Beauty Breakdown: Mouni Roy’s Amazing Sangeet Look At Aashka Goradia's Wedding

Aashka Goradia and her American beau Brent Goble had their happily ever after this weekend in Goa. The two exchanged their vows in front of their family and friends, having both a white wedding and a traditional Indian wedding Part of the wedding entourage was BFF Mouni Roy who gave us a peek into the festivities via her Instagram. Roy who was a bridesmaid, ‘grammed a video of the two kissing and chronicled her wardrobe on her social media handle. She even managed to catch the bouquet. Do we hear wedding bells already?

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For the mehendi, Mouni chose to wear a pista-green lehenga that she accessorized with Lennon-esque sunglasses, a maang tikka and a choker.

Payal Singhal was her label of choice for the sangeet, Roy picked a pink embroidered lehenga that she styled with a maang tikka and a gajra.

As the bridesmaid, she wore a navy blue floor-length gown and also held a tiny bouquet of pink flowers. Isn't that so pretty?'

If you love Mouni's sangeet beauty look, here's 6 steps to achieve the same.

1. Start by cleansing your face with a gentle cleanser such as Lakme Deep Cleanser Cleaning Milk, Rs. 120

2. Since you will be photographed, choose a foundation specifically catering to that such as the Makeup Forever Ultra HD foundation. It creates a natural looking, flawless complexion.

3. Next up, apply a hint of blush to give those cheeks a pop of colour. Freedom Makeup London, Rs 350 deposits a lovely flush of colour.

4. To match her pink lehenga, Roy picked a matte pale pink lipstick, Sugar Cosmetics Never Say Dry Creme Lipstick in Revolutionary Rose, Rs 499 is a great dupe.

5. Mouni was all about the eyes, sporting thick exaggerated falsies. If you would like to try the same, try PAC False Eyelashes, Rs 175. Apply the lash glue and then press it down from the center of your lashes, and then pressing on either side for them to attach to your natural lashes. You can also use a tweezer to attach the falsies.

6. Once dry, using a felt tip eyeliner pen, draw an exaggerated wing.

There you have it! Isn't that really simple?

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