Matte Look Liquid Sindoor The red Matte Look Liquid Sindoor is significant for the married woman as she is full of Colour.
A similar coloring ritual is known as Liquid Sindoor. named after another name for Sindoor. The Sindoor is first applied to the woman by her husband on the day of her wedding; this is called the Sindoor Daanam ceremony. After this, she applies it herself every day.
Methods and styles of applying the Sindoor vary from personal choice to regional customs. Many new brides will fill the whole hair line with Sindoor. while other married women a red spot at the end of the hair line and forehead. Recently, a triangle shape on the forehead pointing towards the nose, with a diamond Bindi for fashion, is being worn by younger women.
Apply Sindoor on your forehead with the sponge-tip applicator. Remove with a cotton pad and makeup remover.
indoor is traditionally applied at the beginning or completely along the parting-line of a woman’s hair (also called mang in Hindi or simandarekha in Sanskrit) or as a dot on the forehead. Sindoor is the mark of a married woman in Hinduism. Single women wear the bindi in different colors for special occasions sindoor in their parting of the hairline. Widows do not wear sindoor or bindis, signifying that their husband is no longer alive.
The sindoor is first applied to the woman by her husband on the day of her wedding; this is called the Sindoor Daanam ceremony. After this, she applies it herself every day.