Disclaimer: This post is in collaboration with Bronx Colors, The products were sent to me by the brand but my thoughts on them are absolutely genuine and true.
I have never loved fall as much as I am loving it this time… In fact, more than the season, I am loving the beautiful colour scheme. Before this passes by, here is another makeup look. I did create a Fall Makeup Look before as well, that one was a bit bolder and this one is more neutral. We are soon entering November, so this could be the last fall makeup. Also, I tried some new products which were sent to me by Bronx Colors and shared my experience in the tutorial below.
Disclaimer: This post is in collaboration with Catrice, the products were sent to me by the brand but the review is totally genuine and true.
I can definitely count Trying New Makeup as one of those things that make me super happy. Recently I got my hands on some of the products from Catrice. I had never tried this brand before and was excited to explore. Here is a look which I created using all of these and have shared my experience with them in the tutorial below.
Do you notice how everything around just changes during the fall… I mean, you see dried fallen leaves, flowers fading away, there is a transition from hot sunny days to breezy cooler days… I love fall for the fact that it gears you up for the new season. My look today is very much inspired by this time of the year. I am loving the rusty shades of the season and would be coming up with more looks.
Isn’t it so exciting when there is a wedding in the family! I love to be a part of weddings, the whole idea of dressing up, meeting family and friends thrills me! We have reached that time of the year when weddings start getting lined up, especially in India. Here is a makeup look which you can opt for. I have used green and purple and gold so as to make it more versatile. I love to pair purple with gold, it’s one of my favourite combination for an eye look. The tutorial below will guide you through.
Do you also feel the happy vibes in the air as soon as these last few months of the year begin? Or is it just me?! With so many festivals and weddings coming up, I am all thrilled to share with you all some makeup looks which are created keeping in mind the mood.
Navratri and Durga Puja coming up next week, here is a look which I loved creating with some bold colors such as orange and green and even some bling. The look is quite edgy at the same time can be comfortably worn during day functions.
Happy September! We are officially in the month of Autumn, not far from winters, This is my favourite time of the year…. these last 4 months feel so good. The excitement of festivals, weddings fills the air with liveliness.
Outdoor day makeup can sometimes fall flat if you pick the wrong products… Sometimes the foundation oxidizes and turns orangey, sometimes the eyeshadow is blinding or the highlighter can make you look like a bulb! The key is to keep it soft and simple by using softer shades and lesser shimmer.
We are not very far from the onset of wedding season. I am so thrilled to share with you all some really useful makeup looks. I love opting blingy looks when I am going out to attend weddings, I just feel that’s the best time to bring those glitters in action.
Hope you all had a wonderful weekend! Mine was all about catching up with pending tasks… this week is surely going to be serious blogging. Lots of posts coming your way 🙂
Lately, I have been loving a lot of gold and bling looks. I created this one with lots of gold and a pop of turquoise and I can already tell from your response on my Instagram post that you guys loved it!! This was intended to be up last week itself but my video editing software refused to cooperate!
A deep plum makes an amazing eye shadow and suits quite a lot of skin tones. This is one of my favorite eye shadow shade. Here is a look that I created using a deep plum eye shadow and some glitter. It’s a perfect look for evening outings, parties or weddings. I have tried to make tutorial extremely simple. Hope you enjoy watching!