Monday, September 25, 2017

Beauty Simplified Navratri Makeup Look

Hello beauties,

Happy Navratras! In keeping with the navratri theme, I have done a look today, which is simple and elegant at the same time. I have included a step-by-step makeup breakdown of this look here for all of you, hope you like it and recreate the look.

Started with my Chanel Vitalumiere Aqua foundation and blended a generous dab of it all over my face using my fingers. For this look, I decided to stay off the bronzer and applied blush to highlight the apples of my cheek and make my face look contoured slightly. Finally, applied MAC face powder all over to set the base. Followed this by peachy pink blush or?asm from NARS to complete my face makeup.

For my eyes I kept them relatively simple, used only the Naked palette from Urban Decay. Applied naked in the crease and buck in the outer corners to darken the crease. Next applied the shimmery eyeshadow, half baked on my lid and inner corner. On the lower lash line, used buck only. Filled in my brows using darkhorse from the palette. Applied Maybelline hyper liner on my upper lash line and completed the ye makeup with my Sugar Mascara.

Finally, lined and filled in my lips with catrice lip liner and followed it up with Sugar Matte as Hell Crayon lipstick Mary Poppins. 

Makeup Product List:
Foundation: Chanel Vitalumiere Aqua in shade 50 Beige
Concealer: MAC Prolongwear Concealer in NC35
Powder: MAC Sheer Select Pressed Powder NC30
Blush: NARS Org?sm Blush
Eyeshadow: Urban Decay Eyeshadows from Naked Palette, Buck, Naked, Half Baked and DarkHorse
Mascara: Sugar Lash Mob Limitless Mascara, Black with a Bang
Eyeliner: Maybelline HyperGlossy eyeliner in Black
Lipliner: Catrice Lip Liner 080 That's What Rosewood Do
Lipstick: Sugar Matte As Hell Lipstick Mary Poppins

Hopefully, you like this look and will give it a try during this navratri. Let me know what you think of my look in the comments below.

See ya...

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