And there is no second thought about it. any festival is a reason for us to shop within whatever budget we are allotted, get all the matching ear rings, bangles, and even foot wear to our dress that we have planned to put on festival. Particularly if it is our most favorite festival, that is full of lights and colors, ‘Diwali’ our interest in getting ready increases to the core. Even today, on the occasion of ‘BhaiDooj’, we prefer celebrating the festival to the core. After all, festivals are definitely a reason to enhance our beauty and look more beautiful and special.
This festive season, here are some quick tips, that would add on to your look and make you look as an ‘Angel’ that you already are;
Chill; do not get enthusiastic, that you yourself could not handle the same. And at times, the more you think and work on grooming yourself, the more disaster it could be. So, simple just be yourself and think of being some more special.
Make sure your dress looks grand and special, at the same time elegant as well. You can for sure experiment with dark and bright colors. All those chamkies and kundan works on your dress and even the color of the dress, being a shaded one can go well with the festive mood. But make sure that your dress should definitely not dominate you.
Get rid of those studs from your ears, atleast today. In order to compliment your dress, it is necessary for you to make sure that your jewelry would complement your dress as well. So, be careful while choosing the festive jewelry.
Specs, that too on a party wears? Not good. If you can put on the contact lens then nothing like it. But, if you can’t manage without your specs and they are necessary to be on your face, then no heavy jewelry please. Atleast this way, you can make things does not look a bit more odd.
Experimenting with your lip color? If you are familiar with the same, than it is okay. But, after putting on the same, in case any second thoughts then do not even think twice to get back to your regular lip color. In the process of looking special, you should not project yourself as a complete different person.
Your hair style, that too while in a festival like ‘Diwali’ where you would be experimenting with crackers. In this scenario, it is very difficult to manage either loose hair, or too much of hair on your fore head. So, atleast while lighting the crackers or diyaas, make sure your hair is neatly tied.
As you know and we all have been hearing, while lighting crackers, it is better to wear cotton dress and cover your foot. Who said cottons would not look ‘in’? There are n number of readymade cotton Kurtis that you can team up with some trendy stole, that would suit the festive mood and is advisable to wear as well…
Enjoy this festive season!