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Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Dance of the Peacock-Bridal Eye Makeup contest entry by Nitya

Dance of the Peacock - is a colorful look which combines bright blue and green without looking too over the top. This look can be paired with similar colored Lehngas /Saree with either gold or silver embellishment.
   

Lipstick suggestion: since the eyes are quite heavy and dramatic, it's better to go with nude lips. But this being a wedding look, nude lips might look too washed out and won't photograph well. Hence, I'd recommend glossy shimmery light pink lips. (Maybelline colorsensational lipstick in Warm me up + Bourjois 3D effect gloss in no.63)
  


 Products used:
  • NYX eye shadow base in "skin tone"
  • Lakme fantasy shimmer stick in "Astral blue"
  • Lakme eye shadow quartet in "Peacock"
  • MAC Mineralize eye shadow duo in "She who dares"
  • Chambor dazzle liner in black
  • Chambor dazzle liner in Teal
  • Maybelline colossal kajal
  • NYX jumbo eye pencil in Yoghurt

Step by Step Tutorial-I've included a photo tutorial to explain how to recreate this look in an easy manner.
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14 comments:

  1. absolutely gorgeous nitya....love love love it!!!!ummmmah

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  2. totally luv it Nitya. :) wud love to see the whole face done !!!

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  3. I completely love this look! I will surely try to do this!

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  4. Nitya, ity's simply gorgeous!! I would say it would be a hit with sarees of light blue shade or contrasting shades. I am so in love!!!
    You have big big eyes!!

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  5. this looks nice, and the steps are easy to follow. thanks for sharing :)

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  6. wow!! this is gorgeous..u got beautifull eyes <3

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  7. Very nicely done! Nice tutorial too.

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  8. waoooo....simply stunning Nitya !!

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  9. WOW! This is soooo gorgeous! I am surely gonna visit again.

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  10. It would go very well with an aqua or turquoise coloured lehnga n white gold jewellery no? Very pretty.

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  11. Beaautiful colours! Can totally imagine a bride with soft makeup and these gorgeously vibrant eyes! Two thumbs up.....or as my nephew puts it..."A Plussshh" :))

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  12. It's a beautiful look..Simple yet beautiful...

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