We women love to dress up for any occasion, karvachauth is one such Indian festival where Indian women dress up like a bride again every year on this day in which they kept a whole day fast for the well-being and long life of their husband.
It is most popular in the northern region of India and by tradition does not eat anything till they see the moon. They all decked up like a newly married bride by putting henna and wearing a red outfit.
Here are few tips for this karwachauth that will make your long day fast into a smooth ride.
Choosing a right outfit:
Most of the women wear their wedding dress which is quite heavy and difficult to carry on whole day long, choosing a comfortable outfit should be your priority there is a number of option available like :
Pairing up straight kurta with palazzo.
Silk sari with golden zari work on it.
Crop top with banarsi skirt.
Or a simple red sari with mirror work in it will work wonderfully.
Skin care regime:
Make sure to take care of your skin couple of days before the main event as you’ll be not eating or drinking anything and that can show up on your skin too if possible be hydrated.
Get a facial that suits your skin type prior 3 days for that glow.
Choosing a hairstyle which you can carry whole day long is another important thing-to-do, go with the stylish braid or for a chic bun hairstyle which is in a trend also, bun hairstyle will be simple, easy to carry and will not irritate you.
Opt for simple yet classy makeup look:
Since your outfit will the star of the show opt for a simple classy look, which will not look overboard with your outfit. Go for nude makeup with soft smoky eyes and if you still want to add that glam go for red or bold lips.
Since you are already glam up a lot go minimal when it comes to jewelry traditionally all married women wear magalsutra, bangles, bindi, ring, and sindoor this will complete your look.
If you want to add a piece of jewelry to your look you can pair a gold choker necklace with magalsutra.
This is my pick-up to slay traditional look on this coming up karwachauth on 8th of October Sunday.