Diwali is the main festival of indians and every women wants to look good and gorgeous. As Diwali has almost arrived & is the festive season so everyone is ready to adorn their favorite dresses. Diwali is the festival of lights and brightness. During Diwali, people wear new clothes and visit their relatives and closed ones in their best attire.
So here I am bringing you some useful Diwali Makeup Tutorial that will help you flaunt a flawless face this Diwali. You can get this look in around 20 minutes and the video contains detailed steps on how to achieve this beautiful Diwali look.
First and Foremost Thing To remember is to Wash your Face nicely and gently so that there is no dirt remain on your face. A clear Face will give you more beautiful look.
Step 1: After a thorough face wash, start your Diwali makeup by giving your face a smooth base of foundation. Opt for a liquid based one as it blends easily on the skin. For that flawless radiance, use a shade that is one tone lighter than your natural complexion.
Step 2: For eyes that speak volumes, use liquid eyeliner and line your upper lash line.
Step 3: Apply some dark black kohl on your lower lash line to dramatize your eye makeup. Choose a dark green or blue shade for the eye shadow, to compliment the evening look.
Step 4: Highlight your cheeks with a light tinge of purplish pink using blush.
Step 5: For the perfect lips, apply a good lip balm to create a smooth base for your lip color. Apply a coral tinted lip color with some extra shine for fuller lips.
Step 6: Finally don’t forget to add some glam to your nails as well. You can make them arty with shades of blue and green and a touch of silvery shine, for a perfect get up.
Go on, shine like a ‘Diwali diva’ this festive season.
Every woman wants to be the centre of attention, more so during Diwali. Which is why, you will need some essential Diwali makeup tips to conceal all the damage that stress, pollution and lifestyle choices do to your skin.
And There You Go….Now you’re ready to win the compliments and hearts of the people by your “Diwali Look.”