We are so excited to be sharing with you the third makeover of our #NewMe makeover series! Meet Daraksha, a shy girl who wished to make her work life all the more exciting by transforming her look and style.
BookMyStyle, in collaboration with the celebrity stylists from Kromakay salon, worked through Daraksha's complete transformation.
Kromakay is a space where beauty is transformed into art. Curator Kanta Motwani and her team of Creative Hair Artists have successfully styled and designed looks for various A-list film celebrities, top names from the fashion industry and the corporate world.
Watch the video as Daraksha gradually transforms her new self.
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Was better in her past look,, but her new look is seriously awkward ,,,even after seeing the new dressing style which is given to her.... damm..need to work hard on that to find her a proper dress to put on ,!!! Sorry to type in this manner (no offence) .I just typed in ,what I felt about her new transformation.
Some of you are foolish she looks beautiful and she kinda like it.. If anyone didn't like her makeover who cares she really likes it and she's so happy screw all those people have lots of negativity 🤣😜😁✌️
What a disaster. This is how you become Best to Worst. People are ruining their lives in the name of Fashion, Modern and western identity. That girl was much better looking before than what those two women made her now. Pity that girl. Can see the grin on her face shows clearly she's not happy at all. To hell with these hair stylists. Stay simple and a joyful face is always beautiful.
We can tell she was perfectly NOT fine with how much y’all have cut her hair like wtf you don’t do that look at her face expressions when you were cutting that hair I just feel bad for who comes to that show or whatever it is because as soon as you enter you don’t have no control over your hair and/or face... gosh☹️
i think her hair is looks more healthy, or its just because of blower, i think the makeup ruined everything, because she looks young, the makeup should look more natural ang glowing. after the transformation she look matured that's why other people complaining about her look,.
I think they should keep her hair straight and chop little and should do mid partition and little curls in front and dressing was worse man😂 plain black crop nd blue jeans high waisted nd heels or shoes black and make up she don't need just need to cover under eye areas
Makeovers needn't always involve a drastic haircut and hair color. Most of us like our virgin hair and would like to keep it that way. Maybe a slight trim combined with showing ways to volumize her hair and take care of it within the constraints of a busy schedule and pollution.
but what my feeling is she is more pretty and looks very younger before the hair cut and make up. i was really excited why they cut her long beutiful hair... from my expirince i know how it hard to grow our hair...
deraksha behen you were looking very beautiful before the makeover. And why was that lady in beginning saying you have less hair. She herself has 3-4 hair on her head. They cut your hair and spoiled them further by putting this run of the mill color :(
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