The festive season in India has officially started with the first day of Navratri today. Wish you all a very happy Navratri/ Durga Pujo- the names may be different but the essence remains the same. Hope you all have a great time with your family and friends!
Here’s a look at what makeup I’ll be wearing for this Navratri season- a pretty gold toned makeup with touches of pink. This is something very classic in Indian makeup and goes well with a lot of ethnic outfits. You can easily tweak this look to match your outfits of other colors. Take a look:
Do let me know what you guys think of this look. Also, if you have any requests for more festive videos, leave them in the comments since I’m starting to film a lot more videos now for this series..
Once again, have a happy festive season. See you all around!
Me and Deeptima have collaborated this Diwali to bring to you a two-part series of makeup videos wherein we are doing our favorite festive/ Diwali makeup looks using our favorite and most trusted products. It was so much fun shooting this set of videos, and as you can see in the videos below, we had a blast!
I’ve posted a quick makeup routine on my youtube channel, this time about something that I mostly follow when I’m travelling. It is a quick makeup look with a limited number of products, a lot of them being used for multiple things. Do check out the video below:
Do let me know in the comments below how you liked it!
With the festive season around the corner, I’ve created this easy makeup look, starting with Rakhi/ Rakshabandhan or for any festive occasion. The look that I have created this time is an easy to do look with minimum number of products and makeup brushes. The eyes have been done with just two products, and there’s minimum focus on contouring etc., still giving you a very chic, presentable, festive look which can be done in under 10 minutes.
Diwali is just a few days away, and here I am with my take on the classic festive look, which is also great for all sorts of festive parties and weddings too.
The combination of gold and red works really well with the Indian skin tone, and there’s a reason why it is called a ‘Classic’- it works for everyone! Whether you are to attend a family wedding, or a smaller function, a cards party or a puja ceremony, this look works like a charm every single time! Do take a look at the tutorial below 🙂