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Vogue.in gives some tips on how to choose the right lip colour

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No one would want to wear the wrong lip colour, especially the ones that just divert attention from your shimmering pink lips to yellow teeth.

Vogue.in gives some tips on how to choose the right lip colour:

1. Pale pink: Instead of blah nudes that make teeth look more yellow, pick brightening shimmery pinks, says Marissa Nemes, a make up artist in Miami.

2. Sheer pink: A hydrating, see through gloss with a hint of a berry (versus orange-y versions like coral) counteracts subtle yellowing.

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3. Light pink: Bolder than sheer glosses, these matte rose shades have just the right blue undertone to minimise yellowish tinges on teeth.

4. Bright pink: Whether bubble gum or fuchsia, these electric blue-based colours dramatically brighten, says Edward Cruz, a New York-based make up artist.

5. Bright red: Bold, opaque reds can make teeth appear up to two shades whiter, Nemes says. Apply two layers straight from the tube for a more intense effect.

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6. Deep red: It’s little surprise that the classic femme fatale colour creates the ultimate sexy smile. Apply with your finger for a lasting stain-like finish. (Bollywood Country)

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Manish Malhotra: Shades of Red, Maroon Will Never go Out of Bridal Style

He, however, feels that for a chilled out beach wedding, brides can opt for pastel hues such as baby pink, beige, ivory and lavender

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Actress Sonam Kapoor opted for a red bridal lehenga during her marriage with businessman Anand Ahuja, thereby breaking the perception that the colour has lost its glory from the Indian wedding scene. Ace designer Manish Malhotra says shades of red and maroon can never go out of style.

“The choice of a wedding outfit depends on several factors — the bride’s personality, aesthetic, season, and ambience. For a traditional wedding, shades of red and maroon will never go out of style,” Manish told IANS over an e-mail.

He, however, feels that for a chilled out beach wedding, brides can opt for pastel hues such as baby pink, beige, ivory and lavender.

“I always advise brides to choose a silhouette and colour scheme that is both opulent, and locked in tradition at the same time,” said Malhotra.

He said “Sonam looked nothing but exquisite at all her events.”

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“I think she effortlessly pulls off every outfit with grace and elegance. I loved all her avatars as a fun, modern bride, as she also exudes an inspiring confidence with Indian wear, while preserving the beautiful heritage of Indian fashion,” he said.

Many celebrities opted for the designer’s outfits at Sonam and Anand’s pre-wedding, wedding and reception celebrations. He finds immense pleasure to see his designs on the people who inspire him with their individual style.

“I’ve enjoyed working with style icons such as Kareena Kapoor Khan, Karishma Kapoor, Katrina Kaif, Jacqueline Fernandez, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Kajol, Karan Johar, Ranbir Kapoor and Varun Dhawan. Needless to say, they all looked stunning at Sonam’s wedding celebrations,” he said.

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It’s not just established names, but even a young actor like Janhvi Kapoor was seen opting for his outfit.

Malhotra feels that working with young actors and the next generation always infuses him with a new energy.

“I find that they are naturally poised at this age, and definitely aware about their sartorial choices and what looks good on them – be it Alia Bhatt, Varun Dhawan, Janhvi and Khushi Kapoor and Isabelle Kaif,” he said. (Bollywood Country)