Ready to go Festive Make up!!
Undoubtedly a good make up skills always help you to look more beautiful. Visiting parlour for every occasion and festival seasons is not every one cup of tea. More over visiting beauty parlour takes lot of time and simultaneously it is expensive affair too. Here we are going to share some makeup tips which will certainly enhance your look.
Apply lighter brown shadow on the upper eye lid and dark brown eye shadow in the crease, to add depth. Outline the eyes with dark eye pencil or eyeliner. For a smudged effect, a dark eye shadow also works well on the upper lid, close to the lashes. Extend it a little beyond the outer corner of the eyes, slightly upwards. Smudging can be done with a sponge tipped applicator. Eye liner or dark eye shadow may be applied on the lower lid and then smudged.
Enhance Your Look With Mascara:
Roll-on mascara is easy to apply. While applying mascara on the upper lashes, look downwards. Apply it both above and below the upper lashes, for a thicker look. Apply on lower lashes too. Wait for a while and apply a second coat. Then brush out the lashes, with a small eyelash brush. To make lashes appear thicker, apply powder between two coats of mascara.
For the lips:
Use a lip liner the same colour as your lipstick. Apply lip gloss in the centre, after applying lipstick. For normal Indian complexion, go for warm earthy colours, like coral, wine, plum, strawberry, red and shades of red in lipstick. A dark pink or rose-red would look good too. One can also mix two colours to create the desirable effect.
Bindi is an integral part of Indian look. Festive makeup is incomplete without bindi. Look for a decorative bindi, to match the colour of your dress. A bindi, studded with small sparkling stones, combined with a bright colour would be most attractive.