Sara Tendulkar Serves Up Manicure Inspo With Her Quirky Nail Design
Sara Tendulkar, daughter of cricketing legend Sachin Tendulkar, has quickly risen through the ranks of fashionable trends. Although her plans to become an actress or model in the future are not yet known, the 24-year-old’s Instagram follower base has grown to 1.7 million followers. Dedicated to her gym routine and a regular on Instagram reel trends, Sara certainly has a lot of potential. The charming young star recently served new doses of manicure inspiration to her family online.
On her Instagram Stories, Sara flaunted a new set of nails done in a quirky design with shades of blue. Nail design and art have exploded lately. Whether you want to bring an unexpected touch to an everyday outfit or accentuate a makeup look, trendy nails are now more than an afterthought. People are looking to experiment with creative designs and embrace vibrant colors that allow for self-expression. Go for rhinestones, pearls, optical illusions or technicolor french tips, name the nail trend and you can get it. At first glance, Sara’s nail art is inspired by the waves of the sea.
It was last year, in December, when Sara entered the world of modeling for an international clothing brand, Self Portrait. She was featured in an advertising campaign, available in India exclusively on the Ajio Luxe e-commerce platform. On Instagram, the starlet posted a promotional video also featuring Banita Sandhu and Tania Shroff.
Sara’s clothing business has always topped the trending list. A true fashionista in her own right, the diva turns heads with her stylish outings. Over the past few weeks, she has been giving glimpses of her fashionable moments, from Goa. When on the tourist beach, Sara likes to opt for light silhouettes and cheerful prints. Spotted posing in the setting sun with her four-legged friend, Sara looked chic in a red floral dress. “Sunset walks,” she captioned the post.
Sara holds a medical degree from University College London.
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