It all started like this in ‘Prem Qaidi’… thick brows and frosted lips and heavy mascara teamed with big voluminous hair.
The cult favourite, ‘Andaz Apna Apna’, saw the actor in more ribbons, more mascara and a pink frosty pout.
Gone were the big curls and girly hairstyles, big brows and the pink frosty lips, to be replaced with sleek, straight hair, and plucked eyebrows and almost-matte lips. The mascara stayed in ‘Raja Hindustani’.
Her makeup changed ever so slightly during ‘Judwaa’, and got more chic. It turned more matte and she wore her hair sleek and straight.
She began looking like the person we know today during ‘Dil Toh Pagal Hai’. Sleeker hair teamed with makeup that revolved around nude-brown shades.
The girly ponytails briefly made a comeback in ‘Haseena Maan Jayegi’, but in a more coming-of-age avatar. The makeup remained minimalistic.
She began looking more and more like what we now recognise as her ultra-chic style with barely-there makeup and flawless porcelain skin in ‘Fiza’.
We think her personal style really began to express itself after we stopped seeing her in movies. Classic, elegant makeup with no-fuss hairstyles became her go-tos.
She looks more resplendent as the years go by, wouldn’t you agree?
We are in love with the actor’s style evolution. From girly curls, ribbons and that wide, doe-eyed newbie to a legit style icon, oozing elegance and class, she remains inimitably, Karisma Kapoor.