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LOTD: Defined Eyes... Without Kohl/Kajal


Defined Eyes Without A Kajal Or Kohl



It's amazing how things change... Without warning, without any indication, without any rhyme or reason... You believe in something, strongly feel it to be a part of you but one fine morning it eludes you or rather you elude it... Has it happened to you? Have you felt the need to abandon something, some habit, some trait, a personal style or your signature pattern?

Well... I never felt the need to and neither did I plan on, but I have, for a while given a rest to something that I always thought defined me...


I know the introducing paragraph makes the whole thing sound really dramatic but what I am really talking about it me giving a break to using kohl/kajal :) I have always been and always claimed to be a kajal girl... However, after about 11 years of continuous wearing kohl every day, I have been for more than a week been skipping it... Instead you will see me reaching out to dark eye shadows for that smudged defined look and sometimes only sport a mascara...

On the same lines, my today's post is based on a no kajal look that I did a few days back...
Here it is...







Products Used
1. Maybelline BB Stick (Review HERE)
2. Kryolan Translucent Powder
3. Maybelline Cheeky Glow Blush in Creamy Cinnamon (Review HERE)
4. Colorbar I-Glide Pencil in Cocobar
5. MAC Eyeshadow in Folie
6. MAC Eyeshadow in Patina
7. MAC Zoom Fast Black Lash Mascara (Review HERE)
8. Colorbar True Gloss in Radiant Pink (Review HERE)
9. Konad Eyebrow Pencil in Black

Hope you liked the look and I am open to doing a simple tutorial for the eye makeup if you guys need it :) Just let me know!

Comments

  1. wow ! u r looking gorgeous :) love ur look and wat a flawless skin u hv :)

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  2. absolutely loving your new hairstyle! now i too a short hair :D
    loved the eotd..its so pretty and the blush looks amazing on you..you should sport more of blushes.. :)

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  3. is it notkajal.. well i definitely neeed that tut!!
    the new sporty hair cut.. oo lal la!!

    U look pretty dear.. and that neckpiece is awesumm!! :)

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  4. I am sorry i missed your birthday . I was coming here regularly but for few days there were no new posts , so i thought you are too busy to post anything new . And today when I come here I see it was your birthday . Belated happy birthday sweetie :) Give me your gtalk id , if you use it regularly for chatting so that I can catch up with you .

    Love,
    Preeti(Pune)

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  5. WOW.. you look absolutely chic... and like one power woman....I am totally in love with that haircut.. you rock gal!!!!

    :*


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  6. I love the lip colour and you look so pretty XXX

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  7. loooove the hair....and the eyes....and the lips omggggg....gawd lady where were you all these days...!!!

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  8. that necklace... I want!
    and this hairstyle is really the bomb!!!

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  9. stunning! :D loved the look! that neckpeice is a sure stunner! <3

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