Wedding season is here! Here are five simple yet gorgeous bridal looks

Aishwarya Karayil reveals five of her favourite bridal looks that she has worked on. Photo: Instagram/ aishwaryakarayilofficial

In terms of make-up, brides today aren't afraid of taking a novel approach. Multiple trials or sundry references online do not wear them out, in their pursuit of looks that turn heads on their D-day.

According to celebrity make-up artist and stylist Aishwarya Karayil, a bride's make-up must feel like her second skin, enhancing her beauty without altering her natural appearance. In a candid conversation with Onmanorama, she reveals five of her favourite bridal looks that she has worked on.

» Natural look

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This bride adorns an everyday look without much highlight in her eyes. "I don't use kajal or eyeliner for her eyes, and this adds life to her look. The make-up has a matte finish," says Aishwarya.

» An upbeat radiance

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This engagement make-up gives a dewy appearance with more focus on the eyes. The look is brilliantly pulled off with bushy brows, a glossy lip colour, and brown lip liner.

» Traditional with a twist

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The bride's facial features are given importance in this look. The shimmering eye make-up and dark red lips blend with her outfit. "Her natural skin tone has been maintained with minimal foundation or blush," said Aishwarya.

» Simple yet classy

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This is a traditional bridal appearance that uses the right amount of cosmetics. The bride has an effortless yet elegant look with a matte base, red lips, and bhindi.

» Indo-western look

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Make-up that gives the trending 'glass skin' look has been used on this bride, along with a lighter-coloured eye lens, neat eyeliner, and brown lip colour.

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