Sunday, 21 October 2012

Gold & Green Festive Eyes - EOTD

Hi Girls!

How are the Navratri celebrations going on! ? :) I wish you all a happy Navrathi.:)

So i wanted to do a festival eye make-up for the Navratri and i came up with the Gold & Green Festive eyes and this is how it looks :)
 


I am doing a step-by-step picture tutorial for you. So lets get started :)


STEP 1: Always start the make-up on a cleansed and moisturized skin. Its helps the make up look flawless instead of being patchy. 


STEP 2: Apply a base for your eye make up. It prevents the eye shadow from creasing and also helps it last long.

You can use a eye primer if you have. Or you can also use a foundation/concealer and dust off some  compact/loose powder. I am using a shimmery primer from Faces.


STEP 3: I am defining my crease first as i have small eyes and when i define my crease first i find it easy to apply the lid color without messing.(Or else i go beyond the crease with the lid color.)


STEP 4: I applied a Green color eye pencil on my lower lash line.


STEP 5: Applied a peachy gold shade as a all over lid color.


STEP 6:  Applied a Gold shade in the centre of the lid and slightly blend the colors into each other.



STEP 7: Applied Kajal on my water line and also tight lined it! Tight lining gives the illusion of thick lashes. :)



STEP 8: Now apply Black liner(Liquid/Gel/Pencil) on the upper lash line and slightly wing it out.

 
STEP 9: Highlight the Brow Bone with the light shimmery shade and slightly blend it into the crease shade.


STEP 10: I filled my eye brows with a deep brown shade and set it with a brow gel.



STEP 11: Curled my lashes and applied 2 coats of Mascara.


STEP 12: Clean the fall outs from your face using a wet tissue and thats it!!

We are done :) This is how the final look is :) :)


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You can pair this look with a peachy pink blush and a deep lip color :)

This is my first picture tutorial and hope u like it :) Do share with me what make-up you are wearing for this festival.

Love
Jyotsna

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