Nobody does festive looks better than our B-town celebrities. If you’re looking for make-up inspo, then you’ve come to the right place. Deepika Padukone and Katrina Kaif show us how to do Diwali right.
Image courtesy: Deepika Padukone
This is a perfect festive day look for puja at home or office.
Prep with a hydrating moisturiser and follow with a sunscreen. Apply a primer to ensure your make-up stays in place. Use a corrector wherever you have redness, and follow with a concealer and foundation. Make sure your base is blended perfectly. Finish with a translucent loose powder.
Use a taupe eyeshadow all over your eyelids. Take a matte brown eyeshadow and apply on the outer corners on the crease of your lids. Blend is well. Draw a line with black kohl pencil over along the upper lashline and smudge it gently. Flick it out in the end to create a small wing. Curl the lashes and put two coats of mascara. Brush out the brows and fill in.
Use a medium shade powder bronzer on the apples of the cheeks with a fluffy blush brush. Apply cream highlighter on the cheekbones and in the inner corners of the eyes.
Apply a lip balm and leave for 5-10 minutes. Dab it gently with a tissue. Apply a nude-brown matte lipstick on the lips.
Image courtesy: Katrina Kaif
Try this look for a festive family get-together.
Start with a moisturiser, eye cream and lip balm. Apply concealer to cover blemishes and dark circles. Apply foundation that matches your skin colour. Blend it with your fingers or a damp sponge. Set the base with loose powder.
Apply a burgundy eyeshadow in satin finish across your lips and extend it outwards a little. Apply a thin line of black or brown eyeliner. Finish with two-three coats of mascara.
Apply apricot blush on the apples of your cheeks. Finish with a highlighter.
Apply a tinted lip balm.