The Navratri festival is celebrated with great fervour in the country, where people dance and dress up to their best. In order to turn heads during the festivities, wear bright colours and avoid using cakey make-up for dandiya nights, says an expert.
Bhavya Chawla, chief stylist, Voonik, an online stylist-handpicked apparel store, has shared some tips to look the best during the occasion.
– Always think bright colours: Indian festivities always call for a riot of bright colors. For us, colours express joy and what better way to bring Navratri! So bring out all the scarlets and the fuchsias to maek a statement.
– Limit the layers of make-up: With dandiya comes night long therapies of dancing, and, of course, the inevitable nightmare of profuse sweating! So make sure you keep the make-up to a bare minimum because the sweat makes excessive make-up pile on in forms of ugly cakes. Waterproof make-up however can be your saviour in this department.
Say no to high-heels: In the risk of stating the obvious, let us take a brief moment and warn you against those sky-high heels for dandia nights! Dancing the night away would require comfortable flats. Try juttis or the comfy kolhapuris!