Indian Bridal Wedding Make Up
I am very seasonal when it comes to make up. I like soft pale warms in Spring, Bright fun colours in Summer, slightly cooler for Autum and flushed for Winter.
I’ve created a semi autumn / winter look this year. Wanting to move away from my usual reds in the eyes for my Summer brides, I’ve opted for a silvery smokey eye in dramatic arabic style with berry lips and cheeks to set this off.
The video for this tutorial can be accessed on my photo above.
The products I used are
Base: L’Oreal Studio Secrets Primer
Eyes: Nyx Pencils in Black Bean (lid) and Milk (crease and arch)
Maybelline Superliner Perfect Slim in Black to deepen colour on lid and blend out with soft fluffy brush
Add Inglot matte black eyeshadow
Inglot 76 Pigment on arch and blend with MAC Frost pigment
Deepen and blend these colours adding more or less as needed making sure even on both sides.
Don’t forget to pull out the corners with your finger to dramatise this more.
Use the eyeliner to create a frame around the eyes as per tutorial in semi cat-eye shape. Use MAC Feline Kohl Power Pencil to deepen the black and soften the edges slightly. Add inglot black matte eyeshadow to darken and set.
I have tanned dramatically on my body but less so on my face...still it's darker than usual. To match the colour, I used a darker foundation shade NC45 and NC35 mixed to create a flawless base.
Round off the main part of the cheeks with Sleek Suede Blush
Deepen the contour with Sleek Sahara Blush
Apply a little of MAC Frankly Scarlett in the dip area (just under the zygomatic bone) of the cheek.
Powder: MAC Studio Fix:
Contour: 52 Blush Inglot
Clean up lips of any foundation and applied 219 rusty red lipstick from Inglot with 5 eye powder from Helen-e and added the Iglot pigment 76 in the centre to highlight. Also used this on cupids bow.
Eyebrows : Inglot brow set and brow powder
Mascara: Volume Million Lashes L’Oreal
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