Festival time does not just give you a reason to gorge on lip-smacking food or meeting near and dear ones. It is also the time to put your best foot forward as far as makeup is concerned. With festivals just around the corner, who doesn’t wish to look gorgeous this season. We give you simple D-I-Y tips to get trendy look.
Glam, Glitz & GorgeousOctober 21, 2013 260 0 0
Deck-up with style
Jewel-toned eye shadows are in vogue for this festive season.
Try sapphire blue, emerald green, ruby red and bronze. And to get the Goddess-like look, you can extend the eyeliner beyond the corners of your eyes. For the evening, deepen your crease colour with a black shadow and add glitter based powder shadow on the lids or draw a thick line across your upper lash line using a liquid eye liner.
For face, a dust of gold or champagne highlighter applied along the cheek bones and temples will look great. Also shades of peach/gold highlighter bring lots of emphasis on your face and make you look dazzling.
Pale lips are a huge trend this season. So go nude on the lips. With the dramatic make-up on the eyes, it is best advised to keep your lips muted for a good choice. For the evening, you can either go in for a pink or a peach lip gloss to add to the sparkle.
Flaunt the Festive Jewellery
Shimmer this diwali with diamonds, jadau to standalone pieces and of course gold!
If you are not too fond of bracelets, then go simple with a pair of classic diamond bangles. Complement it with rubies and emeralds for that precious effect!
Hoop earrings never go out of style and can be worn with practically anything or opt for a pair of jadau hoop earrings that resonate opulence and can be worn with traditional wear as well as with a pair of jeans and a kurta. You can experiment with silver too!
Cocktail rings have always been in vogue; Diwali is no different. Cast a spell by wearing it with a traditional sari or even an evening dress.
Dress up for Diwali
Beautiful embroideries and embellishments could give a playful yet feminine look.
Add modern twist to your clothes, include rich dress materials, ethnic jewelery and Indian sari with mix and match style to get trendy look.
Dramatic statements in colours are good but bright and soft pastel shades will add the perfect balance to your festive look.
Colours that will stand out this season are champagne pink, fuchsia, faded red, mint green, black and baby blue and can be teamed with light breathable fabrics such as chiffon, georgette and crochet lace. Opt for flowing anarkalis with a subtle highlight of badla work or chikan anarkalis and shadow saris which can be worn for the perfect day look.
Latest style and innovative fashion trends will make you sparkle this festive season! Let’s sizzle and shine this Diwali.