Aishwarya won't let Aaradhya to try any make-up
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan may be one of the leading ladies when it comes to being a brand ambassador of a cosmetic company. But when it comes to her daughter, Aaradhya, she is dead against encouraging her daughter to taking a fancy towards the makeup kit.
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is the face of L’Oreal in India. In fact, she was recently seen at the launch of L’Oreal’s new kajal – Magique, where she grabbed eyeballs after shedding all the post pregnancy fat and looking glamorous in a black Dolce and Gabbana gown.
But she strongly disapproves of her daughter getting fascinated by makeup kits at a wee age. At a recent event, Aishwarya when asked if Aaradhya took a fascination to the makeup kit like all other two year olds, she was reported to have said, ‘It’s just too early! I may be a brand ambassador of a cosmetic company that i am very proud of, but I am not in favour of that.’
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan has been associated with L’Oreal Paris for a decade. She has been the consistent representative from India and has been an integral part of the brand communication strategy across the world and mainly in her home country, India. She has also represented the brand as a global brand ambassador at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival.
Although Aishwarya is one of the most sought after beauties in India, a powerful personality and one of the richest ladies of the country, she is a simple traditional person at heart which she vouched for when asked her opinion about Indian customs and traditions. She replied ‘We are rooted, consider values in the highest esteem, we are simple people. We are very hard working and we know how to retain respect, love and commitment, tradition. Being Indian is being beautiful.’
At the same time, she is not judgmental about others and is flexible when accepting others for what they are. On failed marriages in Bollywood, she said ‘I don’t think it is fair to get judgmental and limit relationships or strengths or inability to hold themselves or limit it to showbiz. What happens in society is each to his own. What would be fair and respectful is belief in people to allow them to live their lives and finding strength in choices they make.’
According to Aishwarya, it is unfair to be judgmental and blame it on one person or showbiz alone.