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Eye Make-up for Diwali: Golden & Blue Look

With Diwali just a couple of days away, we are all gearing up to look our best for the festival of lights. New clothes, new make-up… It's like you are in paradise :D

The first look that I have tried out for this Diwali look series is a blue and golden eye makeup look.
Close up of the eye

closed eyes


The products that I have used for this are:
1. L'Oreal Paris ColorAppeal Trio Pro eye shadow: Azur Blonde
2. maXfactor kajal: black
3. ELF liquid eyeliner: black
4. Oriflame Air soft Powder
5. Revlon Waterproof Mascara

L'Oreal Color Appeal Trio Pro: Azur Blonde

The steps are as follows:
1. First, I prepared the base of my eye makeup by dusting some Oriflame Air Soft powder over my lids and also under my eyes. This will delay creasing due to oily lids.
2. Next, I apply the golden shade of shadow over the whole of my lids.
3. Then, taking the midnight blue shadow, I blended it with the golden shadow on the outer 2/3 of my lids. Blending is important here as it will give a finished and a smokey appearance.
4. Then using an angled liner brush and dipping it in the midnight blue shadow I lined 3/4 of my crease.
5. Next, I applied kajal in my lower water line and lined my upper lash line with the liquid liner.
6. Finally, I coated my lashes with mascara and VOILA… :D

P.S. For a more dressy look, you might want to use the highlighter in the trio on your brow bone.
Also, instead of a black liner, you may use a dark blue liner as well for a more FUNKY look :)

Comments

  1. ohh i love this look..you have done a great job dear...love the L'Oreal Color Appeal Trio.

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  2. Pretty pretty Suma! I see you used the palette you showed on Imbb...v. cute!

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  3. nicely done dear..me too getting this trio now..lol

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  4. Nice... very nice... this from your new haul? How is the oriflame powder? i have super oily lids too
    :(

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  5. Absolutelty <3 this look.Going out and gettin the L'Oreal Color Appeal Trio today!! :D

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  6. Happy Diwali to you, girl! Love your eye makeup xoxo

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  7. @Prajakta: thanks Praj!!!! :D loooonnngggg time :)

    @Rati: ratidoo thank you :D

    @Rads: wow! thank you! looks like the whole IMBB gang is here ;) Love it!

    @Rakshanda: awwww... thank you so much :) and yeah the trio is awesome!

    @Devie: thank u Devie.. and yeah its the same palette i showed on IMBB :)

    @Butterfly, bhumika, Beautifier: thank u so much girls.. and thanks for being a sweet heart to visit my blog :)

    @anks: The Oriflame powder is actually pretty good... makes my life mch easier without a primer ;)

    @Sharon: yes yes u mus.. it's really good :D

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  8. Its a fab look...I saw it late otherwise I would have definitely tried this for Diwali..but I shall definitely try this..

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  9. awwwwww.. don't you worry... this the festive season.. there wont be any lack of occasions to try stuff out :D
    and yeah u must surely try it out :)

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  10. great look !
    alaknanda

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  11. can u pls tell me wat r d necessary brushes for eye shadow mkeup??....

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  12. hey anonymous... the brushes really important for eye-makeup which i deem necessary would be the following:
    1. flat eye shadow brush
    2. fluffy eye shadow brush
    3. blending brush
    4. pencil brush
    5. liner brush

    these are available with MAC and Sigma.. but if you are just starting out and dont want to invest much in the brushes initially, then brushes 1 and 2 and 5 are available in the Vega brush kit, 3 i would recommend Faces brush number 106 and for 4 you'll need to checkut Sigma or MAC.. :)

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