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One of the most interesting aspects of Kathakali is its elaborate make-up code. Most often, the make-up can be classified into five basic sets namely Pachcha, Kathi, Kari, Thaadi, and Minukku. The differences between these sets lie in the predominant colours that are applied on the face. Pachcha (meaning green) has green as the dominant colour and is used to portray noble male characters who are said to have a mixture of "Satvik" (pious) and "Rajasik" (kingly) nature. Rajasik characters having an evil streak ("tamasic"= evil) -- all the same they are anti-heroes in the play (such as the demon king Ravana) -- and portrayed with streaks of red in a green-painted face. Excessively evil characters such as demons (totally tamasic) have a predominantly red make-up and a red beard. They are called Chuvanna Thaadi (Red Beard). Tamasic characters such as uncivilised hunters and woodsmen are represented with a predominantly black make-up base and a black beard and are called Kari/Karutha Thaadi (meaning black beard). Women and ascetics have lustrous, yellowish faces and this semi-realistic category forms the fifth class. In addition, there are modifications of the five basic sets described above such as Vella Thadi (white beard) used to depict Hanuman (the Monkey-God) and Pazhuppu, which is majorly used for Lord Shiva and Balabhadra.
The make up is made from various mineral ores and pigments. They are ground on a stone and mixed with coconut oil before being applied on the face. Some characters also have their features enhanced, such as an enlarged nose or an elaborate moustache. There are made using elaborately cut paper which is stuck to the face with a mixture of thick rice paste and calcium carbonate. Dancers also often place a "chundanga seed" (variety of eggplant which bears small fruits) under their lower eyelid before the performance to turn the white of their eyes red. In fact the "chundanga" is not really a seed and is prepared by removing the ovaries at the base of the flowers of this plant. The procedure used for preparing these seeds involves the rubbing of a bunch of these in your palm until they become black (starting from a white color) and nearly dehydrated. They often last long enough for a season (of around four months) in this condition.
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My make-up - I started using Bare Escentuals back in 2006 and have used them ever since. I use their foundation, Mineral Veil, All Over Face Color, blush, eyeshadow, mascara, brow kit, and lipgloss.
I prefer to use Too Faced’s Primed & Poreless Skin Smoothing Face Primer because for some reason the bareMinerals’ primer doesn’t play nice with my moisturizer and makes weird chunks on my face. I also use Too Faced’s Shadow Insurance eye primer because I seem to get more in the tube than I do with the bareMinerals primer, plus I mix it with shadow and use it as eyeliner.
I use Neutrogena’s Healthy Skin Brightening Eye Perfector as an under-the-eye concealer. I use Tarte’s FRXtion Sugar Lip Exfoliator and Soothing Balm as a base to clean my lips off and get it moisturized before I either put on my lipgloss or M.A.C.’s Viva Glam V lipstick.
NOTE: I recently had to stop using the Too Faced eye primer as it was giving my eyelid an allergic reaction. I am now back to my old staple: Urban Decay's Eyeshadow Primer Potion Tube.
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