Thank you all those who registered for my Delhi Basics Workshop! I have finalised all the details and I’m sharing them below, in case some of you who didn’t register would also like to attend. I have only a few seats left so if you’d like to join in, please email me with ‘Delhi workshop’ in the title.
Date : 3rd October, 2015 (Saturday), 4th October, 2015 (Sunday)
Time : Batches – Morning (9 am – 1 pm) or Evening (3 pm – 7 pm)
Venue : BoardRoom #1
Radisson Blu Marina Hotel, Connaught Place
G-59 Connaught Circus New Delhi 110001
Charges : Rs 3500 for the 4 hour session (prepaid only)
I had a lot of requests for a Beginners tutorial on How to Apply Highlighter! Highlighter is one of those amazing products that can make a subtle but considerable difference to your makeup – it gives you a lovely glow and hence makes your skin looks healthier! In this video, I talk about what a highlighter is and how to use it. I have used Revlon Cheek Highlighting Palette in Bronze Glow for this tutorial.
Continuing my series of basic makeup tutorials, today I’m sharing a simple single-eye shadow tutorial. This video is for beginners who are looking for an easy guideline to apply and blend eye shadow properly. Once you get the hang of the blending, you can easily extend that to more than one eye shadow. Hope you find this useful!
My earliest makeup purchase was a Revlonlipstick for my school farewell. It was a lovely strawberry shade, its too bad I don’t remember the shade and have thrown it out long back! The first makeup that I more consciously bought was mostly Maybelline and Lakme, most of which was not suited for my skin tone/type! I had the Silk Naturelle foundation which made my skin quite oily, a Maybelline long wear lipstick (which peeled off like paint from my lips!) and a loose powder eye shadow from Maybelline (a dark grey one which had terrible fall out!). I didn’t have a very good idea of how to pick products and what suited me back then but I think I’ve come a long way 🙂
What were your earliest makeup purchases? Share your comments below!
If you’re a beginner and feel overwhelmed by the variety of the eye shadows in the market and tutorials available on the web, this will be very useful for you. This tutorial has very few steps and requires minimal dexterity. But the end result is simply beautiful!