Another exciting and interesting day for the newly married bride is Karwa Chauth. It’s time to don that special saree or lehenga and all that jewelry, which was part of your bridal trousseau.
At Karwa chauth, you don’t have to lose it all thinking what to wear for the evening moon gazing ritual.
Karwa Chauth is a time when we Indian women pray for the longevity of our spouses and also mark the loving relationship with a strong sense of dignity.
On the onset of Karva Chauth festivities, let’s decorate our hands in style. Other than the gorgeous mehndi design to flaunt this year, might as well get our nails painted in pretty nail art designs?
We are just a few days away from Karva Chauth! This one-day festival, which is typically celebrated in the month of October/ November by married Hindu women is observed with great fervor.
Back in the day, when the cat eye was the most wanted eyeliner look for Bollywood divas, our B-Town girls from Mumtaz to Saira Banu and even Sharmila didn’t stoop low to not have them done.
Karwa Chauth is a festival on which every woman wishes to look nothing but the best. Hair is an integral part of a woman’s beauty.
With Karva Chauth round the corner, there is already a lot of excitement among women – especially those who have just tied the knot – to not just fast for a happy married life and longevity of a husband.
It is going to be that time of the year again. Karva Chauth – when along with fasting the whole day for a long life for your better half, you need to look like the new bride.
Ladies! Are we all set to glam up this Karwa Chauth? So, now that the outfit is ready, makeup ideas have been well thought-through, hairstyle has been decided as well.