Isha Ambani’s make-up artist Vardan Nayak: Isha likes to keep her skin as real and natural as possible

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Isha Ambani, the daughter of Mukesh Ambani and Nita Ambani is a graduate from Yale University with a degree in psychology and South Asian studies and she is indeed the best successor to the Ambani Empire.

For a long time, Isha Ambani has created a great niche in the business and in 2008, she was even ranked second on the Forbes’ “Youngest Billionaire Heiresses” list. Isha Ambani has also worked as a business analyst at McKinsey and Company, before pursuing her MBA from Stanford University.

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It was truly Isha Ambani who seeded the idea of the famous Jio in Mukesh Ambani’s mind. It was also revealed by Mukesh Ambani to a group of audience in London in March 2018, while receiving the Financial Times-ArcelorMittal Award for “boldness in business”.

Mukesh said that the idea of Jio was first seeded by Isha in the year 2011. At that time, Isha was a student at Yale in US and back home for her holidays

She indeed had to submit some coursework and said that the internet at their house was below par in terms of performance. It was also Isha’s idea that paved the way for having a different logo that will stand out from the rest of the business.

At the engagement ceremony of Akash Ambani and Shloka Mehta, Isha Ambani had caught the limelight with her amazing outfits and charm. In a recent interview, her make-up artist Vardan Nayak revealed a lot of facts about her looks from the engagement eve.

Isha’s three engagement make-up looks were termed as classic, timeless and glowing with her amazing skin and it really took the center state.

Vardan said that Isha is very much trying to keep her skin real and natural in the best ways possible. And this is the reason, why she looked so stunning at the engagement ceremony.

While talking on Isha Ambani Piramal’s beautiful eyes, Vardan added, “Isha has gorgeous eyes, and went for a smouldering, sultry look: Subdued by day, and played up for evening.”

Published by Ricky Tandon on 12 Sep 2019

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