Bronze-y Metallic Eye Liner Look | Festive Look 2| Navaratri and Durgapuja look

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Hello, my pretties,

Navaratri and
Durgapuja is already around the corner and we have already started our
preparation like buying attires and jewelries and so on. Festival calls for
glimmers and flickers. So I have decided to share tutorials on some glam
festive looks which are really easy to recreate with few products. Hope these
will helps you guys a lot and also you can plan your looks accordingly.
Today I will be
sharing a tutorial on a look that is subtle yet edgy.  You can wear this look on daytime as well as
a night out. Even this makeup look can be paired with your ethnic kurtas or even
western outfits. Yes, this eye makeup so versatile that you can pair this up
with anything you want and more over it is super easy to recreate. You don’t have
to be a pro, all you have to need some basic skill. So let start….
Bronze-y Metallic Eye Liner Look | Festive Look 2| Navaratri and Durgapuja look

Product Deets:
Miss Claire Glitter liner in Dark Brown
Brow- Maybelline the nude Palette– Rs. 899/-
LA Girl Pro BB cream in shade Medium- Rs.700/-
Catrice Blush in Shade Love n peach -555/-

For eyes

Bronze-y Metallic Eye Liner Look | Festive Look 2| Navaratri and Durgapuja look

Step 1:

Prep your eyes with primer and concealer to cancel any
Step 2:
Take a matte peach shade in a fluffy blending brush and buff
it into the crease. Blend the harsh edges.
Step 3:
Take a matte deep plum eyeshadow on the same fluffy
blending brush and start deepening the crease.
Step 4:
Now take Pearly chrome bake shimmery shadow in a flat
shedder blush and start applying in the eyelid.  Blend harsh edges with the same soft fluffy
blending brush. Keep on packing and blending.
Step 5:
Go on softly. Keep packing and blending until you get the
desired result.
Step 6:
Take a metallic bronze eyeliner and start lining upper lash
line, winged it out. Apply black kohl in the lower lash line and smudge with
deep plum eyeshadow. Tight line both the eyes.
Step 7:
Take a silver shimmery shadow on a pencil brush and apply in
the inner corner of eyes and a golden shadow on the brow bone area. Groom your
Step 8:
Wipe off any fallout. Conceal under eye area. Apply loads of
mascara to finish off your look.

And the final eye look is-

Bronze-y Metallic Eye Liner Look | Festive Look 2| Navaratri and Durgapuja look


For face

Step 1:
Conceal any spot or redness around the face and then apply
your favorite foundation (I’m using  LA
Girls BB cream here)and stating blending with wet beauty sponge for a flawless
Step 2:
Contour under cheekbones, jawline and forehead with LA Pro
HD concealer in shade Toast. Don’t forget to contour your nose.
Step 3:
Apply a peachy blush on the apple of cheeks.
Step 4:
Apply  Makeup Revolution
Pro Illuminate Highlighter with a fan brush as a highlighter on the forehead,
bridge of the nose, tip of the nose, cheekbones and cupid bow.
Step 5:
Apply Mary Popping by Sugar lipstick to finish off the whole
makeup look.

And the final look is-

Bronze-y Metallic Eye Liner Look | Festive Look 2| Navaratri and Durgapuja look


Bronze-y Metallic Eye Liner Look | Festive Look 2| Navaratri and Durgapuja look



P.S– As the eye
makeup is too subtle here, I would suggest you to wear a deep, dark lip and a
statement neck piece to bring that glam edgy look.

What do think about today’s look? Did you enjoy it? If you
have any suggestion, please do let me know in the comment below. I would love to
hear. If you are going to try this look then share your makeup look with
#throughmypinkwindow, so that I can check and appreciate.
Before signing off, I would like to introduce versatile blogger Yogeeta of Vigorous Radiant & Glowing
“A Punekar by 💓Yogeeta Rane is now settled on the the coasts of Konkan after marriage. She assists her husband and blogs for the love of natural products, fun DIY’s and food posts. Her interest in blogging started developing after shifting to a new city, that’s when she look her interest in everyday hobby of understanding depth of new ingredients used in products.”
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Happy Festivals.

That’s all for today,
stay tuned for more such tutorial


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  1. You have such beautiful eyes and its beauty got highlighted with this makeup. I feel a pink or peach based dress will go along with it….light shades.

  2. Lovely detailing babe.Please start a youtube channel & teach us these tips. Your makeup here is on point subtle yet classy festival look. I loved the choker too 🙂 My sis received fish too 🙂

  3. I really liked this look. Its subtle and can go on many occasions. You can make mistake with deep eye look but this looks easy and would suit all.

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