I have always admired theme based classic movies and the characters that take these films to an iconic status. This Hritik Roshan- Aishwarya Rai starring Jodha Akbar is one of them. The beautiful Rajput princess has been known in history as Emperor Akbar’s wife but she was something more than that. She has been known for her brevity and valor and the way she carried herself on the throne.
Anyways Aishwarya looks stunning in the movie. In the past she did costume movies like Devdas where she donned some absolutely gorgeous looks and she has again made a statement in Jodha Akbar.
Director Ashutosh Govarikar had stressed on the no-liner look and whatever you say she looks amazing. Her makeup artist has taken immense efforts to keep this look same all over the movie and the results are of a gorgeous princess who unknowingly makes a place in your hearts.
To do this look we’d be needing the following stuff: -
-Shiseido’s Dual Foundation
-MAC Cosmetics Studio Fix powder foundation
-Shiseido Accentuating stick in S3 Glistening flush and S4 Rouge flush
-Lancôme Art liner in Black
-Lancôme Virtuose mascara
-Shiseido Lipgloss in Chianti Rose G6
The look is very simple and yet ethereal.
On a cleansed-toned-moisturized face dot on some foundation and blend with sponge. Take the gooier foundation from the lid and use it as a concealer as we don’t want to look fake. Set this with Studio fix only in the under eye area for a stronger hold on the foundation.
For a gentle flush and highlights use the Accentuating Stick in Rouge flush. With fingers blend on the crème blush on the cheek bones in such a way that it looks like a tint or a pinched cheeks. On the cheek apples and heights use the Glistening flush to give subtle highlights to the face.
Apply glistening flush on the bridge of the nose, centre of the forehead, above the upper lip.
Blend Accentuating stick in glistening flush all over the eye lid and brow bone. With lancome’s art liner draw a fine line on the upper lash line just at the place where the lid ends.This should be done for subtle definition. Two coats of lancome’s Virtuose mascara would do the trick.
Exfoliate lips before applying a subtle hint of Chianti Rose lipgloss and blend in using fingers to push the pigment in the lips. Apply another coat over the centre of the lips to make them appear pouty.
And voila! You’re the next Jodha in the modern world.