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TUTORIAL: Indian Festive Makeup Look with Drugstore Products





 

TUTORIAL: Indian Festive Makeup Look with Drugstore Products


Raas racheelo saaj sajeelo
Shubh ghadi chhe aavyee
Aaja aaja tamtamaata
Shamna ojhe laavee

With Navratras in full swing, Durga Puja (Shashthi on 19th Oct) just around the corner, it was but natural for me to get down to doing another Indian Festive Makeup Look.
Hence I have created this makeup look that is versatile enough to be worn for any festive occasion and has been done using only Drugstore products.






I hope you guys like the look and find the tutorial helpful :)



Makeup Products Used:
1. Oriflame The One Illuskin Foundation
2. Maybelline Dream Lumi Touch Concealer
3. L'Oreal Paris Mat Magique Transforming Powder
4. The face Shop Design My eyebrow Pencil - Grey
5. Maybelline Baby Lips Electro Pop Lip Balm - Pink Shock
6. Lakme Eye Shadow Quad - Tanjore Rush
7. Faces Eye Shadow Trio - Beechwood
8. Maybelline Diamond Glow Eye Shadow Quad - Wine Pink
9. StudioWest Pure Passion Kajal Pencil
10. Rimmel London Scandal Eyes Volume Flash Mascara
11. Maybelline Cheeky Glow Blush - Creamy Cinnamon
12. Lakme Absolute Matte Lip Tint - Raving Red

Video Tutorial


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