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After lively a assembly with her opening in Padmaavat, Aditi Rao Hydari seems determined to be this year’s print girl, fashion-wise as well. The actor, who will shortly be starring in a Mani Ratnam flick, seemed on a cover of a heading repository recently, for their Apr issue.
For Harper’s Bazaar’s cover print shoot, a actor was clad in a graphic-printed Hermes shirt with a dim blue collar. Accessorising it with a span of bullion spike ear jackets from Line, a actor’s demeanour was kept fuss-free. However, what unequivocally held a courtesy was a fanciful make-up by artist Elton J Fernandez. A dewy sheen, neutral lips, half-winged lids and highlighted brows came together beautifully, and we love a look, that was dull out with pulled-back mussed hair.
Earlier, a actor was spotted on a cover of Verve, wearing a elementary white-collared shirt. And that time too, a concentration was on a make-up. Playing with opposite shades of nude, Hydari wore a malt-coloured lipstick. Her accessories blended in good with a worldly and dewy make-up sum of her face.
Not only subtle, though a actor can lift off thespian make-up hues with aptitude as good and her print fire for Femina Wedding Times is explanation enough. Aditi looked like a coming-of-age, hobo bride on a cover. With hair and make-up, again, by Fernandez, she looked pleasing in a bronze, dual-toned Payal Khandwala desi cape. The outfit has elaborate, golden floral sum on a skirt.
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