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.
The festive season is almost on and this inspires me to get out of my neutral makeup comfort zone and try on some bling. Here is a look comprising of soft smoked out eye makeup with some loose glitter. In the tutorial, I will also be showing you how to apply loose glitter particles so that they stay for longer. This look can be perfect for weddings too and would work well across skin tones.
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!
There has been a lot on my plate lately… I hope you miss watching my videos as much as I miss creating them 🙂
So here is what I wore today. I am so much in love with colored eyeliners. When it comes to a deep royal, sort of midnight blue, it pairs best with a soft brown, beige or old rose pink. I decided to bring them all together and quite liked the look. In spite of the off track blue, the look is a perfect day wear and some bling can transform it to a night look too.
My current makeup routine is quick, simple and super versatile. It’s extremely handy these days and I am so much liking it. Also keeping in mind the weather, I like to keep the look fresh, glowy and soft. This look can be pulled of comfortably by every skin tone and is a perfect day wear.
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!
A good elaborated dressing up is loved and desired by every girl, a half cut crease or a deep smokey eye makeup or a statement lip…. whatever it is, when practicality hits, we end up wrapping up the ‘get ready’ episode as soon as we can. This is when your quick makeup skill comes to rescue.
A classic black smokey eye makeup marked the onset of the trend. Even today it’s the much raved about look. It might look complex and difficult to achieve, but trust me, it is really simple and can be mastered by anyone. Just a little practice is all you shall need. The tutorial below will help you get hold of the right steps.
A smokey eye makeup is favorite for many! In fact it’s the most opted look. It can be chosen as a party look as well as a casual daily look depending upon what colors you pick and how you play around with them. I am quite excited to present a few smokey eye makeup tutorial to you makeup lovers out there who are in awe of this trend but still struggle to get it on point. Starting with the basics, here is a simple brown everyday smokey eye makeup tutorial.