Another festive tutorial to get you ready for all the festivities of Diwali (and Karva Chauth for all you married ladies) . All of these are using Inglot eyeshadows, which by the way are some of the best eyeshadows for the price in my opinion. If you are a bride to be , and want to stock up on good quality eyeshadows i would really recommend them in palette form. They cost Rs 300/- each and you get your moneys worth for sure!
- Nyx Eyeshadow Base
- Inglot Gold Eyeshadow (AMC Shine)
- Inglot Turquoise Eyeshadow (Matte)
- Inglot Dark Blue Eyeshadow (AMC Shine)
- Maybelline Gel Liner
- Maybelline Hyper Curl Mascara
Step 1: Take a dark blue eyeshadow , and place it in your socket line . You can locate this by pressing against your eyelid till you reach a bone. The dip underneath the bone is the socket line. Place the blue eyeshadow just along the dip, until you reach the inner 1/3rd of your lid.
Step2: With the same eyeshadow color your outer half.
Step 3: Take a turquoise eyeshadow and just lightly place it right in the centre of your lid
Step 4: Take a Gold Eyeshadow and cover whatever part of your eyelid is empty. Your inner half basically
Step 5: To blend…pull the gold eyeshadow lightly into the blue eyeshadow. Also blend the blue eyeshadow in outer corner upwards
Step 6: Finish with black eyeliner and mascara. Also put gold on your inner corner and lower lash liner. If you want an even more dramatic look then you can pull the blue eyeshadow down to your lower lash line as well
Step 7: Go pick out your favourite indian outfit and enjoy the festivities!!