This Diwali, whether you are dressing up or dressing down, get your eye makeup right in the masked look. From pastel mattes and nude hues to classic smokey eyes and flirty shimmers, there are lots of options to choose from. And who better than our favourite Bollywood fashionistas to help us with the apt look?
A slight hint of smokey hue with plenty touches of shimmery copper eyeshadow is one look that is bold and extremely classy for days when you want the eyes to do the talking!
Start with a base of vivid pink on the inner eyelids and merge it with a gorgeous metallic purple brushed up on the main eye area. Finish the look by contouring your eyes with a dark-kohled kajal, a defining mascara and a subtle highlighter around the brows.
If you are an absolute lover of avant-garde eye makeup, then take cues from Priyanka Chopra’s heavy-glitter eyes using pressed shimmer dust, glitter paste or loose sparkle pigments.
The classic smoky eyes enhanced with a perfect cat-wing lines is the perfect high-drama festive makeup, which is also super easy to achieve with just a kajal pencil and a smudging brush.
Love a touch of rosy-shimmer on your eyes? Give it a dramatic twist by drawing beautiful smoky wing-lines on the outer corner of your eyes.
Take inspiration from Alia Bhatt’s peachy metallic eyes that have an ever-so-slight hint of glossy finish. Go light with your kajal on the lower waterline and don’t forget the amazing touch of mascara!
A pop of yellow fused with a subtle metallic hue is a smart way to achieve a glam look. Don’t forget to brush up some mascara on the lashes and define your brows to finish your eye do with finesse.
A captivating shade such as the metallic glazed green on Kriti Sanon is a refreshing look to try out this Diwali. You can also use smokey grey hue on the inner lids for a subtle colour play.
Kangana went minimal on the face, but compensated it with an alluring rosy-red glistening eye look.