Thursday, 12 December 2013

#91 Men's Fashion goes Traditional

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  • Today, men are just as excited about fashion trends as women.Themetrosexual man is over-willing to adapt to new styles.And hence,this wedding season,one see an explosion of fashion for men as well."This year,it"s time to go traditional.Take out your heavy silk churidars and chadars from the wardrobe and let your hair down,a fashion designer for men. She also urges men to opt for sherwanis this season "especially, ones with elaborate sequins and zari embroidery". And men,often restricted to their suits,seem to be indulging in the traditional look this year.As Swapan Gupta,a shirt-and-trousers software engineer,says gleefully "Usually, I do not get the opportunity to wear traditional outfits such as dhotis and churidars. Hence,during festivals and wedding functions,I make it a point to go completely traditional."                         

                                                                                                                                                                                                                               


 A RIOT OF COLOUR 


  • Times are changing and men no longer confine themselves to whites and light or dark colours.Designer kallol datta predicts the trend,"Bright colours such as orange,pink,green and yellow are all the rage now."

 STARS AND STRIPES                          
                                                                                                       

  • It's not just bright colours.It's also designs.Stripes and checks are set to rule this season.Paul predicts that woven designs will be in demand,as against prints."I do prefer stripes and checks in men's dresses." 

 CASUAL                                
                                                                                                       

  • If going fully traditional is not your style,there are casual options for the festive season as well.Team your jeans or cargo pants with multi-coloured checks or striped cargo shirts."The combination will definitely look beautiful,"promises sharwani.Even turu-up shirts (that can be worn as both,full and half-sleeved ones)will be quite in fashion.So will denims and linens as far as shirts go.As sharbani concludes,"Films have an overpowering influence on people's psyche.If Saif Ali Khan has worn a particular shirt in a film,you can be rest assured that it will be the rage this season."    
  • With trends pointing towards the traditional this season,you too can make your own style statement


#90 Indian wedding hair style

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Indian bridal hairstyle-
  • Marriage, this beautiful word is best complimented by the beauty of the bride on the wedding day. In the bride’s look, the hair style plays a significant role. We cannot deny this parameter on any situation or circumstance. For ages Indian women have being coveted for their long flowing tresses. The Indian weddings are the best time to view beautiful hair molded in great styles.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

 Evolvement of hairstyles-

  • Few decades ago Indian brides did not have much say on their beautification on the wedding day. Today they are more conscious about every aspect on the look. Decorating any hairstyle with flowers and other accessories are now almost history. Simple bun, plait, and pony tail have been replaced by modern wedding hairstyles in India.







  • The indian wedding are always striking full with flowers and fragrance. Kolam and rangoli are done at doorsteps further enhance mood of the wedding occasion.The other item which full with flowers are jadai malai or we call it flower garland for hair styling.This is one of the beautification done to the bride inorder to be more beautiful.Jadai malai is very important in indian wedding to reflect the cultural value which was carried very long time in history.Jadai malai made from flowers,combination of jasmine and another two different type of colours.To make jadai malai is time consuming,normally take about a day to prepare.Normally, this preparation for hair styling done for the bride on the wedding day by beautician which will takes about 3 to 4 hours.A lot of fine tuning to attach the jadai malai on the bride hair done during this preparation.It is a bit tricky,whereby you have to learn the correct technique,inorder to master this hair styling.










  • Parameters like height, weight, complexion, face-cutting, the costume, personality etc., are considered while thinking of hairstyles today. Through the advent of easy communication, Indian women have known many new things in regards to hairstyles. Moreover, Indian women now do not step back in experimenting different hairstyles.
 Contemporary Indian wedding  hairstyles-

  • Indian women have become aware of evolving hairstyles around the globe. Depending upon the need and desire, women can select from a variety of hairstyles available. Braids, fringes, layers, blunt, ringlets, and roller setting are a few frequently chosen ones. The list is not a confined one; brides are free to deliberate on their choices.


       Decorated hair pins, tiara, strands of pearls, varieties of beads, jewel comb, maang tika (stringed pendants), etc. are used either singly or in combination depending on the suitability. Whatever process or accessory is used for creating a stunning beautiful face, Indian brides from any part of the country get the ultimate look on their wedding day. They make it happen without fail.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

  • The significant points need to be unconventional and different creating a unique wedding hairstyle. For women with long and thick hairs, the Spanish Updo or the Bohemian hairstyles could be opted for. The time of the wedding plays a vital role in choosing the hair make up. The average height of Indian women demands a hairstyle that would compensate the height difference between the bride and the groom. Most Indian wedding hairstyles are further beautified with hair jewelry.
         






The hottest hair trends for 2014

 OLD-WORLD BRAIDED UPDO-


  • While braids of all shapes and sizes were popular last year, this year they will be fashioned into vintage-style updos, predict beauty forecasters. A range of old-world braided updos those are reminiscentof the Victorian era, Indian royalty and Greek goddesses are doing the rounds of catwalks. While some buns are combinations of the fishtail and halo braids, others use twists and knots along with plaits to create a wow chignon. There’s no limit to the combinations, so get creative.   

