Hey everyone. Navratri is one of the most celebrated festivals in India – a festival full of colors, dance, joy and enthusiasm. It is also the perfect time for all you beauties to flaunt your colorful outfits and make up at the Dandiya.
In today’s post I will be sharing a few make up tips to help you look gorgeous this navratri.
- SPORT A BINDI :
A black or colorful well designed bindi will complement your look and add an ethnic touch.
- GO COLORFUL BUT NOT OVER THE TOP :
Navratri is a vibrant festival and let that reflect in your make up too. You can match your make up to your outfit and don’t be afraid to use color but one very important tip – Don’t go overboard with the color. Use color either on the eyes or lips not both!! You want to look vibrant not gaudy!!!
- COLORED KOHLS:
Use a hint of color on your eyes with colored kohls that match your outfit eg blue, green to make your eyes look glamorous.
- METALLIC KOHLS :
Metallic kohls like copper, silver, golden and kohl’s with subtle shimmer will help your eyes light up and sparkle.
- COLORFUL EYESHADOWS :
You can also go for colorful eyeshadows that match with your outfit. Opt for creamy eyeshadows over powder ones as they last better and crease lesse. You can play around with the texture – matte/ shimmer but I personally feel subtle shimmey eyeshadows will look better. Keep your kohl lightly smudged and natural when using colorful eyeshadow. Go with a grey or brown kohl.
- CAT EYE :
A winged eye liner will make you look smart and make your eyes stand out.
- NEUTRAL EYES BOLD LIPS :
This is my favorite statement look. Keep the eyes neutral with lightly smudged kohl and mascara and use a bold lip color like red or fuschia to brighten up your face.
- OTHER USEFUL TIPS :
Use waterproof make up to avoid it from slipping away due to sweat during your dandiya. Even out your complexion with a foundation and concealer that matches your skin tone. You may also use blush or bronzer if you like. Last but not the least don’t forget to spritz on your favorite perfume.
Hope you enjoyed reading the post. Happy navratri!