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'Confident Beauty' campaign launched by Supari Studios with Bobbi Brown Cosmetics

The campaign features Tara Sutaria

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MUMBAI: Award-winning digital content studio, Supari Studios, collaborated with Bobbi Brown Cosmetics to launch the Indian counterpart of its global ‘Confident Beauty’ campaign, featuring its first celebrity brand ambassador for India, Tara Sutaria. 

‘Confident Beauty’ is a brand equity campaign that celebrates confident women and diversity, linked to their hero foundation products and equity in shade breadth, undertone and skin tone leadership. The brand’s multifaceted approach communicates face leadership and true beauty philosophy. To address this messaging, the film showcases brand ambassador Tara Sutaria reflecting on what beauty means to her; we see an engaging montage of Tara as she prepares for a performance by rehearsing her dance, in addition to using her Bobbi Brown’s Skin Long-Wear Weightless Foundation SPF 15, which plays an important role in building her confidence and bringing out her natural beauty when she finally gets on to stage. 

The lineup holds a breadth of 43 shades, which include the 12 newly launched shades globally complimenting different skin tones, making every woman feel confident.  

Giving viewers glimpses into several aspects of Tara’s personality, the Supari Studios team detailed the film’s visuals in a manner that lent the campaign authenticity to stay true to its larger messaging. Along with being an actor, Tara Sutaria is also a ballet dancer and an opera singer; keeping this in mind, the music composed played a key role in defining the film’s visual tone, with its highs and lows perfectly matching those of the script and narrative. Being a counterpart of the brand’s larger global campaign, the Supari Studios team also ensured that Bobbi Brown Cosmetics’ overall brand language and campaign requirements were retained, while adequately tying it together with Tara’s story and perspective. The campaign thus, aims to encourage its audience to defy societal norms of beauty, urging them to be more comfortable and revel in their own true skin. 

Director of the film  Tanvi Gandhi said, “Since Bobbi Brown was launching its first campaign with brand ambassador, Tara Sutaria, it was important that we maintained the perfect balance between a beautiful high-fashion aesthetic and staying true to Tara's personality so as to depict her life in the most authentic and genuine way. Along with being an actor, Tara is also a dancer and performer - a skill that shines bright in the film. If I could describe the essence of the film in one word, it would be "Rhythm". From whatever we know about Tara, she is always moving, always on the go, always expressing herself to a beat. In order to accurately depict her life, we decided to create a visual language of rhythm in our film. We adapted that treatment to our cinematography, editing and music. The camera is never static in the film, it's always moving along with Tara, as a mere spectator trying to keep up with her. The music acts as a metronome with a gradual graph ending on a high as Tara finally takes the stage. The style of editing further emphasises the sense of rhythm - alternating between fast and slow cuts depending on what is needed.”

Supari Studios executive producer Mitali Sharma said, “When Bobbi Brown India approached us to make the Indian version to their 'Confident Beauty' campaign, we wanted to ensure that we keep the spirit of the Global films intact, while staying unique to Tara. Dance and music is essential to her, which is why we used the idea of beats and rhythms in the visuals and distilled it to even the editing pace of the film. It has been an amazing collaboration and you can see the zeal and energy that Tara lends to the brand. There couldn’t have been a better face for Bobbi Brown India.”

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