                                                                          


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 DOUBLE MINI BUNS-


  • Part Minnie mouse and part princess Leia from star wars, this hairdo is quirky and sits well with modern ethnic as well as casual wear.All you have to do is take two small sections of hair above your Ears,and roll them into small burns that can be secured with wiry bobby pins. Tie up the remaining section into a low ponytail, or let your hair down for a half -up half-down style.



FAUX HAWK-


  • A less permanent Mohawk, which doesn’t require you to shave the Sides of your head, the faux hawk in women’s hairstyling is actually A fun way to simultaneously look stylish, bring dimension to your Features and add a couple of inches to your stature. While forming A bun or loose pony, use a volumising spray at the crown and pull the top section into a high half-roll. Secure it at the back of your Head with bobby pins in such a way that they are concealed from View.


 ORNATE PONYTAILS-


  • While braids were in the spotlight last year, this year is set to be tied to the humble ponytail. Don’t resort to a simple pony, though; it’s time to go elaborate with ponytail. Do a triple pony by dividing your hair into three sections, rolling them individually and tying them up into one big, loose ponytail. Twist all your hair into a very floppy and messy pony on one side at the nape of your neck.






GOLDEN TINT-


  • While some international make-up artists are experimenting with gold leaf accents, others are adding a golden tint to hair colour. this touch of gold will lend a soft sheen, doing away with the need for glittery accessories. Ask your colourist to keep the tone subtle by blending it with copper or chocolate.


   





NEW WEDDING HAIRSTYLE

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Saturday, 7 December 2013

#89 Bolly wood Actress Kareena Kapoor Fashion

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Kareena Kapoor
                     Birthday: 21st September, 1980. Zodiac: Virgo.  Marital Status: Marriage with Saif Ali Khan. Awards: Filmfare Best Female Debutant Award, Filmfare Award for Special Performance, 2 Filmfare Critics Award for Special Performance, Filmfare Award for Best Actress, Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress. Trivia: Kareena Kapoor is the fourth generation of the legendary Kapoor family who has been in the film industry for the last 50 years. Kareena is popularly known by her nickname ‘Bebo’. She has launched her own clothing line in association with being a brand ambassador for the retail chain Globus.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   

 Biography: Born on 21st September, 1980, in an iconic family which has given the country few of its best actors and actresses, Kareena Kapoor is the daughter of Randhir Kapoor and Babita. Her elder sister, Karisma Kapoor is also an actress. Kareena Kapoor made her debut with Refugee (2000). Although the film didn’t do so well at the box office, it was enough for Kareena Kapoor to leave her mark as a girl with potential. Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham (2001) which became the highest overseas grosser of that year gave her recognition and success as an actress. However her other films, Mujhe Kucch Kehna Hai, Yaadein, Ajnabee and Asoka, released in the same year gained mediocre success


 Her career received a setback in 2002 and 2003, all her movies, Mujhse Dosti Karoge!, Jeena Sirf Merre Liye, Talaash: The Hunt Begins…, Khushi, Main Prem Ki Diwani Hoon, LOC Kargil, were quite unsuccessful at the box-office. Her movies released in 2004 and 2005, Chameli, Yuva, Fida, Aitraaz, Dev, Hulchal, Bewafaa, Dosti: Friends Forever received a lukewarm response at the box-office. However, her roles in Chameli and Dev were critically acclaimed. In 2006, she starred in 36 China Town, Chup Chup Ke, Omkara and did a cameo appearance in Don – The Chase Begins Again. Her portrayal of Dolly (based on Desdemona, from the Shakespearean play, Othello) received rave critical reviews.
                                 
 The release of Jab We Met (2007) brought with it huge success and fan following. She delivered the role of a free spirited, fiery sikhni with gusto. Tashan, released in 2008, was a flop. Another release of 2008, Roadside Romeo, an animated movie from Yash Raj and Walt Disney Pictures had her lending her voice to the character of Laila. Kambakkht Ishq and Main Aurr Mrs Khanna both 2009 releases did not do so well, however Kurbaan and 3 Idiots which also released in the same year gained her nominations for Filmfare Award for Best Actress. She then appeared in the much stalled Milenge Milenge (2010). Karan Johar’s We Are Family (2010), a Hindi adaptation of Hollywood’s Stepmom (1998) saw her playing the role originally portrayed by the talented, Julia Roberts. The role won her the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress. She has been a part of the Golmaal series and has played a role in Golmaal Returns (2008) and was the leading lady in Golmaal 3 (2010).
                                                                             


  In 2011, she was first seen opposite Shah Rukh Khan in Ra.One and later opposite Salman Khan in Bodyguard. Both these films did huge business at the box-office. In 2012, she was seen opposite Imran Khan in Karan Johar’s Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu which also did well at the box-office. Her upcoming films include Agent Vinod with beau Saif Ali Khan, Talaash with Aamir Khan and Madhur Bhandarkar’s Heroine.
 

