THE AUSTERE ATTRACTION

The Indian woman is a diva in herself, spelling magic in each avatar.  Coupled with the rustic essence of Indian ensembles, her beauty can have no bound. Makeup expert, Suneeti Soni uses her artistry to create some rustic makeup looks for the ethnic princess or rather the queen who knows how to rule her kingdom!

STEP  1

Choose the right shade of concealor and foundation from the coloressence palette and blend well onto the entire area of the face. Make sure that you cover the neck and ears as well. It is recommended to choose a shade lighter than your natural skin tone.

STEP  2

Today, we’ll show you an amazing way to apply compact for the perfect finish. The finishing touch is the most important aspect when it comes to obtaining a flawless makeup. To protect and make your makeup last longer,  dab coloressence compact or pressed powder quite casually all over the face . A satin smooth texture can be achieved only with the proper use of a compact.

STEP  3

Crimson and maroon shades go very well for all types of Indian looks. Use Coloressence Intense Lip Color in deep red to accentuate the lips. The perfect angled brush helps in flawless application.

STEP  4

Eye makeup is a very crucial part of the entire look of the bride. Pick the matching or even contrasting shades of eyeshadows from Coloressence Eyeshadow Palettes (EP1 & EP2). Use the long wear get eyeliner to outline the eyes and apply the voluminising mascara to finish off the eye makeup. It is recommened to use an eyelash curler before applying the mascara.

STEP  5

Highlight the cheekbones with satin smooth blusher, starting from the apple area and going upto the cheekbones. Round off the look by applying mascara, kohl and eyeliner. You could also go in for deepening your eyebrows colour with a eyebrow pencil.

 

LOOK 1

The moon tries every month in vain,
To paint a picture of your face;
And, having failed to catch its grace,
Destroys the work, and starts again.

LOOK 2

You are a flower in full bloom,
As if, through a mist, a first loom;
You are a fine line that holds beauty
So fragile it seems, yet so pretty.

LOOK 3

The beauty of a woman
isn’t in the clothes she wears,
The figure that she carries,
or the way she combs her hair.

The beauty of a woman
must be seen from in her eyes;
Because that’s the doorway to her heart,
the place where love resides.