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LOTD & TUTORIAL (Video): Indian Festive Makeup Look





 

LOTD & TUTORIAL (Video): Indian Festive Makeup Look


Its October ladies and gentlemen and we have officially entered the festive season and what better way to kick-start the festivities than with a video tutorial for an Indian Festive Makeup Look? :)





Some of you had requested for an Indian Festive Makeup Look Tutorial and here is what I am doing today... My look is inspired by a pair of Golden and Turquoise Earrings that my bestie gifted me for my birthday... Though I haven't used the exact shades per se but I have used shades and colors that are complimentary to turquoise blue.
I hope you like this look :)




Makeup Products Used:
1. Sephora 10Hr Wear Perfection Foundation
2. NYX Above and Beyond Full Coverage Concealer
3. MAC Studio Fix Powder Foundation
4. The Face Shop Design My Eyebrow Pencil - Dark Grey
5. MAC Ricepaper Eye Shadow (Cream with golden flecks)
6. MAC Folie Eye Shadow (Reddish Brown)
7. MAC Swimming Eye Shadow (Mint Green with Silver Shimmer)
8. MAC Contrast Eye Shadow (Dark Blue)
9. MAC All That Glitters Eye Shadow (Antique Gold)
10. MAC Paint Pot - IndianWood (Copper-Gold)
11. StudioWest Pure Passion Intense Eyeliner - Blue
12. Bobbi Brown Gel Liner - Black
13. Rimmel London Scandal Eyes Volume Flash Mascara
14. StudioWest Maya Radiance Blush - Plum Shine
15. StudioWest Maya Luminous Lip Glaze - Gleaming Red
16. Bobbi Brown Shimmer Brick - Bronze

Video Tutorial for Indian Festive Makeup Look:

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Comments

  1. The look is very pretty. I guess mac rice paper is your favourite mac eyeshadow.

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    1. Thank you so much ♥
      Mac Ricepaper may not be my most favorite eyeshadow but it sue is one of the top :)

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  2. u look so beautiful as always... :) :)

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  3. Flawless! And those earrings, I so wanna steal them <3 Awesome makeup :)

    Dry shampoo for the lazy girl in you !!

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  4. Flawless! And those earrings, I so wanna steal them <3 Awesome makeup :)

    Dry shampoo for the lazy girl in you !!

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