Happy Friday! I wanted to end the week with a fun makeover. You all loved my last makeover on my friend for her birthday. I've been doing a lot of one minute makeovers for Industry Makeup Academy and I decided to give you all a treat with this longer tutorial. I made over my friend Bindiya and gave her a modern take on an Indian Bridal Makeup. It's bright, fun and very easy to recreate. Check it out!
Check out the video!
My client is gorgeous already and has great skin. I didn't feel the need to add extra highlight or contour. I just evened out the skin a bit and gave her a little bit of definition.
Color is so much fun in Indian Makeup. The bright lip coordinates with the touch of fuchsia in her outfit and the purple on her eyes compliments the colors so well.
The final look!
As you can see, this is a very bright and fun look. If you want, you can switch out the eyes or lips to make it a bit more neutral. I love this take on an Indian Bridal look since you still have the drama but you don't necessarily have to go with a traditional metallic gold eye and red lip combo.
Here are some of the items I used in this look:
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I used the Ofra diamonds are forever eyeshadows
In this video, all brushes are from www.sedonalace.com Use coupon code renren for $4.00 off your order
Hope you enjoyed! I have more makeovers coming every week!
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Till next time, Ciao Bellas!
FTC Disclosure: I am affiliated with IMA. I am not being paid to make this post. These are my honest thoughts and opinions.