The garments were the heroes of Fashion Week but could complementing hair and makeup be far behind? Celebrating the unsung heroes of Fashion Week, without the perfection of which the creations of these talent houses would never come across just as beautifully as they do.
It was a game of slick hairstyle and bold lippers for adding that high drama. Ounce of highlighter dabbed with a mix of balm and gloss notched up the gothic look.
Hemant and Nandita
The makeup artists created a fun old school look with chiseled hair. Nostalgia hit us back as a little school girl donning tight ponytails and braids leaving tresses and soft waves is never a bad idea. Totally loving the grunge look with plum and berry lip shades ruling the ramp.
Models at Akaaro showed us a fresh new way to do the bold brow trend. They wore a thin black line etched right above their brows and another one right under the lower lashes for maximum impact.
We love this 90’s inspired beauty look. Use your cool hair sliders on either side of the hair with a middle parting and keeping straight poker hair is never going out of fashion anytime soon. So, girls flaunt it like you own it.
Innovating and amazing hair trend as heir head curved and set around their face like vines with hair gel. The rest of the hair was pushed back into a bun. The tear line was lined with white followed by black.
A cool back combed puff at the top which went all the way back into a low ponytail. A dark eyeshadow in the shade of black with pale pink lips created the perfect canvas for the show.
Curly messy faux bobs at Payal Singhal and Nikasha. This season, short became the new long, especially if you can fake it. The cool short hair complemented the fluid silhouettes as well as the larger-than-life lehenga sets