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LOTD: A Perfect Look For Saturday Night Clubbing

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Featuring: Lakme Absolute Colour Illusion Eyeshadow "Smokey Pearl"


I did this look with a blank mind, I had nothing going on and by the time I finished photographing, I was wondering what I should name it... So I did not do a post on it and just randomly posted it on Instagram and hence Facebook and Twitter... You guys loved it (thank you so much :D) and Bidisha labelled the look as Perfect for a Saturday Night Party Look and thus I got my title for the post :) Thanks sweetheart :) ♥

Honestly, there is nothing complex about the look really, I mean its just a wash of a single eye shadow, a little kajal, a perfect foundation and a nude lip... But somehow, the complete look tells a different story, doesn't it? It looks put together and pretty chic and I owe it all to this gorgeous eye shadow called Smokey Pearl from the Lakme Absolute Color Illusion range.

Price of Lakme Absolute Colour Illusion Eyeshadow in Smokey Pearl

It costs INR 750/-


Lakme Absolute Colour Illusion Eyeshadow - Smokey Pearl

Lakme Absolute Colour Illusion Eyeshadow - Smokey Pearl

Lakme Absolute Colour Illusion Eyeshadow - Smokey Pearl




Lakme Absolute Colour Illusion Eyeshadow - Smokey Pearl




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Would love to have your feedback on the look :)




Comments

  1. You have flawless skin!
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  2. Great look dear :)
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  3. The shadow looks so different on swatch and eyes, but that's what makes it unique. You look super pretty and fresh Suma. <3

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  4. pretty shades!! you look beautiful :)
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  6. Lovely shade. Pretty FOTD :)
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  7. superb look.. you are looking gorgeous dear !

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  8. It looks really HOT! waiting for the review..

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  9. Nice look.. Love ur earings.... :). Check out crush-on-beauty.com for Purple smokey eyes

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  10. hey Samyukta...this is the first time I landed on to your blog....I was searching for reviews of loreal paris glam shine balmy gloss and since I too have pigmented lips and the same skin color it was extremely easy for me to decide the color....thank you so much and you look gorgeous in all your pics, EOTDs and LOTDs....

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  11. Very nicely explained. I am a bigggg The Body Shop fan and I would like you to review The Body Shop's products. To know more about The Body Shop's product line you can visit www.thebodyshop.in....

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  12. Hi, looking lovely. Can you please give the breakdown of this look. Want to know the lip color you are wearing.

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  13. Hi, looking lovely. Can you please give the breakdown of this look. Want to know the lip color you are wearing.

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