Ranbir has acted quite well, and Nargis, uhhh, looks very pretty, I shall say & leave it at that.
I quite liked her makeup in the movie, where she plays a fresh faced Kashmiri girl. In fact I have named it - Color without Texture Look.
That's coz she is wearing makeup in the movie, but all the products are such that it seems like she has no makeup on. The pink rosiness to her cheeks & that pinky brown tint to her lips has been done in a manner that it seems to exude from within her. But I'm pretty sure it does not.
I won't claim to know how exactly they went about recreating her exact look - but I can give you some tips to help you get close to it.
1. Avoid all products with any kind of shimmer. All glittery, shimmery, high shine liners, glosses, lipsticks are a no-go here. Avoid at all costs.
3. Get your skin in place. Make sure the look is very dewy, with highlighting. No heavy powder or compact. I think one can either use Tinted Moisturisers with a good creamy concealer for this or else if you use powder, follow up with something like MAC Fix + to remove the power look. Primer is also a must for this look - it will help your foundation go on smoother & as a result you'll apply less of that.
4. Now that your skin is in place, go for a cream blush that is high on pigment. Matt blush, no shimmer, ok? I'd suggest NYX. Go for pink or peach - no muddy brown tones. Apply with a light hand. You just want a *slight* hint of color. Please don't overload your cheeks like how Kareena Kapoor does at times. It won't work in this look. You just want that natural rosiness that living in the hills in winters gives you.
Have you seen the movie? Did you like Nargis's look in it? Any tips to re-create it? Do Share!