Try this look for Diwali with some gorgeous shimmery shadows, a winged liner and an optional orange-ish red lipstick
Here’s a step-by-step guide on how I achieved this look —
First, I’m using the Urban Decay eyeshadow primer potion all over the eye, so the eyeshadow looks more vibrant.Next, I am applying MAC Concrete on the crease as a transition color which will help me blend the other eyeshadows seamlessly.
For the outer corner I’ve chosen to use MAC Coppering which I am blending with the matte brown on the crease.For the eyelid, I’m applying MAC Amber lights which is a light-medium copper with a warm gold shimmer and a metallic finish. To intensify the outer corner a bit more, i am adding MAC Carbon to the outer corner.
For my brow bone, I’m using MAC Ricepaper to add a highlight.
The Milani Supreme kohl kajal is my new favorite drugstore kajal which I am using in my waterline and blending it with MAC Coppering.
Moving on to eyeliner – I’m using the Maybelline Gel Liner with a sharp pointed tip brush.
Next, we curl lashes and apply mascara. I’ve used the Maybelline Total Temptation mascara.
I am finally combing out my eyebrows and filling it in with MAC Embark and an angular brush.
I am mixing my Givenchy full coverage foundation with MAC Strobe cream with a beauty blender.
To cover up some imperfections, I’m applying the NARS cream concealer under the eyes.
I’m setting the concealer with Loreal Infallible powder.
Next, I am using Benefit Hoola for some light contouring, a peach B&D professional blush on the apples of my cheeks & Bobbi Brown highlighter in Pink Quartz as highlight on my cheekbones.
Now for lips I chose to do 2 looks. So one was a nude look (MAC Kinda Sexy) and the other an orange-red (MAC So Chaud).
Let me know which one you like better!
Here’s wishing you a VERY HAPPY & PROSPEROUS DIWALI!