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Mehendi designs in Covid era: Bride and groom in masks – more lifestyle

Just bride and groom engraved in a mehendi design is passé in 2020 as to-be brides desire a image that defines the Covid period masks. Good well being and security of their partner, is what a spouse hopes for her husband, and this thought is being manifested in the most recent mehendi designs this wedding ceremony season amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Mehendi artists inform us about this new pattern.

‘It’s a brand new design, and additionally trending’

A mehendi artist from Gurugram, Karan Nayak says he’s been making such masked figures in mehendi designs for the brides-to-be of late. “Yeh design maine isi month banaya for a bride; ekdum naya hai aur khoob chal raha hai (I made this design this month itself for a bride. It’s a new design and is trending). We first showed this design to a girl who was to be married, and then dulhan ne kaha bhaiya ‘Mujhe aur mere pati ko mask pehne huye banao’. Karwa Chauth pe yehhi bana ne ki karenge is baar (We’ll be mostly making this new design for Karwa Cahuth this year).”



But the costs aren’t fastened, and will rely upon the day of Karwa Chauth.“Corona ki wajah se bahut mandi hai. Kaafi dino se khaali baithe hain, aise hi orders aa rahe hai shaadi. Ab toh jo customer de de,” provides Nayak.

‘Mask Wala Design Chahiye’

Anil Kumar, one other mehendi artist who has made a bridal mehendi the place each the bride and groom adorn the masks, says, “Aaj kal ladkiya botli hain ‘Mask wala design chahiye bhaiya’, aur hum bana dete hai. This one was priced at ₹7,100. Koi bhi design ho customer ko pasand aana chahiye bas. Toh phir hum ussi hisaab se bana dete hai ki unko sundar design bhi mile aur message bhi ho jaaye. Brides want ki acha message jaaye apne mehendi design se (We make mehendi patterns that are beautiful yet send out a positive message).”

‘Corona hain toh masks ban rahe hai’

“Jab Rakshabandhan aata hai toh Rakhi ka design bana diya. Ab corona hain toh masks ban rahe hain (For Rakshabandhan we make Rakhi specific designs, and now since there’s corona, masks are taking over mehendi designs). We are in a pandemic and a mask is a must, so women want it in their mehendi designs, too,” says mehendi artist, Mansingh, including, “Karwa Chauth pe hum customers ko batayenge ki yeh bhi likh sakte hain: Stay Safe.”

‘Humari shaadi corona mein hui thi’

“Clients who have made bookings for coming months, have shortlisted designs that have figures of the bride and the groom wearing masks.” – Anuj Kumar, a mehendi artist

Anuj Kumar, a mehendi artist from Tilak Nagar feels this pattern will proceed for months to come back. “Shaadi season will pick up from October 23, uske baad se hi start karenge banana. We have put up some designs on our website and that’s where people saw it and have started demanding it. Yeh ek memory ke liye hoti hai; log sochte hain baad me photo dekh ke ki ‘Humari shaadi hui toh corona chal raha tha’. I charge ₹11,000 for bridal mehendi on both hands. Bride and groom ki jo image banegi woh mask ke saath banegi aage aane wale mahino mein (Clients who have made bookings for coming months, have shortlisted designs that have figures of the bride and the groom wearing masks),” she says.

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