Get Jacqueline Fernandez’s Pink And Red Smoky Eye!
Jacqueline Fernandez ended promotions for Judwaa 2 with a bang, as the cast shot for the new season of Bigg Boss. She was all sparkles in a red, one-shoulder gown with red, smoky eyes to match.
Her makeup artist, Shaan Muttathil, created this beautiful, coloured eyeshadow look that’s going to be big this season. So, here’s how you can get the look.
We already know this, don’t we? No look is professional without natural, but full eyebrows. I find black to be too stark a colour, so opt for shades of brown depending on how dark your brow hairs are.
2. Eye Primer
You may want to apply an eye primer to your lids to ensure any discolouration doesn’t take away from your look. Plus, this will help your eyeshadow last longer.
For this look, we’re going to using 3 matte shades. You’ll also need one flat brush (tightly-packed to pack on the colour) and one blending brush, a wide brush would work better than a rounded one for this look.
Pick up the neutral, matte shade right in the middle with your blending brush and sweep it all across your eye. Then, pick up the pink shade with the same brush and sweep in back and forth motions across your crease and right above your crease Avoid your brow bone area.
Then pick up the red with a flat brush and dab the colour onto your lids, below your crease. Use the blending brush again, to blend it out and into your crease colour. Use the blending brush to pick up more red and smoke the colour out below your lash line too.
Finally, use the other end of the flat brush to swipe some white colour on your brow bone. If it’s too strong, dab with your fingers.
Use kajal to line your upper and lower waterline. On your upper lash line, work the kohl right into your lashes as well.
5. Faux Lashes
Now, mascara is a must, but for an eye look as heavy as this, you’ll want to apply false lashes too. If you don’t want to go for something crazy, try individual lashes. Make sure you place them close to each other, even if it’s just on the outer half of your eyes. Place them between your lashes and not above your lash line for a more real look.