In Twos

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Aishwaya attended a launch event for a watch brand that she endorses in Rome and was seen in two gowns, first in a Ziad Germanos and then in a Nedret Taciroglu. Between the two much preferred her in the simpler gown and the eye-makeup there was a lot more flattering. I wasn’t a fan of the stark white eye-shadow that she sported in the Taciroglu.

Which look did you prefer?

In Nedret Tacoroglu

Photo Credit: Viral Bhayani

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  1. The shimmery eye shadow and the middle parting ~ there is nowhere else the eye travels!! Why o why?? Doesn’t her team read the comments? I still haven’t come to accept her style!! The straight gown is a bit of a relief, although I’m sure if someone else sported it won’t have been spared!!

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  2. The bottom row , last pic is so edited that her nose has almost disappeared. She is beautiful, so don’t see the need of such extreme photoshopping. Never been a fan of her style though.

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  3. It must take a lot of skill to mess up the eye makeup on a face like that unless she decided to take a nap last minute…doubt she has no say in her final appearance or has just become too non-chalant about everything now with age…she comes across as being stifled for expression and criticism to please everyone

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  4. The shimmery highlight on the cleavage is such a put off. It takes some serious talent to get one of the prettiest women in the world look like this! And the make up and editing of the pics makes it look like a Maddam Tassauds wax figure

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  5. If I were her, I would wipe off the eye shadow if there was no time to redo it! Don’t they realize how bad it looks?? She needs a new stylist, hair stylist, and make-up artist ASAP!

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  6. What is that white patch on her first gown? It is only on one side and it is such an eye sore.
    Whenever I see her, I don’t know why, but I feel she has become a missed opportunity. She is so beautiful, in the right career for people to appreciate her beauty and she does this at events when all she has to do is look beautiful. Why these princess-y gowns? Even her daughter must have grown out of the princess phase now (if we assume she was behind her mom’s sartorial choices). The world of fashion has gone places and Aishwarya is stuck in 00’s.
    She puts in minimal effort and the day these opportunities are given to people who will work for it and appreciate it, she might get off her high-horse and make some effort to look contemporary and glam.

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  7. Abhishek Posted an untouched photo of Aishwarya in the first gown above on instagram, and to be politely honest, she looked quite real (but old in it). Overnight the picture was taken off and some photoshopped picture + an old beautiful pic of her was posted. she is a beautiful woman, why are women in movies not comfortable getting old gracefully- Lines and wrinkles are beautiful when worn with confidence. Happy bday to Aish.

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    • Wow, i just noticed after your comment that he deleted that real untouched picture! To be honest she was looking way better in that pic than these photoshopped ones.

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    • i saw the first picture posted,she looked really bad in it ,she doesnt look like that ,not sure what you are trying to prove here,she doesnt look good overly made up or in westernised looks,u cannot justify a bad picture saying that it looks real or it shows her lines and wrinkles

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      • Have you seen her in real life without or with make up? How do you know what she looks like. She is 46. It’s anyone guess that the first picture was her real self. it may be a “bad picture” as you call it because our version of the “beautfiful picture” is not photoshopped images. Coming back to the point. It was a normal picture but I guess being a celebrity you cant put yourself out there the way you are- because of people’s perception… I totally get it why he removed it but it overall makes me sad to think about the pressure these people are under to always look stunning.

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  8. I saw a lookbook pic of the Tacoroglu and it looks like something out of a fantasy, with so much more body and articulation. The dress on Ash looks so limp and lifeless — maybe she skipped an underskirt or something?
    also, yes, the photoshopping is out of control.

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  9. Aishwarya always dresses like it’s a red carpet occasion.
    She’s wearing either floor length gowns or sarees at formal events.
    ..Should change it up a bit.

