Who doesn’t love to be a Bangali girl?
The elegance, the culture, the grace is infallible.
And what makes a Bangali girl more prominent than anything else?
Yes! A Saree!
This time I tried a look based on Bangali culture (Bengali).
Have a look:
How do you feel about this?
Simple yet prismatic! Not a lot of make up but still eye catching.
This is a festive look and will mostly go with religious ceremonies. The favourite combination of the Bengalis for any religious occasion is red and white. I ditched it with a combo of red and green.
This extremely radiant look is not a very big deal though!
For the make up- I used a branded compact face powder of a light shade and contoured my cheeks very lightly with a branded embre blusher.
For the eyes I used a voluming mascara (Branded) and pressed a little bit golden shimmer at outer ends and a light tint of red eyeshadow at the inner ends of my eyes to create a focus on my eyeballs. I mixed it up with an eye shadow brush.
I used an extremely matte red lip crayon to make my lips vibrant. (Branded)
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Completed the whole look with a red vermillion dot or velet dot (Bindi) in the middle of my forehead to complete the look.
The saree is a south cotton one of bottle green colour with red border and golden zari work. To match on I wore a red cotton sleeveless blouse with it.
I have a maroon nail paint on my nails.
The earings I wore are called Kundan jhumkas. They are basically traditional Rajasthani artwork. I love them a lot personally.
I wore a minakari metal bangle in one hand.
And my hair was left open into curls. Blow dry helped a lot!
I even tried tying it once!
Hope you liked this look!
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