celebrity inspired makeup

3 Celebrity Makeup Looks with Hair Waves

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In today’s Indian Celebrity Inspired makeup post I have listed makeup looks inspired by Bollywood ladies walking the ramp at India Couture Week 2015. The couture shows had an equal dose of glamorous makeup and celebrities. All three makeup looks are different from each other yet based on wavy hairstyles. At the end of the individual tutorials I have linked the wavy hair tutorial, you could also check my previous post here on various other methods of achieving hair waves.

Aishwarya Rai for Manish Malhotra

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The focus of this makeup look was on the eyes- burgundy rust smokey eyes. The stark eye was paired with soft glossy nude lips and strong contoured cheekbones. Akriti Sachdev’s video is an indepth step-by-step guide for the makeup look, with a slight difference in colours.

Eye shadow: MAC’s Sketch and Ricepaper or Makeup Revolution Stripped eye palette

Lip colour: MAC’s Mehr or Rimmel Apocalips in Nude Eclipse

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3 Indian Celebrity Inspired Makeup and Hair

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I recently realised I have only covered makeup tutorials in my Beauty Roundup posts, but starting today I will try to include hair tutorials too.

Celebrity inspired makeup is a rage among Youtube beauty vloggers! Sadly, I have come across very few vloggers covering Indian celebrity inspired tutorials. In my quest to create a wholesome blog about Indian fashion and style I will be compiling videos that are nearest to the India celebrity looks. These will be inspired by celebrity editorial shoots, movie looks, event looks or their signature styles. In the first such post I have selected three easy looks.

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First is Alia Bhatt’s black smokey eye with big voluminous curls. A classic look that goes well with your western-wear and ethnic-wear. Mehak shows us how to achieve the smokey eyes and nude lips along with a few additional tips for Indian skin tone. There are many ways to achieve voluminous wavy hair and Mimi’s tutorial using curling irons is just one of them. I will be covering the other methods in a future post.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=whwGtpHJ64Y
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