My Wedding Day : My Khoobsurat Moment

 

Every girl dreams of looking beautiful on her wedding day. For me it was no different and when I look back at the Khoobsurat Moments in my life, my wedding festivities are at the top of my list. In the months leading up to the wedding, my mother and I planned the outfits, the jewelry and the other tiny details. And even though I wasn’t a very fussy bride and we were super quick with our shopping etc, I really looked forward to dressing up for the final day!

 

 

My Wedding Makeup - Breakdown
My Wedding Makeup

 

 

The few days before the wedding were spent in last minute beauty treatments. Every bride needs that pamper time to look her glowing best on the d-day! Apart from a facial and body polish/wax, I got my hair colored and that gave a beautiful rich color and lustrous sheen to my hair. Since I was planning on not wearing a dupatta/pallu on my head, it was essential to have my hair looking glossy and healthy. I’ve had some white strands near my forehead for a few years now and hair color is an essential beauty fix before any important event! I got my hair done at the salon before my wedding but for any other time, I rely on the L’Oreal Paris Casting Creme Gloss as its so easy and convenient to do yourself at home!

Read about my at-home hair coloring experience here. More info on the L’Oreal website here.

 

 

With my hair colored and treated to a hair spa, styling it was easy during the festivities. The stylist did my hair in a manner of minutes before the reception which was the main big event and I did my own makeup – choosing a simple, striking pairing of a bronze smokey eye with a rich red lip. My reception outfit was an embroidered red net sari with a blue velvet border embroidered with gold. I loved how it wasn’t too heavy but still looked bridal and festive. My husband had never seen me in a desi avatar and he hadn’t seen my outfit prior to the wedding. When he saw me for the first time on the wedding day, all decked up in red and gold with 4 inch heels to match, I had a memorable Khoobsurat moment as he complimented me! I’ll always remember his expression as he took in the details of my hair, jewelry, makeup, sari and gold heels and told me how beautiful I looked!

 

The next few hours were quite uncomfortable as I’m not used to such high heels and wearing a sari (the glaring lights on you don’t help!). But I got a lifetime’s worth of compliments from family members and wedding guests who showered me with attention and compliments on how lovely I looked. My wedding day is filled with Khoobsurat moments that I’ll always remember!

 

 

This post is written as part of the Say Yes to Color Campaign sponsored by L’Oreal Paris India. Visit Get The Look to know all about new hair trends and hairstyles. 

 

36 Comments

  1. you looked gorgeous on your wedding ankita 🙂 I wish i look beautiful too when the day comes 🙂
    I remember my cousin’s wedding where I wore dull purple color lehenga-saree with which i did sparkly silver eye makeup and kept my lips n*de peach..That was the time i got a lot of compliments. 🙂

  2. Hi Anikta.

    You looking really very pretty .. and you both look really good together. May god shower you with blessings.

  3. U look really beautiful in all the wedding pics… I wish if u also had worn a bridal chura like all the north Indian girls wear.. It's a craze among girls… Even small of my frndz think more abt their chura instead of their husband… 😉

  4. I looove the makeup you wore that day, Ankita! Indian weddings are by far the most mind-blowing ones I’ve seen. I mean, look at your sari and accessories! <3

  5. can u pls let me know whr u stitched ur blouses here in mumbai… m looking for a good tailor tooo.. pls pls reply back

      1. Thanks 🙂 i have stayed in thakur village for a year bt never came across dem.. bt vl surely check dem out now.. thanks a lot 🙂 🙂

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