Continuation of my 'Jodha' bride. To understand the essence of this makeup look, hairstyling and dress up, please read the caption on my previous post!
I took you on a journey of the makeup decisions made to create this 16th century look with a modern twist in my previous post. This image displays the kind of jewellery I draped to bring this brides wedding theme to reality. Costumes and jewellery worn trace back to the Mughal Period. The jewellery showcased a typical Rajasthani style and is known as '#Meenakari'. Pieces of metallic jewellery are plated in brass, gold, ruby, diamonds and jade. It's colourful, overwhelming and empowering to the overall look. Here I've draped the nose ring where the chain attachment reaches up to the beehive hairstyle. The necklace is fitted in place to create a choker like effect with earrings that had chain extensions also leading up into the hairstyle. The lower part of the hairstyle can be seen, a large plait created with hair extensions with a single length flower garland wrapped around it. I will reveal the final look tomorrow with the entire costume draping!