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Beauty Advice for Karva Chauth –Tips That Make You Glow

Posted on : 2-10-2015

Karva Chauth is a day on which a married woman keeps a fast for her husband’s well-being and long-life. The revelry around Karva Chauth is such that it overshadows the inconvenience caused by the absence of food. The vast array of delicacies, gifts, mother-in-law’s love in the form of sargi, and the opportunity to dress up, make the day long fast a smooth ride.

Karva Chauth is a day on which a married woman keeps a fast for her husband’s well-being and long-life. The revelry around Karva Chauth is such that it overshadows the inconvenience caused by the absence of food. The vast array of delicacies, gifts, mother-in-law’s love in the form of sargi, and the opportunity to dress up, make the day long fast a smooth ride.

This year too, you can banish the worries and soak into the festive mood. All you need to do is, look good to rejoice in the custom. Although, the celebrations revolve only around one day, but loads go into making of this day. Hence, leave no stone unturned to spruce up your Karva Chauth look this year. Follow these tips and you will surely look drop dead gorgeous.

Beauty Regime

It is very important to resort to beauty treatments, which are tried and tested and will enhance the glow of your skin. Get facial that suits your skin type and should be done at least three days before the D-day to get the glow. All other treatments like waxing, pedicure and manicures should be done before you go for mehendi application or the final makeup.

Karva Chauth is all about looking and feeling good. While the fast takes care of the feeling, the looks are taken care by the right outfit. So, it is important to decide your outfit with proper accessories too. With ample of fashion houses launching fresh lines for the festive season, finding the designer look will surely not be a problem.

Cosmetic treatments, new hair colour or style or nail art should be tried a few weeks before this day. This will give you ample time for rectification, in case of goof ups.

  • Nail art over mehendi can pep up the look of traditional henna custom.
  • Go for stylish braids, or if you are planning to knot your hair in a bun, fancy juda pins can make your hairstyle look elegant. You can experiment with few side decorative matching hair pins too if you have short hair.
  • Ditch the maroons and red this year and opt for pastels and pinks; fuchsia is a good addition too while mauve is colour of the season.
  • You can use eyeliner slightly curved and higher at the corner of the eyes to give a dramatic look along with kohl at the lower lid.

  • Don’t miss the makeup, bangles, sindoor and bindi to complete your look