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Tutorial: Everyday Glowing Look

Tutorial For An Everyday Glowing Look...

It is not everyday that we go through the whole rigmarole of prepping, priming and applying foundation and doing our eyes and stuff. At least what I do is just slather on some BB cream, apply a nice liner, put on some lippy and I am ready to go. hence it is almost like an occasion when I go all out and do up my face by the book (contradictory to the title of the post)...

This tutorial today is about doing up my face and eyes following all the cardinal rules of makeup :)

Products Used

1. MAC Prep+Prime Face Primer
2. Kryolan Ultra Foundation
3. TBS Pencil Concealer
4. Lakme Perfect Radiance Compressed Powder
6. MAC Patina Eyeshadow
8. Kryolan Black Matte Eyeshadow
10. Ellis Faas Cream Blush S304

1. Moisturise well and apply your favorite primer. I have used MAC Prep+Prime.

2. Apply a foundation of your choice. Do note to use a foundation that gives a dew effect rather than a matte look. We are going for a natural everyday glowing look and hence need to get the dewy effect. I have used Kryolan Ultra foundation.

3. Using a concealer, conceal your darker and redder areas to give an evenness to your skin. I have TBS Pencil Concealer.
Set your concealer with powder. Remember to apply the powder only over the concealer and not on your whole face. The idea is to not mattify the look.

4. Fill in your brows. I do not use a brow powder rather I use a not very intense matte black eye shadow. Here I have used Kryolan's Matte Black eyeshadow.

5. Taking a shimmery highlighter kind of a shade apply it all over your lids with a fluffy blending brush. I have used MAC Retrospeck with Oriflame's blending brush.

6. Then taking a neutral Taupe shade apply it on your upper lashline and crease with a densely packed blending brush. I have used MAC Patina with Faces Blending brush.

7. Then taking a black gel liner, line your waterline.

8. Taking the same gel liner, apply it on the outer half of your upper lashline, winging it out a little bit... I have used Kryolan Gel Liner pencil in Black

9. Taking a a matte black eyehadow with an angled brush smudge out the liner and give it a soft look.

10. Apply mascara, blush and a pink lippy and you are all set to go :)

The Final Look
Without Flash

P.S. The necklace is on sale at SheBang

I hope you find the tutorial helpful :)


  1. loved the tutorial :) great job:)

  2. loved the tute Suma .. the necklace is really pretty too ..Hooked on Pink looks lovely on you the eyes so subtle yet so defined ..Have you swatched Patina on your blog ? omg every second word is 'love' :)

    1. Saumyaaaaaaaa long time babe! Joe have you been and more importantly where have you been? And thank you sooooo much for loving everything ;)

  3. :) loved the first pic... new specs?

  4. Beautiful!! the necklace..!!

  5. Absolutely beautiful! This was truly helpful :)

  6. You look so cute in glasses..
    Great look... I was thinkin of getting hooked on pink..
    now i'm surely gonna get it :)

    1. *giggle* *giggle* heeheheh thanks babes!
      and yes do get Hooked On Pink.. its a very pretty and an extremely wearable pink :D

  7. Loved it... very helpful... u look pretty... :)

    1. awwweeee thank you so much Pallavi :) ♥♥♥

    2. tats lovely...plz suggest cryolan kajal pencil smudgeproof?


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