Bridal Services

Every girl wants to beauty on the day of her wedding. Wedding are life changing events that offer lifetime of memories. Indian wedding are globally from engagement and reception needs extra work in the makeup front.


  • Bridal Make-up

    Every girl wants to beauty on the day of her wedding. Wedding are life changing events that offer lifetime of memories. Indian wedding are globally renowned for their grant rituals ranging from haldi, Mehdi, sangeet, engagement, shadi, and reception, And this lavish affair needs some extra work in the makeup front.

  • Bridal Hair Styling

    It is wedding season ladies and will everyone is busy planning the perfect dress and makeup, have you thought about the hair. So your wedding bell is ringing and you are indecisive as to which hair style to sport for the wedding well, let us help you out. When it comes to choosing hairdos for Indian wedding, loose curls, high bun, puffy crown, side braid etc.

  • Bridal Saree Draping

    Wedding saree is a traditional wedding dress of Indian women, red saries are the traditional garment choice for brides in Indian culture, and saree fabric is also traditionally silk. Today fabric like georgette, tissue, and colors have been gold, pink, orange, brown, maroon, lehnga style saree is a new trend of saree introduced in India.

  • Pre-Bridal

    Pre-bridal sessions are all about body cleaning, getting extra hair waxed, Threading, Manicure, Pedicure, Blech and even making sure your nail paints are glossed to perfection. A bride-to-be should start these sessions at least 2 months prior to the wedding

  • Air Brush Make-Up

    Airbrush makeup is makeup sprayed onto the skin using an airbrush machine instead of being applied with sponges, brushes, fingers, or other methods.The airbrush pressure can be adjusted to apply various types of makeup, such as lighter, heavier, or more detailed styles. Airbrushes are used in film, theater, bridal makeup, and sunless tanning. Airbrush systems designed for personal, in-home use are usually smaller and work at a lower pressure than systems used in professional applications.

  • Bridal Mehandi

    According to Hindu tradition the ceremony is mainly held at the bride’s house or at a banquet hall on the eve of the marriage ceremony or few days before the marriage. Generally the bride and groom attend the event together and on the occasion the professional mehandi artist or a relative applies mehandi to the bride’s hands and feet. The event generally has a celebratory festival feel to it with the women dancing and singing traditional songs and the girls wearing vivid colors such as hot pink and yellow often if the bride to be wishes to tease her future groom she will make him wear purple. The groom usely wears jooti instead of western footwear.

  • Arbic Mehandi

    For over five thousand years, henna has serves as a symbol of good luck, health and sensuality in the Arab world . The plant has been associated with positive vibes and provides a link to an ancient age full of good and bed spirits, Baraka and jnoun. Generation of women have used a paste made primarily of dried ground henna leaves to cover their hands and feet with design rangining from simple shapes to intricate geometric pattern designed to ward off evil, promote fertility and attract good energy. Practiced mainly in India and the Arab world Mehdi or henna is the application of as a temporary form of skin decoration, popularized in the west by Indian cinema. And entertainment industry the people in Nepal, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Maldives also used mehandi. Mehandi decoration become fashionable in the west in the late 1990 where they are called henna tattoos. Muslim of Indian subcontinent also apply mehandi during their festival like eid, ul-fitr and eid-ul adha.

  • Half Hand Mehandi

    There are many variations and types in Mehdi designs which are categorized such as Arabic Mehdi design, Indian Mehdi design , Pakistani Mehdi design. Women usually apply there all variations of henna or Mehdi design patterns on their hands and feet. Mehdi in the local variant of Heena designs in the Indian sub-continent. Indian, Bangladesh, Pakistani, women’s use Mehdi for festive occasion such as weddings, religious events and traditional. Ceremonies Mehdi in Indian tradition in typically applied during special Hindu weddings and Hindu festivals like karva chauth, vat purnima, Diwali, Bhai dooj and teej.

  • Full Hand Mehandi

    Women it in usually drawn on the palm, back of the hand and on feet where the design will be cleared due to contrast with the lighter skin of these surfaces, which naturally contain less of the pigment the modern age and even due to limited supply of Indian traditional Mehdi artist. Usually people buy readymade heena cones, which are ready to use and make painting easy. however in ruler areas in Indian , women grind fresh Heena leaves on grinding stones with added oil, which though not as refined as professionally prepared Heena cones achieves much darker colors.