Sunday, 3 November 2013

Diwali inspired Bronze Eye Look Tutorial

Hey Girls!!

Wish you all a Happy & safe Diwali. 



So how are the festive celebrations going on?!! I am having a busy time as its my first Diwali post marriage so its all fun and super busy for me. Today I am going to share a Bronze Eye Look that is perfect for this festive mood and suits great on almost all outfits.

So lets get started with a step by step tutorial! :)



Step 1: Cleanse your eyes and get rid of any excess oil or make up. Apply an eye cream if you have dry eye area. For Oily lids just pat some Compact or loose powder to keep the oiliness at bay!!

Step 2: Fill in the brows and use a Primer on the eye lid area so that the eye shadows adhere properly and also to prevent creasing. I used Faces MetaliGlow Primer.

Step 3: Use an eye shadow base, I used Maybelline Color Tattoo(which is a great budget option) in the shade Bold Gold.

Step 4:  Apply a Bronze eye shadow in the centre of the lid leaving the inner corner and the outer v. Make sure you do not go beyond the crease. 

Step 5: Now apply a gold eye shadow in the inner corner to highlight that area.


Step 6: Also apply the Bronze & Gold eye shadows to the lower lash line as well.



Step 7: Now use a Burgundy shade and apply it in the outer V and also in the crease. Also to add the depth apply a slight wash of Black eye shadow in the outer v and into the crease and blend all shades properly using a Blending brush for a neat transition of colors and to avoid the harsh edges. I used the eye shadows from the Sleek Sunset palette.

Step 8: Using a liquid eye liner, line the upper lash line and slightly wing it out. I used Maybelline Hyper Glossy Eye Liner.

Step 9: Using a pale gold eye shadow, highlight the brow bone.

Step 10: Line the lower and upper water line(tight-lining) using Kajal/kohl/gel liner/pencil liner. I used Maybelline Colossal Kajal for this purpose.

Step 11: Now take some Black eye shadow and using a small pencil brush smudge the kajal for a smoked out effect.

Step 12: Curl your lashes :) I used Vega Lash curler for this purpose.



Step 13: Apply generous coats of Mascara to the Upper and lower lashes. I used my favourite Maybelline Colossal Mascara here.

And thats it! we are done and this is the final look..



Hope you liked the Tutorial and do let me know if you find this post helpful. :)

6 comments:

  1. OMG this tut is awesome loved it totally Jyo <3

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  2. Very well explained..love the makeup

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  3. Lovely tut dear.. the orange eyeshadow is so prettyy!! :)

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  4. Happy belated diwali Jyotsna, btw your eye makeup is gorgeous, such type of eye makeup is perfect for festivals.

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  5. very beautifully explained and I love it! :)

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  6. It looks very nice dear!! Perfect for Indian wear! :)

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