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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They has just spoiled the natural beauty of girl with that bad haircut and poor makeup. Moreover selected wardrobe was a total disaster. I think with indian ethnic kurtis, saree, or indowestern styles, she would look more classy and elegant.
She looks good before her long hair was so beautiful even though thin like my hair these people in the name of makeover they cut most of the hair .starting she said volume hair then y the hell she reduced her hair length
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