Vendor Review: MUA Mona of b:blunt

25 thoughts on “Vendor Review: MUA Mona of b:blunt”

  1. Apart from makeup, Interiors are also nice and bridal room is spacious, I think it was nice that they didn’t take too many bookings and there was ample room in parlor to roam around. Usually parlor have 10~12brides each day and hence they dnt pay individual attention.

    Extra brownie points from my side to B:blunt! very friendly as compared to Plum which is next door, they create huge issue with male photographers >_<

    ps: post some pics of interior! the sofa and the bookshelf wallpaper…

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      1. Omg!you are such a lifesaver, I am having an extremely unplanned and hurried engagement this saturday after much opposition from both families. But finally, we are getting married 🙂 everything got decided today itself and it is only now that i have started thinking about the dress, hair etc.Pls pls pls help me if possible. After reading your post, I called b:blunt and Mona is available. I want extremely subtle makeup, should i book her, whatsay?

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  2. thank you!!! this post came as an answer to my prayers…. just this very moment i was researching online for MUAs, called a few, liked a few, hated a few… and was praying that you would put a review soon of b:blunt! and the very next minute, a new post alert comes in my mailbox with your review!!

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    1. Oh, i just sent you a mail telling you that the post is up! 🙂 Well, I’m glad it will be useful to you! You’re getting married end of this year, right? Which month?

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  3. Sumit is pretty awesome as a hair stylist. I’ve been going to him for the past few months abd my fair looks great.. He’s the one who made me really fall in love with my natural wavy hair, giving me a style that match me ditch my hair iron for good! Plus he’s not one of the hairstylists who only want to chop off the hair length..

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  4. Personally, dont know why you are not a fan of your reception haristyle. I thought it was fresh and avoided the usual super grown up look brides tend to get on their functions. You are a young bride and your haristyles show just that.

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    1. I loved the hairstyle from the back, but not so much from the front. Didn’t suit my face as much as I would’ve liked it to. But then again, I’m very fussy like that!

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  5. Hey…I was wondering what do you mean when you say you can keep your kajal intact by applying eyeliner smack under the line where your kajal ends…I thought kajal and eyeliner were almost the same things…do u mean locking it in with a liquid eyeliner?

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  6. I am totally in love with your wedding look. The make up is brilliant. The post is super informative and very well written.
    Thanks a lot for sharing.

    XOXO
    Manali
    secretsofmissdaydreamer.blogspot.in

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      1. just came across this blog recently and i must say very informative and very well written …. and you look great in ur pics 🙂 hey any idea if lakme’s air brush makeup is good? i enquired about it and they seem to be doing this for 10k . any reviews??

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  7. Hello 🙂 can’t thank u enough for this blog! It’s a great starting point for as ignorant a bride-to-be as me. Only glad I have around 4-5 months to go and frankly now it doesn’t seem enough! Every day I hear of something new. I was actually talking to someone and got to know about AIRBRUSHED MAKEUP. I read about it on the net but now I have one more thing to worry about! What did u choose for ur wedding- airbrushed or traditional ? What would u suggest?
    Looking forward to any response
    Stressed out,
    -N

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  8. Hi lovely ladies,

    Thanks the delhi bride and other bloggers. I have got so much info about indian weddings through the wedding blogs . I had no clue where to start when in April we decided to get married in India. So the big day is on 22nd dec. I heard that late dec is bit quite for weddings in India so choose the date around that time, as we live in very quite country and we will be lost if its too crowdy. We are from New Zealand and looking for MUA for the wedding day plus few pre -wedding treatments in delhi. I want someone who does subtle make up but still makes me look like a bride . I am fair skinned & possess quite sharp features . So want someone to work around them I like to look natural. We will reach India on 1st of dec and would like to get a make up trial along with buying a wedding outfit for me and other half in the first week of dec. I know its bit stupid of me to wait until then but its quite far away so we cannot travel as much as we like to. I have few queries if any of you can help me.
    1) Pre-wedding treatments: like full body wrap, massages, eyebrows, facials 2 weeks & few days before wedding ( for both bride & groom). Something for both of us to relieve stress & jetlag plus enjoy our time together in a serene environment with a drink or two. Have not come accross any place like that online yet in Delhi . Any suggestions will be great.
    2) Acrylic Nail salon. I could get them done in NZ but will grow out by the wedding day so need someone experienced for touch up or do a new set. I want wedding theme on my nails but not overdone. Any suggestions welcome ??
    3) Suggestions about MUA. I would like someone to come at the venue.: I have narrowed down to Chandni ( I know she dont but anybody knows if her senior artists travel & how their work is), Tejasvini, Simran kalra , Kritids. Not sure who to go with…. I am all confused here. Any suggestions on these or any other artists will be great??

    Thanks a ton ladies. Hope to hear from some of you soon.

    Cheers,
    Lovee

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  9. Hey,can you tell me if bblunt is good for hair cut?Which one in Delhi is best for haircut?Can you suggest hairstylist also (for haircut)?Any idea about charges?Thank you. 🙂

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  10. hey.. you’re a pretty girl with such an innocent face. but seriously, looks like you have no make up on. you could ve gotten ready yourself better than this :/

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    1. Haha! Thanks for the compliment 🙂 that’s the magic of great makeup – it looks like there’s no makeup! But there is 🙂 and I didn’t even know how to do basic basic makeup, so no way I could’ve pulled this off myself. Eyeliner, concealer, right way to apply foundation, eyeshadows, eyelash curling – I knew absolutely nothing when I was getting married. Still don’t have most of these skills!

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