Priyanka Chopra's Stunning Bridal Beauty Is Surprisingly Affordable
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Let's be completely honest here -- actor Priyanka Chopra and musician Nick Jonas' five-day wedding extravaganza in India was a tad OTT. In the best way possible, of course.
There were countless parties in the lead up to tying the knot, then there were the weddings themselves -- that's right, TWO of 'em -- plus the bride's stunning series of gowns.
The lavish 'do likely cost a bomb, but one element was surprisingly affordable -- Priyanka's bridal beauty.
As her makeup artist Yumi Mori revealed on Instagram, the 36-year-old opted for Marc Jacobs Beauty products for her big day -- and yes, you can buy it all from Sephora.
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For her vibrant pink pout Mori reached for Le Marc Lip Crème Lipstick in Oh Miley ($43), which might just be our fave part of the whole lewk.
We don't have the deets on Chopra's makeup for the Hindu ceremony, however it looks like Mori kept things just as pared back, but with a similarly bold lip.
While we're here, we can't not talk about the dress. Or dresses, we should say.
The Quantico star slipped into an exquisite custom Ralph Lauren gown -- with a 23 metre veil to boot! -- for the Western event, and we can't get over it.
It was actually two dresses in one -- a strapless column dress embellished with pearlescent sequins with a hand-embroidered, high-neck coat with scalloped sleeves and satin-covered buttons worn over the top.
The embroidery on the coat included eight significant words and phrases selected by the bride, including "Family," "Hope," and "Compassion." Naw!
The show-stopper had to be the veil, which was 4.5 times longer than her friend the Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle's. Take that Your Highness!
The groom wore a Ralph Lauren Purple Label double-breasted tuxedo with a piece of his bride's dress hand-embroidered with the Urdu words “My Jaan” (meaning “My Life”) at the interior lapel of the jacket, just over his heart.
For the Hindu ceremony Chopra donned a divine red traditional lehenga by Indian designer Sabyasachi, while her 26-year-old hubby wore a feathered wedding turban.
We're keeping our eyes peeled for more gorgeous pics as the newlyweds share them online.
Feature image: People.