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5 bridal beauty lessons to learn from Patralekhaa Paul – Vogue India

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Celebrity weddings tend to be somewhere between avant-garde and traditional affairs behind a string of secret ceremonies–Rajkummar Rao and Patralekhaa Paul's nuptials were no different. As our screens flooded with inside shots from their all-white engagement party to the timeless traditional wedding, all eyes were on the bride. If you're a minimalist yet prefer a bold beauty moment take these notes from Patralekhaa. 
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A feline flick was the bride's fail proof weapon at the white laden engagement party. To complement her ivory white gown with handcrafted silver kasbah corset by label Jade by Monica and Karishma, her makeup artist Vidhi Salecha Punjabi decided to pick the fail proof black eyeliner with a glitter eyeshadow. 
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On your wedding day it's easy to go overboard with makeup, and often it can stem from not planning your beauty look beforehand. While it may sound obvious–but use your outfit as a starting point. If you're going for a traditional red like Patralekhaa, remember to keep your makeup understated– glowy foundation, shimmery eyeshadow, natural brows and a bold lip are classics for a reason. 
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Amalgamating her Bengali roots with chandan bindi artistically drawn across her forehead, Patralekhaa's reminds all brides-to-be to bring their heritage front and centre this season. Paired with clean skin, maximum lashes and a bold pink lip, her look makes a case for balancing your makeup elements. If you'd rather pick a smoky eye for drama, it's better to go for a nude lip to tie everything together. 
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When it comes to hair– it can make or break a look. While a cocktail party or reception may give you room to experiment with flowing straight or curled stresses, when it comes to the d-day it's best to stick with the fuss-free up-do. Beyond being the practical hairstyle, it's allows more focus to your facial features. 
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Accessories can be tricky when it comes down to the ensemble. From the jewellery to heavy dupatta with your saree or lehenga, you need a weightless addition to add that old-world charm in your final look. And for Patralekhaa nothing did the job better than fresh mogra flowers tied in circles on the bun. Remember– it's not about the quantity of your accessories but their mindful placement that will elevate your look and of course photos!  
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