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Stay Home, Stay Fancy this Diwali

By SUKANYA VERMA
November 12, 2020 09:39 IST
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Every year the Festival of Lights fills our hearts with hope and happiness.

Of course, with COVID-19's grim presence still looming large and no vaccine in sight, celebrations remain low-key and subdued.

Social distancing may have limited Bollywood's partying scene, but there are still plenty of ways to feel festive during lockdown.

Sukanya Verma's tips on how to do Diwali fashion at home.

 

Ananya Pandey

Photograph: Kind courtesy Ananya Pandey/Instagram

Diwali is all about sparkle. And Ananya's diamond nose stud is just the sort of twinkling finishing touch a festive look needs.

 

Aditi Rao Hydari

Photograph: Kind courtesy Aditi Rao Hydari/Instagram

Sharply kohl-eyes are all the glamour a girl needs and Aditi makes a smoking hot case for it.

 

Sonakshi Sinha

Photograph: Kind courtesy Sonakshi Sinha/Instagram

How groovy is Sonakshi's eyeshadow game? Metallic is the way to go, this Diwali and next.

 

Priyanka Chopra

Photograph: Kind courtesy Priyanka Chopra Jonas/Instagram

Up your lipstick quotient. Dabble in colours. The bolder. The better.

 

Alia Bhatt

Photograph: Kind courtesy Alia Bhatt/Instagram

Not a cosmetics person, showcase your fresh-faced beauty like the radiant Alia.

 

Mouni Roy

Photograph: Kind courtesy Mouni Roy/Instagram

Achieving simple and stylish in one go is Mouni's pastel, pristine avatar for you.

 

Raveena Tandon

Photograph: Kind courtesy Raveena Tandon/Instagram

Oversized jhumkis add grace to Mast Mast star's desi girl perfection.

 

Karisma Kapoor

Photograph: Kind courtesy Karisma Kapoor/Instagram

A lively colour, a few bangles and bindi is all Lolo needs to show why she's an effortless fashionista for all seasons and festivals.

 

Ileana D'cruz

Photograph: Kind courtesy Ileana D-Cruz/Instagram

Too scared to style those tresses in the salon? Wear them fuss free and loose using any serum and good ol’ hairdryer at home.

 

Sara Ali Khan

Photograph: Kind courtesy Sara Ali Khan/Instagram

Twinning in traditional attire with your favourite person in the world is the most festive ritual ever.

 

Mrunal Thakur

Photograph: Kind courtesy Mrunal Thakur/Instagram

Just because you cannot step out doesn't mean you cannot enjoy fashion? Take out that 'saved for a special occasion' outfit and do a little Diwali dance in your living room.

 

Kriti Sanon

Photograph: Kind courtesy Kriti Sanon/Instagram

Dolling up is all about making one's self feel good. So stay home, stay safe and stay fancy.

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