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    • In the fourth picture, even her arms look photoshopped. The upper arm looks unusually long. What is the point of being famous if you can’t even get proper photoshop done

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  10. A very lazy attempt at getting Aishwarya dressed. Greasy make up, dated hair (on her) and the sad weird gowns. Both gown have fur issues at same place, the first gown looks like soap foam on body

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  11. All of the above. But. It is such a relief to see her in pastels and softer colours, and to not see her orange hued lipstick. She sometimes gets her red lip right. But mid-parted hair with the orange is overworked and bad to boot. I’ll take the pink lip anyday.

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  12. Loved the pale satin one… whiteflower detail in the bust of Nedret gown was a deal breaker. In both the air brushed pics n the one in natural light posted by her husband, she looked beautiful. At 46, one cant expect her to be like in her pageant days. She was at an event to commemorate 2 decades of her association with Longines. Cant think of anyone from her field being so timeless. When younger actresses put up photo shopped images ,there is no criticism. But when it comes to Ash, everyone is up in arms !

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    • Well said! N am sure these are very people who put hundred filters n then post their pics on insta! Harsh I know but today’s reality!

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  13. Why in world would someone like Aishwarya photoshop her pictures. Her editing is too funny tbh. But then I saw what Abhishek posted, and then I got the deal. I don’t think we need to teach Aish what being beautiful is all about. When you Accept your flaws you become more beautiful. Both gowns are downright tacky. You can do much much better Aishwarya. Please stop photoshopping. You have been beautiful always, nd will remain one. You have worked hard to be here, don’t spoil it by all this attention seeking. Best of luck. Aastha, please pay attention to whom you are dressing and what pictures are being put on line.

    Your biggest fan.
    Love.

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  14. Another Cinderella gown. Someone please tell her Cinderella was a 16 year old girl. Why can’t she dress more age appropriately? Also the amount of photoshop we see on her pictures are seriously funny cause she is supposed to be a natural beauty and the most beautiful woman in the world. If it is true she must be the most insecured beautyqueen we ever had

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    • Age has nothing to do with how you dress. Gowns are not just for 16 year olds, sorry. Also, as others have pointed out all celebrity photos online as well as print, are getting edited, so let’s not just target Aishwarya. Not sure if it’s a sign of insecurity, it’s just become the norm. Aishwarya is beautiful either way, we all know that :)

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      • Age has everything to do with how one dress. I never said gowns are for 16 year old’s only. My comment was on this specific style of gown which is clearly not for a mature woman. Read the comment before jumping to defend your fav. And when it comes to editing, editing a picture a bit to cover some minor flaws are not same as photoshopping one to look 3 size smaller and look like a completely different person. Look at her Bhaidooj and Durgapuja pictures and compare those with these pictures you will know what I mean.

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  15. give the poor a break,it is a bit like people found a bad picture of hers on internet and now every one is hell bent on establishing that that is how she really looks,iam fourty plus myself and i know how difficult is to look good in pictures at my age, some people are even advising her to accept that picture as the reality,but that is not how she really looks ,that is her looking over made up in an age inappropriate gown ,sadly most of her longines L’Oreal appearances end up like that,she is somebody who can look ethereal in a simple white salwar,would love to see her in indian attires without any make up like the way she appears in manirathnam movies

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  16. There is unnecessary pressure on women to look unrealistically good for their age, especially beauty queens. Wish people would accept the reality that ageless perfection doesn’t exist. It seems like everyone wants to live in a fantasy world & not accept the fact that people age. Because of this pressure & label she has to maintain a certain image. Women should be allowed to age gracefully & not be judged solely for looks- even if they happen to be a beauty queens.

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    • On the contrary everyone is expecting to see her the way she is in real life, without tons of makeup, childish clothes and extreme photoshop. Are you reading the same comments as rest of us? No one is putting any pressure on her except she herself.

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  17. Jesus some people don’t have time to read all the comments. I’m just expressing my opinion lol. This is about the pressure All women face internationally and not just for Aishwarya. Am not obsessed with her lol. I just appreciate her beauty and talent.

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    • Everyone is commenting on this post. Stop pretending that you are so above everyone else that you have no time to read what people are discussing. The simple rule of participating in any discussion is knowing what is being discussed . If you are so busy just refrain from putting a random comment in a specific discussion.

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