 Kareena Kapoor is a renowned Bollywood actress, who belongs to the reputed Kapoor family of the Hindi film industry. Adored as ‘Bebo’, she has mesmerized the audience with both her beauty as well as acting mettle. She is one of the few versatile actresses in the industry, who can play a variety of contrasting roles with equal ease and poise. The actress had her own share of struggle and has finally matured to become a yielding name. Apart from the commercially successful films, she has done a number of unconventional roles bagging critical acclaim.
    Childhood & Early Life
Kareena Kapoor was born on September 21, 1980 in Mumbai, Maharashtra. She is a part of the famous Kapoor family of Punjabi origin. She is the youngest daughter of renowned actor Randhir Kapoor and Babita. She is the granddaughter of legendary actor and ‘Showman’ of Hindi film industry, Raj Kapoor and great granddaughter of Prithviraj Kapoor. Her elder sister Karishma Kapoor is also a well known actress and her uncle Rishi Kapoor is a known name in the acting arena. Kareena is fondly known as ‘Bebo’ while her formal name comes from the book ‘Anna Karenina.’                                                  Kareena Kapoor received education at Jamnabai Narsee School in Mumbai, followed by Welham Girls Boarding School in Dehradun. After this, she studied commerce at Mithibai College, Vile Parle for two years and later embarked upon a three - month summer course in microcomputers at Harvard. After this, she enrolled at the Government's Law College in Churchgate but at the end of first year, she started training under Kishor Namit Kapoor, the founder of Kapoor Acting Lab to realize her initial dream of becoming an actress.  

                                                                 

 Early Career & Breakthrough
Initially, Kapoor was scheduled to make her debut with Rakesh Roshan’s, ‘Kaho Na Pyaar Hai’, opposite Hritik Roshan. However, she opted out after sometime and made her debut in J. P Dutta’s ‘Refugee’, opposite Abhishek Bacchan, released in 2000. Her performance in the film was highly acclaimed and she went on to win the Fimfare Best Female Debut Award. Following this, Kareena did ‘Mujhe Kuch Kehna Hai’ opposite Tusshar Kapoor in 2001, which received immense success at the box - office.                                                                 Her next films ‘Yaadein’ and ‘Ajnabee’ didn’t do well at the box office. Later that year, she appeared in Santosh Sivan’s ‘Asoka’, a period epic, which received moderate success. Her performance received mixed reactions from critics, giving her a nomination for Best Actress at the Filmfare Awards. Her last release in 2001 was Karan Johar’s ‘Kabhi Khushi KabhieGham’, which was a blockbuster hit at the box office. For this, she earned a nomination for Filmfare Best Supporting Actress.
 In the years 2002 and 2003, Kareena’s acting career experienced a downslide. She gave six films during this period, Mujhse Dosti Karoge! and Jeena Sirf Merre Liye in 2002, and Talaash: The Hunt Begins..., Khushi, Main Prem Ki Diwani Hoon and J.P. Dutta’s war epic LOC Kargil in 2003. All these films turned out to be commercially unsuccessful in India. With this, the acting potential of the actress was being questioned, leading to negatives reviews.     Comeback
The year 2004 arrived with new hopes for Kareena. The first film this year was Sudhir Mishra’s ‘Chameli’, opposite Rahul Bose. The film bagged positive reviews and Kapoor’s performance won her the Filmfare Special Performance Award.  After this, she was seen in Govind Nihalani's critically acclaimed ‘Dev’. For this, she earned a Filmfare Critics Award for Best Performance, as well as nominations for Best Actress at various award ceremonies.

                            The next film on the block was ‘Fida’, in which Kareena was seen in a negative role for the first time. Though the film didn’t do well at the box office, the actress was acclaimed for her performance. The subsequent films that year were Abbas-Mustan's moderately successful thriller, ‘Aitraaz’ and Priyadarshan's comedy Hulchul, which was a huge hit. In 2005, Kareena appeared in Dharmesh Darshan’s ‘Bewafa’, which did not do any good for the actress. Later that year, Priyadarshan’s ‘Kyon Ki’ was released.

The film as well as her performance was well received by the critics. After this came ‘Dosti: Friends Forever’, which didn’t do good business in India. In 2006, she played lead roles in ‘36 China Town’ and ‘Chup Chup Ke’, which received moderate success. Her next big hit was Vishal Bharadwaj’s ‘Omkara’, in which her performance was deemed highly commendable. This bagged her fourth Filmfare Award and first Star Screen Award. After this, she was seen in an item number in ‘Don - The Chase Begins’.
In 2008, she once again mesmerized audience with her performance in Imtiaz Ali’s ‘Jab We Met’. The film became one of the biggest hits of the year, winning Kapoor a Filmfare Best Actress Award and her second Star Screen Award for Best Actress. This was followed by Vijay Krishna Acharya's action-thriller ‘Tashan’. Though this film marked her comeback to the Yash Raj banner, it failed to create any magic at the box - office.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     
 
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