Soft Cut Crease Devi Inspired look| Festive Look 3| Durgapuja Collab

Hello Readers,
Today is Mohalaya. We Bengalis consider Mahalaya as the
start of “Devipaksha” that means only 7 days are left for our very own Durgapuja.
Yes only a week’s waiting……………
Now talking a little about “Devipaksha”- it is  believed that
Maa Durga begins her journey to Earth on this Devipaksha. During this time the
Goddess Durga awakes in Heaven. On this Devi Paksha the idol of Maa Durga gets
ready and on the occasion of Mahalaya Maa Durga’s eyes are drawn.
Today I created a look inspired by Maa Durga which is absolute
for “Astami’s Puspanjali”. It is a soft cut crease eyes look pair with heavily drawn
eye brows and Red lips. I wore yellow and red bordered saari and accessorized with
golden jewelries.  So let’s scroll down
for complete step by step tutorial.

Today’s post is very special to me as this post is in collaboration with 8 other #bongblogger for festive blogging where we all share different post related to DIY, skin and hair care, makeup look, festive styling and so on.

Products Deets


Nykaa Rock the kajal – Rs.199/-
Brow- Maybelline the nude Palette– Rs. 899/-
Primer- Miss Claire Studio Perfect Primer in Clear -Rs.300/-
Foundation- Lakme Absolute Argan Oil Serum Foundation Rs. 750/-
Cream Contour- LA Girl Pro HD concealer in shade Toast – Rs.595/-
Concealer –Maybelline instant Age Rewind Concealer in Honey- Rs.650/-
Contour Powder- Sivanna Professional Bronzer in shade Natural- Rs.475/-
Blush- Lotus Herbals Botanical Blush in Ice Mauve -Rs. 375/-

Lipstick- City Color Be Matte Lipstick in Lola – Rs. 500/-  

For Eyes

Prep your eyes with primer and concealer to cancel any
Step 2:
Take a white eye shadow and patted over the eye lid.
Step 3:
Now take light brown eye shadow and buff into crease and
blend in upward motion.
Step 4:
Now take a dark brown eye shadow on a pointy brush and pack
it into the crease to deepen the crease line. Try to create a soft wing. Now
with a soft fluffy blending brush, blend two brown shades together. Go on softly.
Pack the dark brown eye shadow again if the intensity lost.
Step 5:
Now take the concealer on small detailing brush and clean the
eye lid area maintaining that soft wing kind of shape (see the picture for
Step 6:
Now take a shimmery pearl finish eye shadow on a flat blush
and start patting on the concealed area of eye lid. Make sure not to go beyond
the crease. Try to do as clean as possible. Go on slowly and softly. Keep on packing
the color if needed.
Step 7:
With a black liquid liner draw a sharp winged eye liner (take
that shadow wing as the guideline). Apply black kohl on lower lash line and
smudge with brown eye shadow. Tight line the eyes.
Step 8:
Highlight the brow bone and inner corner with a golden eye
shadow. Draw your brows heavily with a gray brown pencil or powder.
Step 9:
Wipe off any fallout. Conceal under eye area. Apply loads of
mascara to finish off your look.

For Face

Step 1:
Conceal any spot or redness around the face, then apply your
favorite foundation and stating blending with wet beauty sponge for a flawless
Step 2:
Contour under cheek bones, jawline and forehead. Don’t
forget to contour your nose.
Step 3:
Apply a dusky rose tone blush on the apple of the cheeks.
Step 4:
Apply a Champaign highlightee with a fan brush on the
forehead, bridge of nose, tip of the nose, cheekbones and cupid bow.  
Step 5:
Apply Matte Red lipstick.  Wear a big red bindi, sindur and golden
jewelries to finish off the whole makeup look.
And the final look is-

Presenting next blogger on our collaboration is our very own Modhubani Chakraborty from Deck and Dine blog, who has share “Office to Puja pandal” 10 different glamorous makeup looks . Make sure to check her blog too- here.

What do think about today’s look? Did you enjoy it? If you
have any suggestion, please do let me know in comment below. I would love to
hear. If you are going to try this look then share your makeup look with
#throughmypinkwindow, so that I can check and appreciate.

That’s all for today,
stay tuned for more such tutorial

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