With the wedding season in full swing, its hard to not be prepared for a night out with family and friends. Whether you want your look to be naughty or nice – even if you have the dress, you need the right makeup to complement it fully. in our bid to keep you updated with the latest party makeup trends, we’re here with three makeup looks that will dazzle everyone around you. We’ll start from the nice and move on to the naughty as we go along:
Light Shine by Supriti Batra
Sugar and spice and everything nice – this look will lend an elegant and understated shine to your face. This is perfect for nights out with the family or pre-wedding events such as the sangeet, mehendi and so on.
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Dark Ocean by Roopali Agarwal
A celebration of contrasts, this look pairs intense eye makeup with a light lip gloss to create the perfect look for all occasions such as pre-wedding functions, weddings, receptions, clubs and cocktail parties, and formal nights out with your colleagues.
Smoky Wine by Supriti Batra
If you’re on a mission to rule the town, smoky wine is the way to go! Deeply sensual and intense, this party makeup style is guaranteed to turn hearts and win hearts wherever you may go. We recommend giving it a try for weddings, cocktail parties, or when you head out clubbing.
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Things to Keep In Mind
- Moisturize before you put makeup on. Wash your face with lukewarm water before using any makeup product. Pat dry and apply a moisturizer to avoid dryness. This also has the added benefit of creating a good base to apply foundation and make it stay on longer. Remember to moisturize your face and neck for at least 20 minutes before you begin putting on makeup.
- Match your foundation shade to the skin on your neck, but also take your décolletage into consideration, especially if you’re wearing a low-cut top. The skin tone of your face may be slightly darker or lighter than the skin tone of your neck, so matching your foundation to the neck is important to avoid the dreaded noticeable line of demarcation where your foundation starts and stops.
- Don’t smile or frown as you apply blush to the apples of cheeks. Doing so raises them, so when you stop smiling and cheeks return to their normal position, the blush color ends up being lower on the face and closer to the mouth and vice versa.
- So go ahead and give these party makeup styles when you go out next and let us know how it goes! And if you find that you need any professional help with your makeup routine, just give us a shout and our makeup artists will be at your service.