Subtle Glitter Glam Eye Make up Look Step by Step tutorial | Festive Make up Look

Hello Peeps!
Navaratri and Durgapuja are already around the corner and we
have already started our preparation like buying attires and jewelries and so
on. Festival calls for glimmers and flickers. So I have decided to share tutorials
on some glam festive looks which are really easy to recreate with few products. Hope these will helps you guys a lot and also you can plan your looks
Today I will be sharing a tutorial on a look that is subtle
yet super glam. This look would perfect for night out as well as day parties and those who are bored
wearing smokey eyes. Yes this eye makeup is enough to add that oomph to your
look. So let start….

I used Makeup revolution Fortune favours the Brave Palette to create the eye makeup and I will  mention the shade names here, so it will help you more.

Product Details:
Primer: Miss Claire Studio perfect primer in clear– Rs. 400/- (read review here).
Foundation- Maybelline Fit me matte + pore lessfoundation – Rs. 525/- (read review here)
Concealer- Maybelline Fit me concealer– Rs. 525/-
Setting Power- Miss Claire Translucent Blooming Power – Rs. 300/-
Contour –Sivanna Colors Bronze Profession – Rs. 475/- ( read review here).
Blush- Catrice Defining Blush in 030 Love & Peach- Rs.555/-
Highlighter- Makeup Revolution pro illuminating Highlighter– 850/-
Eyeliner- Lakme liquid liner– Rs. 115/- and Miss Claire Glitter Liner -Rs.180/-
Kajal- Lakme absolute kohl ultimate kajal in black– Rs.725/-
Mascara- Maybelline Lash sensational Mascara– Rs. 500/-


Step 1:
Prep your eyes with primer and concealer to cancel any
Step 2:
Now take brown eye shadow (Caffeine Fix) and apply on the outer corner as well as buff it into crease  Blend well.
Step 3:
Now Take that shimmery bronze golden baked eye shadow (Golden Coin) on a flat brush and start patting on inner 1/3 of the lid. Just deposit
the color, do not blend.
Step 4:
Now take the plum tone brown shadow (Drama Queen) on a pencil brush and pack it on
the outer v area. Take a fluffy blending brush with no product and start
blending the two shadows together so that no harsh line will be visible.
Step 5:
Go on softly. Keep packing and blending until you get the
desired result.
Step 6:
Take a black liquid liner and start lining upper lash line,
winged it out. Now, come our show stopper product which is Miss Claire Glitter
liner in shade golden sparkles. Apply this glitter liner along with upper line of
that winged liners. I would suggest you apply the glitter liner from the middle
of your eye lid, do not take it further to the inner corner.
Step 7:
Now apply black kajal on the lower lash line and smudge it
with that plum tone brown shadow () for a sultry smudged look. Don’t
forget to tight line your eyes.
Now apply the shimmery champagne baked shadow (New World) into inner
corner of eyes and bow bone area. Groom your brows.
Step 8:
Wipe off any fallout. Conceal under eye area. Apply loads of
mascara to finish off your look.

And the final eye look is-


Step 1:
Apply primer. Conceal any spot or redness around the face and then apply your favorite foundation and stating blending with wet beauty sponge for a flawless base.
Step 2:
Contour under cheek bones, jawline and forehead. Don’t forget to contour your nose.
Step 3:
Apply a light peachy pink blush on the apple of cheeks.
Step 4:
Apply a Champagne highlighter with a fan brush as a highlighter on the forehead, bridge of nose, tip of the nose, cheekbones and cupid bow.  
Step 5:
Now apply a cherry red lipstick to finish off the look.

And the final look is-

What do think about today’s looks? 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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  1. I am your fan when it comes to EYE make-up, you naturally have beautiful eyes and with smart make up you enhance the beauty 10 folds. Lovely tutorial via pictures.

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