The film industry has always made a mark when it comes to makeup and the recent trends in it. But when we talk about the periodic films, the makeup and hair dynamic becomes slightly different as it has to take its audience back to the era they are making a film about. Hence in order to make a historical film believable, getting the hair and makeup done right is vital. That’s why a movie’s beauty team will spend hours researching, designing, and planning how they can execute looks no one has worn for dozens, if not hundreds, of years. And right there some of the makeup artists have done wonders. Let us look at them one by one:

Padmavati was one of the most exciting Bollywood releases of 2017. Ranveer Singhs look created a lot of buzz .Ranveer  played the role of Alauddin Khilji and he looks fierce.Ranveer’s Alauddin Khilji became one of the most iconic antagonists in Bollywood and one can just see it. From the perfectly kohled eyes to those long and rugged tresses, everything adds to the personality of Khilji. The look was executed by Indian cinemas most skilled prosthetic artist – Preeetisheel Singh.

Preeetisheel Singh is a famous make-up artist of the Bollywood industry. She gave us proof of her exquisite work in films such as Shivaay, Rangoon where she was the brains behind the main protagonists’ look of the Second World War backdrop, Haider, Brothers, Mom, Talwar to name a few.

This talented lady is behind Deepika Padukone’s mind blowing look in her recent blockbuster Padmavat-the period drama starring Deepika Padukone, Ranveer Singh and Shahid Kapoor. Padmavat is set during the 12th century, and there’s not  even paintings from that era from where  references can be taken. Yet she managed to make that gorgeous lady look so beautiful with doing rightful justice to her character.

Deepika Padukone’s unibrow look as the title character, Rani Padmavati, was particularly discussed and really appreciated. Winged eyeliner style was  applied on her charming face and she did kajal in her eyes. This style is particularly outdated but this movie was based on Indian History so it really created a royal look on her. And then winged eyeliner became a trend.