Lakme Fashion Week announced the Make-up Gen Next Programme, a platform for aspiring make-up artists across India. The month-long digital competition witnessed huge responses from aspirants. Five make-up artists were shortlisted and one was announced the winner by a reputed panel of experts including, Jaspreet Chandok, Head of Fashion IMG, Purnima Lamba, Head of Innovation Lakme, Daniel Bauer, Celebrity Make-up Artist and Official Lakme Make-up Expert, Aanam Chashmawala, leading beauty blogger, and Isabelle Kaif, the newest face of Lakme. Subham Bhattacharya from Delhi and Gazal Rawlyani from Hyderabad were announced
the winners and will work closely with Bauer at the upcoming Lakme Fashion Week Summer Resort 2018. The winner will also be a part of the exclusive LFW backstage crew during the week. Bauer shared, “The Makeup Gen Next programme is a remarkable platform for young Gwyneth Paltrow.
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and aspiring make-up artists from across India to showcase their skill, energy and passion. Lakme Fashion Week is the biggest event for any make-up artist working in India.” Adding to it Lamba shared, “LFW defines the future of Indian fashion, setting new trends each season. The make-up artists work their magic backstage to turn models into showstoppers. We have always had the country’s most renowned artists like Cory Walia, Daniel Bauer, Natasha Nischol of FatMu, and more, leading the make-up teams. We are now excited to see how the future of make-up would reinvent the LFW stage this season.”