Manasa Radhakrishnan reveals her comfy cosmetic

Manasa Radhakrishnan
'Foundations make me feel perfect', says Manasa Radhakrishnan.
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Manasa Radhakrishnan debuted in Malayalam cinema as a child artist. With her lengthy, shining black locks of hair, prominent eye-brows and a charming smile, Manasa holds a special place in the hearts of Malayalam movie lovers. Ethnic is not every woman's comfort zone but for Manasa, saree is more than just a costume. “I feel confident on wearing a saree. I barely miss out a chance to flaunt it,” Manasa says.

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The 20-year-old, who is a student of Btech Computer science, is also a fan of cosmetics. Revealing that Mac is her favorite brand, Manasa says she doesn't appear at a function without wearing a foundation pack. “Foundations make me feel perfect. They boost my look. I don't settle to a brand less than Mac. Mac is 'the perfect' when it comes to foundations,” she says.

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Manasa loves wearing kurtis and salwars. For her, ethnics enhance her personality. “I feel like I am wearing an attire when I flaunt sarees or salwars. In case of western wear, I feel the dress is wearing me. I want my personality to overrule my appearance,” she says.

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At the same time, Manasa loves wearing skirts. At home, she crawls into her favorite shorts and tees. The 'Crossroads' fame has a wide collection of her own childhood outfits. “I associate my dresses with some incidents, occasions and memories. I do not feel like throwing them away even if they are torn and tattered.

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Manasa Radhakrishnan with Vishnu Unnikrishnan in her latest flick 'Children's Park'.

Manasa is an only daughter to Radhakrishnan, an NRI, and Sreekala, a homemaker. After performing in a row of hit movies like 'Tiyaan,' 'Kaattu,' and 'Vikadakumaran,' Manasa's latest flick - 'Children's Park' starring Vishnu Unnikrishnan - is running successfully in the theaters.

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