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Au Natural.

Manisha appeared at a kathak performance, looking somewhat tired, but on the whole, pretty in a simple cotton sari. There's nothing wrong with simple! I quite like the look. I just wish she'd opted for an oxidized jewelry set. As far as makeup goes, I'd bet she's opted for a fresh scrubbed look. It actually works for her as she's blessed with lovely, clear skin. It's nice to see a star who's comfortable enough in her own skin that she can leave the house without a full face of makeup. The key point to take home here is that she didn't throw off her fresh-faced look with inordinately heavy kajal or matte red lips. This look isn't for the faint of heart - self confidence is a must!Photo Source.

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