Masaba Gupta: Opening about her LoveChild and relationship with her parents
Masaba Gupta, a popular fashion designer, and actress have enjoyed her time working in the fashion industry. After that, from working in the biographical series 'Masaba Masaba' to her entrepreneurial journey toward the cosmetic brand, her life has been quite interesting.
During an interview, Masaba talked about her history with makeup and how it has been a crucial part of her life. She shared that as a child, she had a lot of skin issues and was forbidden from wearing makeup at home. Her mother's makeup was locked away from her, making it a tough time for her. She had terrible acne and had to take injections, antibiotics, and even birth control pills for her PCOS.
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Due to her past experiences, Masaba wanted to create a cosmetic brand that could cater to everyone's needs, regardless of their skin issues. According to Masaba Gupta, the aim of launching her brand was to create a line that could be worn by everyone, highlighting their strengths rather than concealing their flaws. She believes that makeup should not be used to cover up imperfections, but instead, as a way to enhance one's overall appearance. Additionally, her brand has an Indian angle that makes it unique and special.
Masaba also mentioned that her cosmetic collection has an Indian angle, which makes it unique and special. She believes that the brand is for everyone and should cater to everyone's needs. Her brand, LoveChild, is not just about covering up flaws but highlighting strengths and bringing out the best in everyone.
In the same interview, Masaba opened up about her relationship with her parents and talked about the bond with her mother and Indian actress Neena Gupta. She revealed that growing up with parents from diverse cultures was not easy, but it allowed her to develop a unique perspective on life. She added that she often felt like an outsider due to her mixed heritage but eventually learned to embrace her identity.
Gupta expressed her admiration for her parents, who have both achieved remarkable success in their respective fields. She credited them for instilling a strong work ethic in her and inspiring her to pursue her dreams. Gupta also spoke about her father's unwavering support and how his positive outlook has influenced her approach to life.
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