The history of wedding veils tells us that, in ancient times, the Greeks used it as a way of protecting the bride from evil spirits, while in medieval times it was worn as a symbol of purity and chastity. Today it’s still seen as quite a formal wedding accessory but thanks to the royal wedding, one that is coming back into fashion. Few Pictures that is clicked by Dream Diaries and which tells the exact point of view of clicking pictures with veils.
The wedding day is certainly one of those days where you compete with yourself for looking the best. To begin with, the hair. Most of the brides tend to ignore their hair since the head goes below the ghoongat. Whereas a variety of hairdos can be done for the wedding with or without the ghoongat. You can go through who designs ghoongat very nicely. The hair bun or jooda is the safest escape for any type of hair, leaving the hair open is simply not for the wedding day. Your makeup can be done by Priyanka Arora Makeup artist and Aliya Baig which beautifully match your make up with your veil. The veil seems to be disappearing from the Indian weddings, but there are few brides who love the ghoongat to be there, the ghoongat in a way adds the extra oomph and completeness to the whole bride look.
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