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Marriages are like a festival in India. Chacha, Chachi, Bua,Maasi and distant cousins, all come together to be a part of the celebration. Most of us want a big lavish wedding. And, this dream starts right from the moment we see those beautiful weddings in our very own Bollywood movies.
There is nothing more splendid on the silver screen than a beautiful actress walking down the aisle in a breathtaking bridal look. And, the way these ladies look goregous on-screen, what with their flawless makeup, beautiful done up eyes and perfectly coloured lips.
And yes, no Bollywood movie is complete without a wedding and a fine-looking bride.
Well, here we have listed some attractive brides from Bollywood who are everyone’s inspiration for a dream wedding look.
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan looked breathtakingly beautiful as a bride in the movie Jodhaa Akbar, where she played the royal Rajput queen (from Rajasthan) married to the Mughal Emperor, Akbar. Aishwarya’s simple makeup that lets her flawless beauty shine through, complemented her heavy jewellery and costume quite well. To get this look, go with minimal amount of concealer and foundation. Choose a light eyeshadow or you can skip it too. Apply black gel eyeliner on the upper lash line, put on mascara and finish the look with grapefruit pink lipstick with just a hint of shimmer.
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Rani Mukerji in Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna wore a heavily embroidered red lehenga with complementing jewellery and a very minimal makeup. She had applied a medium layer of thin liquid foundation, and a layer of sheer coloured powder for a matte finish. Smokey eyes (done up by acclaimed makeup artist, Mickey Contractor), hazel-coloured lenses and nude coloured lipstick completed her angelic look. Her look in this movie is much desired among many Indian brides.
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Deepika Padukone, who played a South Indian girl in Chennai Express, looked very pretty in her simple Kanjeevaram silk saree and a light makeup. Her makeup consisted of a thin layer of foundation, tinted moisturiser along with concealer under her eyes, and a ginger bronze blush on her cheekbones that gave her skin a matte look. Her eyes were done up with a brown-coloured eyeshadow, contoured with its darker shade, a black gel liner over her upper lash line and a mascara. The look was completed by a peachy brown lipstick. And, we must say, she managed to make many hearts skip a beat with this look.
The white dress with shades of plum and green, gorgeously designed by Manish Malhotra in Veer-Zaara, gave Priety a very decent yet graceful look. But her makeup was nothing less than stunning. The most attractive part of her get up were her eyes. To get this look, line your lower water line with a black gel eyeliner, apply a chocolate gold eyeshadow, and put on a thick line of eyeliner over your upper lash line. Complete your look with a peachy brown shade of lipstick.
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It is difficult to choose an orange anarkali for a bride and even more difficult to put on the perfect makeup, but Kareena managed to do both expertly and how. Apply a layer of liquid foundation and warm peach blush on your cheekbones, draw a line on your lower water line with a black eye pencil. Now, put on black gel liner on your lash line, and extend it outwards to draw a wing. Apply a peachy beige-coloured eyeshadow over your eyelids, and finish your look with a peachy beige lipstick.
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The designers and makeup artists gave these divas such a breathtaking makeover that inspired the looks of many real life brides. And now, you too can take a clue and don makeup like these stunning actresses and look lovely on your wedding.
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