I wore a soft spring inspired look in my Giveaway Announcement video yesterday and many of you liked my makeup! Here is a quick breakdown of the products I used to create this look – including the headband which got a lot of attention :P. I used soft warm neutrals for the eyes, a subtle pink for the lips and kept things understated and sheer. I used a cream eye shadow to get the wash of soft bronzy gold on the eyes, a dusty peach blush and a soft pink lipstick to complete the look.
My Youtube channel crossed 30000 Subscribers over the weekend and here’s a lovely Spring Giveaway for you all! I’ve hand picked each product for this Giveaway and I hope the winner will enjoy this special hamper!
The Giveaway is open Internationally and open for 14 days. You can Enter by Subscribing to my Youtube Channel and leaving a comment on the Giveaway Announcement Video HERE.
The beauty trends for Spring Summer 2014 are all about a healthy, fresh, feminine look with glowing cheeks and soft sheer pops of color. White is IN and how! From runway to editorials, it is being used to redefine the natural makeup look. We all love a fresh look during the summers and this is how you can get this look with a few choice budget picks –
To see the full article, head over to Nykaa.com, an online beauty and wellness store that also features product reviews, a panel of experts, articles, a virtual makeover tool and tutorials from various contributors (including myself).
I’m not always one for wearing pastel makeup but I thought of taking a break from the bright lip looks. With this glossy soft pink lip, I paired a soft iridescent eye to create a wearable and fresh Spring makeup look. I used some pieces from the Lakme Absolute range including the new Pearl eye shadows that I talked about HERE.
What do you think of this look? Do you wear pastel colors?
I love wearing bright lip colors and I thought I’ll show you a quick tutorial of how I like to wear a bright lip! Since the lips are the focus of this look, I have kept the eyes neutral but defined. For the face, I’ve gone for a healthy bronzed coral look as we are heading into the summer and bronzer adds a nice warmth to the face (though I may have overdone it a bit, you can keep it softer if you like!). Hope you find this little tutorial useful!