Makeup/ Fashion Lessons from Bollywood Actresses
Use, Don’t Abuse
Bollywood actresses have always inspired generations of people in our country and beyond. Whether it is through their beauty, hairstyle, personality, fashion sense, charm, or just their presence, actresses have had a way to allure their audiences.
But how much is too much ? If we look at today’s generation of actresses, some have gone out of their way to obtain engrossment. While the list would be highly objective and endless, let’s look at five actresses that are in the public eye today.
Aishwarya Rai Bacchan
If you have ever seen an interview with Ash, there’s a 100 % chance that she has giggled and\or laughed at least once every 4 minutes. A smile is every girl’s prerogative, so is giggling and laughing. But when over used it completely loses its meaning. There have been many complains about her irritating and annoying giggle from both celebrities (off record, of course) and the public. Julia Roberts calls her the most beautiful woman in the world, I agree but that is definitely when her mouth is closed. Ash – you are a beautiful and intelligent woman, and we love that you find every thing so ‘hilarious’, your smile and your laugh is pretty, but please don’t abuse it.
Kareena Kapoor is not what we would call a conventional beauty, but her charisma ( 😉 ) is unavoidable. Born into the first family of Bollywood, she has some gigantic shoes to fill. Her genes have ensured her good looks, but all other exterior aspects are preferences. Being at top, there’s always pressure to look your best, but when it comes to the blusher, girl, you over do it. Unconventional face structure was a chance, but abuse of ‘blusher’ was your choice.
Right from her movie, Mallika Sherawat’s assets have been, well, her ‘assets’. While it was fresh, raw and new for a while, hundreds of wannabes later, it’s become obsolete. And let’s admit it, its kinda embarrassing, didn’t you feel the least bit ashamed when she stood besides the legend Jackie Chan in an outfit for which ‘skimpy’ is an understatement. While there’s no denial that you have a great body, seeing Mallika parading her bosoms at nearly every event has left nothing more to be deciphered.
Tabu isn’t someone who can be called from today’s generation, but she still has her career going not too poorly. Tabu has always been a critics dream, an art heroine. But whether it was pressure or desire, she has acted in nonsensical commercial movies. Tabu has tried to bring in something new in every character she portrayed, but one thing that never changed in her real life was her hair. Honestly , have you ever seen Tabu at any event without her open, poker straight, long, natural\ walnut brown hair proudly displayed? Very rarely has that ever happened. Being a full time actress is about versatility, its about losing yourself in different characters, and how can you achieve that without completely immersing yourself in your characters?
Kanagana is refreshingly youthful and not afraid to flaunt that trait. They say she is every director’s dream because she is wild and highly experimental. Claiming to be a small town girl, she has made a secure space for herself in Bollywood. Her raw personality is charming. What ain’t, is her fashion sense. Now now, she has dazzled the media and the fraternity alike with her fashion sense, but that is when she is USING her fashion sense. When she goes overboard, she ABUSES her sense.
To all women out there , be girly, be beautiful, be fashionable, be hot, be charming, be pretty, be feminine, be soft, be delicate. Use all traits that make a woman. Use , don’t abuse.