Confused about right lipstick? Actress Vidisha Srivastava shares favourite colours

Vidisha says that she loves experimenting with different brands and finishes. Photo: IANS

Mumbai: Apart from taste, make-up always reflects the amount of intelligence one applies to it. This aspect stands out the most in selecting the lipstick. Opting for a particular shade of lipstick requires the same aptitude of matching shades of apparel and accessories and also that of taking into consideration the occasion and the venue where one is appearing.

Actress Vidisha Srivastava is an ardent lover of beauty products and revealed that one of her favourite hobbies is collecting different lipstick shades. The actress who plays Anita in the sitcom 'Bhabiji Ghar Par Hai' shared: "One of my favourite hobbies is collecting different lipstick shades. A simple swipe of lipstick colours can transform a look and boost confidence. Over the years, my collection has grown, including a spectrum of shades from bold reds and deep plums to soft nudes and playful pinks."

The actress, who is known for her work in 'Kashibai Bajirao Ballal' shared that she loves experimenting with different brands and finishes, from glossy and matte to satin and metallic, for Anita’s look.

"My room is now filled with a colourful array of lipstick tubes, each with its special place. Among my favourites are the dusty red that makes me feel classy and elegant, the subtle nude perfect for everyday wear, and the vibrant coral that adds fun to any outfit. Collecting lipstick shades has become more than just a hobby; it’s a form of self-expression," she said.

Vidisha added: "Each shade in my collection reflects my personality and mood. Whether I’m getting ready for a shoot, a dance performance, or a casual day out, choosing the right lipstick is always an exciting part of my routine."
'Bhabiji Ghar Par Hai' airs at 10:30 pm on &TV.
(With inputs from IANS)

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