Sunday 25, Oct 2020, Delhi (India)
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Upgrading the beauty industry trends 2020, the Fashion Design Council Of India (FDCI) curates India's first-ever digital Lotus Make-Up beauty show. The beauty show will take place, at the upcoming phygital edition, of the Lotus Make-up India Fashion Week, spring-summer 2021, scheduled from October 14-18. Continue reading to know the specifications of the beauty show!
Last month only the Fashion Design Council Of India (FDCI) announced 'phygital Lotus Make-up India Fashion Week, Spring-Summer 2021' with DLF Emporio/ The Chanakya as the luxury partner. The Fashion Design Council Of India (FDCI) scheduled the Lotus Make-up Fashion Week from October 14-18, 2020.
With the outbreak of COVID-19, the role of the beauty industry trends 2020 is to curate looks that add a ray of brightness to extraordinary circumstances. Thus, in the beauty show, three makeup-artists will bombard the word "artist" to make bold statements. The Lotus Make-up products will help feature the appeal of faces with expert brush strokes.
All the three make-up artists will re-create three distinct themes, that is beauty trends of 2021, artsy make-up, and festive make-up. The Fashion Design Council Of India (FDCI) studio space will transform into an art gallery, customized for each segment, and there will be five distinctive faces in each of those segments.
As the Lotus Make-Up India Fashion Week, spring-summer 2021 is scheduled- from October 14-18. The beauty show will take place on October 18, at 8:30 PM.
Nitin Passi, Joint Managing Director- Lotus Herbals, stated about the beauty show- "Make-up is an effective tool that helps express your individuality, as colors blend in with lines, giving a shape to your emotions, as Lotus Make-up's natural products inspire creativity." Nitin further expressed how the show will help push boundaries of inspiration- "The beauty show is an example of how we, as a company, are committed to helping you push boundaries of inspiration, which is fundamental to the evolution of make-up as an art form,"
The Fashion Design Council Of India (FDCI) Chairman Sunil Sethi stated- "Make-up is a painter's toolbox, with the Make-Up Artist as an artist who uses this artistry to elevate your personality. The beauty show is inclusive and will display the transformative powers of make-up with simple processes and techniques. Lotus Make-up has wide-ranging products, which help portray a character, adding life to the LMIFW shows,"