So here I’ve let the punjabi inside me to unleash. I almost named the makeup look – Sardarni Hair Bun! Almost all the Parminders and Simrans sport this bun. And I really don’t know how to make it. I just don’t comb my hair for 2 days and…..get the hair bun! Sardarnis makeup it super cool by twisting their hair in knots without using a single hair pin. See I don’t know how to do it and nor is this post a tutorial on it. I secure mine with a clutch and basically sport it all summer.
But looking at these photos, I was reminded of high street tea parties with ladies in high buns (almost pointing towards the north pole) carrying their newest LV at that perfect angle (ouuch my arms hurt after just even thinking about it). Now move this high society party to India in an elite and expensive restaurant in Chandigarh or Ludhiana and you have cracked the look of the day!
Sardarni girls have beautiful skin and hair. So throw in loads of highlighter, a coloured winged eye liner, bright pink lips, big hoops or jhumkas (like the ones I showed you in this street post) and you are ready to
do gidda rock.
Makeup Breakdown of the look:
Face: Lakme Invisible Finish Foundation, Lakme Absolute Night Sheer Blush
Lips: L’Oreal Pink Passion
See I told you in this lipstick review that I will show you how the bright pastel pink lipstick looks on me. Well here it is. This is the actual colour that turns up on my lips. I’m not wearing heavy eye makeup and it still works. And the Lakme Absolute Blush is so good. I’m not wearing any highlighter, its the blush imparting the glow. Btw the makeup here is very similar to my previous LOTD
PS – Ignore my tanned arms. Sleeveless + sun can do this to you and no amount of sunscreen can control it!