Bali Bridal Makeup As Cultural Wisdom in 4.0 Era

Mutimmatul Faidah, Ni Luh Ayu Astiti, Ni Putu Delia Wulansari


This study aims to describe the influence of caste on Balinese bridal make-up and explain a cultural wisdom on bridal make-up in Industrial Revolution 4.0. This research is a qualitative. Ethnography theory was used to analyze the data. There are three Balinese makeup styles, Madya Balinese Bridal Make-up for Weisa and Kstaria castes, Nista Bridal Make-up for the Sudra caste and Bali Agung Payas Bride for the aristocracy. Bridal make up is a medium of communication for Balinese culture.

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