
The hairstyle was created by keeping all the hair away from the face, hence tied up by a donut bun behind along with the traditional South Indian Hairstyle with the beautiful hair accessories. The bun was later tied up with a bunch of artificial flowers complimenting the outfit.
South Indian Bridal Look, was curated by the guest faculty with at most attention given to detailing of the look and helping the students gain a wide understanding of creating various makeup looks. This workshop was conducted as part of the Diploma in Makeup and Hairstyle Artistry Course.