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Style guide for celebrating Durga Puja

  • Staff Correspondent
  • 12 October, 2021 12:00 AM
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Style guide for celebrating Durga Puja
Model : Antora

When with the heady scent of the sheuli flowers, mesmerizing sight of the proliferating kaash flowers dancing in the breeze and beautiful blue sky speckled with cottony clouds autumn declares its arrival, the countdown for Sharodio Durgotshob began.

The sheer grandeur and elegance of the occasion makes it all the more worthwhile. How can anybody lag behind on this momentous occasion of festivities and celebrations?

Apart from performing the rituals with solemn respect, devotees never miss to take all out preparations for the colourful festival. Trends change but traditions remain the same. Keeping that in mind, Mim Sabrin Bridal Studio brings some exciting style tips with a modern twist for Durga Puja.

Saptami’s outfit:

On the morning of the Saptami, the outfit can be soft and festive. Pink blush-on and light bronzer look with matching base makeup with skin tone will bring a natural fresh look. Eyeliner with golden eye shadow, red tip with thick kajal under the eyes and red lipstick will highlight the beauty of the whole outfit.

Ashtami’s plan:

Ashtami’s outfit must be gorgeous. Many wear colourful sari while others feel comfortable to traditional white in Ashtami. Whatever the colour of your sari is you can go with the latest trendy cut crease eye look.

Brown-golden cut crease look with base makeup with matching the skin tone will look equally beautiful on the eyes of women of all ages and colours.

A drawn eye liner and a thick kajal line under the eyes will complere the puja makeover. There can be red tip and lipstick according to your choice. You can curl your hair and wear a messi bun. Adding artificial or fresh flowers on hair will bring out the vibrant festiveness.

Nabami is to look different:

On the morning of the Nabami, after Puja and Anjali, everyone goes out for a walk. You can decorate yourself this day in a little different way.  Light pitch or pink blush-on with natural base and light bronzer, put on some highlighter as you like.

You can do a colourful glitter cut crease on the eyes, along with 60's style eye liner. On this day, you can wear nude kajal inside your eyes and light brown shadow below. A small tip with matching lipstick will complement your attire. You can twist your hair up with a little puff and put a flower on the bun.

Go with traditional look on Dashami:

Dashami means a mixed feeling of joy and sorrow. Apart from the sorrow of saying good bye to the deity, it is the day of ultimate celebration of victory. White sari with red border will make your outfit traditional yet gorgeous while playing with vermilion.

You can do coral or peach colour blush-on and sharp contrasting with matching natural base makeup to bring a deity like look on your face.

The latest trend in eye makeup is Black Smokey Eyes with traditional drawn eye liner. Kajal darkened under the eyes. Red lipstick on the lips, a red tip on the forehead, flowers wrapped in bun and Alta painted hands will bring perfection to your outfit.

No matter you if you wear a katan or cotton sari; this outfit will go perfectly with any style.