5 Festive Looks That Will Give You Major Diwali Makeup Inspo
It’s the season of festivities, and you know what that means? Getting all dressed and dolled up for the events to come. Just like any K-Jo movie, the festival of lights usually tends to bring along a full fledged entourage of glamour, bling, and shine. Now, the great thing about Diwali (and a K-Jo movie of course) is that it calls for the OTT-ness, so you don’t have to worry about being absolutely subtle, if that’s more your thing. And since it is also the season for attending tons of parties, you won’t have to rack your brains on how to look different, each time around.
We are in the era of the YouTube vloggers and MUA, who very generously share their tips and tricks with us, so here are 5 makeup tutorials you can totally give a shot this Diwali!
Gold & Bronze Kissed
A look mainly focused on a pigmented golden bronze eyeshadow, vlogger Kaushal breaks down, step-by-step, what colours to apply in order to get those gradient gold eyes. With a tad bit of shimmer on the face, this look gives the perfect sunkissed golden glow that your festivities need.
Focusing mainly on the eyes with this one, a pop of green and hint of purple is added to the lids. Keeping the face rather fresh and simple, it’s the bold eyeshadow that stands out. Perfect for an evening look!
The Colourful Classics
An easy festive makeup choice, Ankita shows you how to get that slightly colourful appeal that Diwali requires. With pink shimmer on the eyes and a bold red lip, you cannot go wrong with this classic makeup look.
Simple Smokey Eye
The staple smokey eye is a must during the party season, right? Beauty guru Jovita George shows you how to achieve that classic bold black smokey eye, by using minimal tools (and just your fingers)! The smokey eye is timeless which can be pulled off, season in and season out!
Dewy Glowy Skin
Wouldn’t we all love to get that perfect bridal blush glow? Arshia recreates a classic dewy look, keeping the eyes pretty basic with a slight peach shimmer and hint of pink on the lips. Focusing mainly on the base and the rest of the face, this style is great for a daytime event, as it is relatively subtle and would look great in natural light.