Tuesday, 24 September 2013

Best Make Up Tips for your Face Shape

There's one thing a Bride or her family should never compromise on - MAKE UP. No doubt make up enhances one's beauty & make people around them go WOW in just one glimpse. It's a fact that make up does wonders to your face. But this works only when applied correctly, as it is very important to do a make up as per the shape of your face to make the best features stand out.


1. OVAL SHAPED FACE - 

Oval faces are perfectly proportioned. Almost every type of make up works best on high cheekbones & narrow chin. However it is best to draw attention either on your lips or eyes, but never on both.



Eyes - Try to play with them giving either a smoky look or by applying soft colors such as pale pink, mint green or sky blue. By applying Kohl on the lower lid & eyeliner on the upper lid, it will give you a defined look. Along with that, you can apply mascara to your lashes to give a final touch.


Lips - Keep away from bright colors & go for soft colors such as Rose or Cherry. Do not forget to line your lips. This would add more fame.



Cheekbones - As you have high cheekbones, apply one shade of foundation darker than your skin color. Also, use rosy or bronze color blush in an up sweep motion

















 2. ROUND SHAPED FACE -


Although this shape is considered to be very lovely, as it has feminine, naturally soft, full cheeks & round chin... one has to give angles to make every feature stand out. You can play with softer tones to enhance the features. 
Eyes - Use pure colors from the eyelid to the brow bone. Use softly smudged eyeliner for lining your eyes. Use darker shade of eye shadow on the outer corners of your eye & lighter shades towards the inner part & lash lengthening mascara for your eye lashes.


Lips - Go for soft skin color lip gloss or creamy lipstick for your lips. Those with lighter complexion can go for lighter pink or peach color & those with darker complexion can go for luscious nudes & pure plum color.

Cheekbones - For the hollow on your cheeks, apply darker foundation. Avoid using blush in a circular motion on the apple of your cheeks. Start from your pupils or under your cheekbone to get a balance. You can well apply a peachy pink shade after your regular shade. Use it in sweeping motion on the top of your cheekbone.

















 3. HEART SHAPED FACE - 


If your forehead is broad till your cheeks & pointed at your chin, then you surely have a heart shaped face. Thus, make up has to be applied in such a way that it balances your forehead & chin.
Eyes - Opt for lighter shades in the eye shadow. But when it comes to eye liners, go for darker shades like black, dark brown or navy colors. Apply the eyeliner & eye shadow till the lash line not beyond that. Apply the lash lengthening mascara for more defined & wide eye look.

Lips - Pick any bright color like red or pinkish red. you can avoid lip liners. Classic red is the best red shade for heart shaped faces.

Cheekbone - Opt for neutral mantle blush or pink cream blush to balance your cheekbone. Apply blush slightly lower than your cheekbone & in an upward manner





















4. SQUARE SHAPED FACE - 

Those with square shaped faces have a sharp jawline. Their face will have equal width from sides of the forehead & cheeks to their jaw.
Eyes - Use a dark eye shadow from the inner corners of your eyes to the outer side. Go for smoky effect, but with a certain level of  softness. Use dark mascara to give your face an instant glow.
Lips - Use bold & bright colors to give that look away from your jawline. High shine gloss will work too. Use a lip pencil of the same shade. Crimson blues, candy pink & intense plum are colors for your lips.

Cheekbone - To draw attention from your jaw, apply highlighter on the chin, cheekbone & center of the forehead. Subtle blush colors are best for you. Use pink, peach blush or plum shades on the apple of your cheek in circular motion.

So What Are You Waiting For? Pick up your shades & brushes & try according to these tips, according to your face shape for a perfect look...

Friday, 13 September 2013


Ganpati Bappa Moriya !! It's #Contest time..

1) Send us your family picture with #Ganpati idol via Facebook inbox. Our Ofiicial Facebook Link is - www.facebook.com/tranquiilworld
2) We will collect all your photos, create a album & post it on our page
3) Get likes and comments on your photo
4) Most likes and commented photo will win an exciting prize

Contest Starts: 12th Sept 2013 - 24th Sept
For contest rules: http://bit.ly/Ganesha-Photo-Contest





Friday, 6 September 2013

Modern Bride's Solah Singar



Solah shringar refers to the sixteen adornments of a Bride (Woman) for beautification. Solah Shringar is especially important for an Indian bride on the most significant day of her life.  In India, the beautification of the bride consists of sixteen parts and covers almost every part of the body right from the head to the toe.
These solah shringar enhance the beauty of the bride from head to toe, embellishing each part of part of body  stunningly. Thus, all the brides go through this complete makeover for that special day. So, for all the girls waiting to be brides, here is a quick look at the elating procedure of solah shringar.

Mang Tika/ Jumar/ Matha patti

Mangtika
 A hair accessory called Maangtika is worn on the central parting of the hair of the bride mostly made out of gold and embellished with semi precious stones, pearls or diamonds.
Jumar - Side mang tika
     












        






Side mang tika is also called as Jumar, It looks pretty but out of fashion of now! It ‘s a hair ornament which goes along the hairline, that can consist of one or several chains along with a tikka.

Some stylist one to match your wedding costume

 Hair Ornaments/flowers:
 After styling the bride’s hair one can decorate the hairs with flowers & imitation jewellery designed for hair which also called as hair ornaments.

You can also try combination of jewellery flowers both 

Some trendy hair ornaments for reception ceremony

Bindi :


It has a strong religious implication and is a sacred symbol of a married woman is put on the bride’s forehead and decorated with red and white dots around it and along the eyebrows.

