MSB Admins' Diwali Looks: Outfit and Makeup Breakdown

A very Happy Diwali everyone,

Diwali is a festival of light and joy; a celebration of the victory of good over evil. Leaving behind sorrow and embracing all that is happy, all that brings us joy. The joy that this festival brings is translated into our lifestyle..our food,our clothes. We wear bright and bold colours, exquisite jewellery and put our best fashion foot forward.

So in this occasion of Diwali, we, the admins of MakeUp, Style and Beauty, have come up with our Diwali special looks. 
Read the post to get some ideas on festival looks and also don’t forget to comment your favourite look amongst these.

“I am sharing this look with you which I created keeping in mind the festive spirit! It's Diwali and some glitz and glamour in a look, are a must! I did a glamorous kind of a look and added bright colors to the eyes, and opted for a glossy lip to complement my eye makeup. I wore a bindi, ear rings and a nose pin to complete my look. I have filmed this tutorial and my video will be up soon on my YouTube channel.”

L. A. Girl Green and Peach Corrector
L. A. Girl HD Pro conceal 'Pure Beige' and 'Natural'
L'oreal Infallible Foundation
Eyeshadow used is Bad Habit Aphrodite palette
Maybelline gel liner
Maybelline Lash sensational mascara
Lakmé 9 to 5 Lipliner Brick Rose
Colourpop Ultra Matte liquid Clueless
Colourpop Ultra Gloss liquid lipstick Nine to five
Bahama Mama bronzer by theBalm
Mary Louminizer by theBalm
 Sivanna Colors Baked Flower Cheeks Blush on
Nyx Matte finish setting spray

“The look is my favourite as thats the first time I wore a shade so vibrant like this. It's a pinkish purple shade. There was a time I used to wear only nude shades and was scared of shades like red, bright neon pink and orange. I can't imagine wearing a purple shade ever. But here I am sporting such an amazing shade and flaunting with elan !!! It's a perfect look for all the festivals and occasions. We usually can’t go wrong with perfectly done classic smokey eyes. So I tried to give it a twist with some emerald green shade and gave it a smokey feeling to the entire look. Bring on change yourself, explore the unknown and improvise with various hues and brighten up with warmth and glow --- that's the theme of Diwali.

For Face : Primed my face with Nivea After Shave Balm, used LA Girl Pro Conceal Pure Beige to conceal around the eyes, nose and lips with fingers, with a foundation brush blended in Maybelline NY Fit Me Shine Free Foundation Stick and dusted very little MAC Studio Fix Powder Plus Foundation. Used LA Girl Pro Conceal shade Toasty as the cream contour and settled it with MAC Matte Bronze Powder with a contour brush. Used the highlighter from Makeup Revolution London Protection Palette (light/medium) with a fan brush and evened out with fingers. At last some dusting the Studio Fix and Makeup Revolution London Setting Spray...sprayed to carry the look for a long time.
For Lips : Lined with MAC Nude Lip Pencil. Filled with Colourpop Ultra Matte Liquid Lipstick Lychee. For Eyes: Lined thickly my upper eye lid with Maybelline NY The Colossal Kohl Jewelled Jade which is a green shade. Then with a blending brush started blending and smudging the kohl on the upper lid with a metallic green shade from Makeup Revolution London Redemption Palette Hot Smoked. Then took the brown shade from I Heart Makeup Revolution London Death By Chocolate Eye Shadow Palette and started blending it in the crease line. Then to intensify the outer corners blended in a little bit matte black shade. Now lined the lower eye lash line and waterline with the same green kohl and smudged it with finger and blended some green eyeshadow to soften the look. Now highlighted the brow bone and inner corners with a gold champagne shade from the Death by Chocolate Palette. Curled lashes and applied L’Oreal Volume Million Lashes Mascara. Did my brows lightly with the Mascara only. Cleaned the look with the concealer and then dusted some MAC Studio Fix.
Outfit and Accessories : Wore a Sari, one of my favourites, a blue one with jari border bought from a friend's boutique. The necklace was a gift from a dear friend. I mostly wear my favourite watch from Titan which is a gift from mother."

“Diwali is a festival of light and this festival is all about bling. So I created this look today where I add glitters on my upper eyelid just to add that bling in my Makeup.”
Products I used to create this look. 

Urban Decay Naked Smokey Palette.
Urban Decay Naked Heat Palette.
Makeupgeek refill foiled eyeshadow "starry night".
Ts_cosmetics glitter in white gold
Sugar cosmetics twist and shout kajal.
Sugar cosmestics pen eyeliner.
False lashes from random brand.
Mascara: lorea'l volume million lashes mascara.
Sugar cosmetics eyebrow pencil in shade 02.
Colourpop amethyst priming spray.
Dernacolor foundation in shade 222.
Sugar cosmetics compact
Contour:mac matte bronzer.
Highlight: balm mary lou manizer.
Blush: Mac oh my passion (limited edition).
Nyx setting spray.
Sugarpill liquid lipstick Trinket.
Brushes are from Real technique, Coastal scents, pac and sigma.

“This is a Diwali special makeup look which I have created, doing light golden smokey eyes which can be rocked with any lip colour, light or bold.”

Look Details:  I have first massaged my skin with Moiste Aloe Vera cream for ten minutes. Then massaged with ice cubes wrapped in a cloth. Then to keep my skin hydrated all day long, I have applied Estee Lauder day wear moisturiser. After that I have applied Mac prep plus prime in natural radiance. Over that I have applied Mac mineralize moisture foundation. After that I applied LA girl concealer under my eyes to conceal my dark cirles. Then set the foundation and concealer with RCMA setting powder.
Eyes: Applied Milani eyeshadow base on my lids. Then set it with RCMA setting powder. I have used the Maybelline nudes eyeshadow palette to create a light golden Smokey eyes. Applied maybelline hyper glossy eyeliner to create a winged liner and applied lakme eyeconic kajal on the lower lash line.  This was followed by loads of loreal mascara.
Lips: NYX soft matte lip cream in the shade Seoul.
Blush: Elf blush on Palette

Finally, time for my look. I love to go dramatic and traditional in this day of festivity. Rest of the year I don’t get to wear sarees, all thanks to the hectic corporate life; so I make sure I don’t miss this chance of wearing one in this day.

Today I chose to wear a black and red chanderi saree contrasted with blue and silver makeup. I opted for a statement kundan neckpiece and a maang tikka to round off the look. Also, I gave the usual style of draping a break and wore the saree in an unconventional, hatke way. You can check the full makeup breakdown and tutorial of the saree HERE.

We have finalized our looks. Have you? What are you planning to wear? How do you want to style your hair? And what kind of makeup are you planning to do? Let us know. You have no clue how much we are excited to see all your Diwali looks. We might also get inspired from you all. It is all about inspiring and giving ideas and suggestions to each other. Isn’t? 

Lastly, wishing everyone a very happy and safe Kali Pujo and Diwali. May every aspect of your life become as luminous and exciting as the lights flickering in the festival of lights..

1 comment:

  1. wowo i have stunned to see this beautiful blog, you have shared amazing makeup tip for festivels and told useful things about beauty as it is essential in life, i would definitely try it to make my diwali best.keep posting.


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