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South Indian Bridal Look Workshop was held as part of the professional Makeup and Hairstyle course recently during the workshop at JD Institute of Fashion Technology. The session was presided by Ms. Radha, a seasoned Makeup Artist and Hairstylist. The workshop comprised of trends, techniques and elements used for a Bridal Look which included demonstrations and makeup photoshoot of the look helping the students understand better.South Indian Bridal Look Workshop south indian bridal look workshop - eye makeup - South Indian Bridal Look Workshop

The Bridal Look consisted of flawless makeup by using cream-based foundation with metallic rose gold eyes and extended eyelashes with winged eyeliner. A minimalistic look was created by keeping the liner the point of emphasis. The prepping of the skin, being the most essential part of the look for building up an entire look was done at the beginning and the cheeks have been accentuated with a dash of pink rouge for the flushed look which is further complemented with a pink- red lipstick. South Indian Bridal Look Workshop south indian bridal look workshop - hairstyle - South Indian Bridal Look Workshop

Typical south India braid extension was used to create the hairstyle and Orchids were used in white and violet to match the blouse of the saree. The bun and plaids accentuates the look with flowers and gold embellishments. The Hairstyle is perfect for a minimal look and portrays pure elegance by creating a modern statement. South Indian Bridal Look Workshop south indian bridal look workshop - draping  - South Indian Bridal Look Workshop

The dual coloured silk saree is intricately designed with broad borders and the right amount of sheen. The outfit and the jewellery were more on the warmer side complementing the warm undertone of the model. The elements of the look included a detailed intricate temple jewellery, Kamarband, for the pallu to be held in place, a distinctive Maang Tikka has been used , Layered Necklaces, bangles and a small Nath. The overall look upholds the essence of a South Indian Bride. South Indian Bridal Look Workshop south indian bridal look workshop - complete look - South Indian Bridal Look Workshop

South Indian Bridal Look, was created by the guest faculty with at most attention, 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.

South Indian Bridal Look Workshop

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