Some designer on specially for your wedding day




Sindoor:


Sindoor is applied on the central
 parting of the hair during the wedding ceremony. Sindoor is the mark of a 
married woman in Hinduism
























Nose Rings :
That's bigger though, but looks pretty
The Bride is made to wear the Nose Ring making her look traditional and ethnic. This ring is made of gold with pearls or other precious gems and is worn on the left nostril and is supported by a gold chain, which extends just behind left ear.
      
Maharashtrian style nose rings
 Nose rings can be little studs, small rings or even large hoops. Most of the Indian nose wear is in titanium, silver, gold and stainless steel. The best part is they have a variety colors or stones embedded in them to enhance the look and the overall beauty.


Earrings:
Ear rings adorn the ears of the bride. Since the ear rings worn by bride are quite heavy they are normally supported by a gold chain passing over the crown of the head.
 It can be small loops or studs to large plates and dangling items. The size is ultimately depends on the physical capacity of the earlobe to hold the earring without tearing




















Necklace:


Necklaces and chains of different lengths which is usually made of gold and embellished with diamonds, pearls or other precious stones are also worn by the bride. Mangalsutra which is worn around the neck is tied by the groom during the wedding rituals.

Armband/Bajuband

Baajuband or armlets are worn on the upper arms of the bride over the sari blouse.



Mehendi:

In India marriage is a very important celebrations, to make the wedding more colorful applying mehendi art on hand is a custom. The wedding ceremony is incomplete without mehendi function.

 



















Bangles/Chudiya:
These beautiful one with name of your hubby
Bangles are part of traditional Indian jewellery. They are usually worn in pairs by women, one or more on each arm. Most Indian women prefer wearing either gold or glass bangles or combination of both. 




you can keep it as option for mehendi gifts
Rings:


The fourth digit or ring finger of the left hand has become the customary place to wear a wedding ring in much of the world, though in certain countries the right hand finger is used, but bride can wear eight rings in both her hands, which are attached with a central flower or medallion that covers the upper part of the hand called hathphulor.
Hathphulor



Partywear rings

Kamarband:


Kamarband is a beautifully designed gold or silver belt is worn around the waist of the bride studded mostly with beautiful gems. The belt not just enhances the waist area but also helps in holding the Sari or Dress in place.




Payal:


An anklet, also called ankle chain or ankle bracelet, is an ornament worn around the ankle. Barefoot anklets historically have been worn for centuries by girls and women in India, where it is commonly known as payal. Anklets are an important piece of jewellery in Indian weddings worn along with saris.

 
 Toe rings/ Bichia:
A toe ring is a ring made out of various metals and non-metals worn on any of the toes. The second toe of either foot is where they are worn most commonly. This is because proportionately it's the longest toe and thus the easiest toe to put a ring on and stay without being connected to anything else.





Perfume/ Attar:
And finally Attar or fragrance is applied on to the bride to keep her fresh and smelling good.




All our brides to be get ready to deck yourself up in the sixteen adornments of the Hindu ritual of Solah Shringar. 


Tuesday, 3 September 2013

Unique Guestbook Ideas

A couples wedding day is one of the most important days in their life. It is a happy occasion where you are joined by your closest family and friends where memories are made and experiences shared. What better way to record these memoirs by asking your guests to indulge in a task that will create a fabulous keepsake that you can look back on for years to come.



Alternates to the traditional wedding guestbook are popping up everywhere as people become more creative and personal with their weddings. Messages need no longer be stored in a book after all books tend to get put into drawers or hidden away on bookcases! Here are some of our favorites!



Wishing stones


We love this idea—guests write their messages on individual stones, and then you can arrange them in a basin. They'd make a beautiful and touching addition to a garden. Post-wedding, spray the rocks with clear acrylic gloss to keep the messages from fading or washing away!
 Let’s get the map out!

If you are a couple that have spent a lot of time travelling and have family and friends in all different parts of the world this idea of incorporating geographical messages into your wedding is unbelievably different. Take a large globe of map of the world and let your guests write small messages to where they are from. Not only is it completely distinctive, it will give guests the chance to have some fun and could also create great rapport amongst guests almost as if it’s a game!





The Fingerprint tree

A piece of your wedding that will be going straight to the framers post event that would look idyllic in a kitchen, dining room or hallway for years to come. Provide your guests with particular colored paints, perhaps to match the theme of your wedding and get them to place a thumb or finger print on the branch of the tree and have them sign their name. This may not present you with long messages from your guests which some people feel clueless as what to write anyway but it does detail who was their on the day.




Matching wedding theme or wedding couple!

There may be a few things that you and your new partner have in common but there is usually one thing that really stands out, something that people know you by or it may be how you met! Or you could have a particular theme to your wedding that encompasses something significant to you both. The inspiration really depends on the couple themselves but here are some exceptional ideas I came across





Bottle of wine

Writing on wine bottles is a perfect idea for the couple’s who are particularly fond of a glass of wine, plus it makes a lovely keep sake to perhaps open on future anniversaries.


The wishing tree

This stunning idea instantly becomes d├ęcor for your reception room. Guests write their wish on the card and then hang it on the branches. We think the wish tree looks fabulous, elegant and there’s something exceptional about people making wishes for you in your future together as a married couple. 



Obviously you won’t be keeping the tree forever so then you could choose how to display these keepsakes yourself afterwards.


This is obviously just a small sample of alternative guest books, the possibilities are endless for things you can get guests to sign! Keep reading! Cheers!