Friday, July 13, 2007

Do the Starry Way Part 3 Sizzling Aishwaya Rai

Aishwarya Rai, one of the super icons of Bollywood, one of the prominent faces of L'Oreal Paris Cosmetics and a belle with an absolutely understated elegance, also known for her scandals {that she never made}....whatever....yet she is one of the sweetest people and I'm one of her greatest fans.

I love Aishwarya's understated elegance and chic feminine personal style.She does do faux pas when her stylist invites disasters but she is after all an Indian girl with loads of Universal appeal.
Aishwarya Rai can sport any outfit with the same panache.What makes her unique is her absolutely flawless makeup,her green eyes and her matt complexion.So I decided to copy her look and share it with my readers.

Step1: -

Cleanse and tone and use a light moisturiser preferably an oil free one.Now apply Shiseido's Premakeup Cream Primer and by the time the primer settles and blends up with the skin, make preparations for the makeup.Now with your fingers smoothen some Shiseido's Makeup Brightening Veil with spf17 all over the face and blend to give a smooth diva-ish finish.Dab and pat some Shiseido's makeup concealer and set the base with some Shiseido's Enrich loose powder to give a transperent and luminous finish.

Step2: -

Highlight the chins,apples of the cheeks and the T zone with Shiseido's Sheer Enhancer base to add a hither thither shine and brighten up those areas.On the cheeks apply a soft shimmery taupe blush blending towards the temples.I'd love Shiseido's Accentuating Powder blush in Glistening Brown.You can try contouring the face if it is round with a darker matte terracotta powder. To enhance the already shimmery blush you can add more shine to your cheeks by dusting loosely some Shiseido's luminising colour powder preferably the Translucent one.Doing this makes an illusion that your skin is glowing from within and its my favorite trick.

Step3: -

The eyes have a soft glint of shimmer but a perfectly matte and done.
Choose a cream to powder eyeshadow like Shiseido's Hydro powder eyeshadow in Glistening Sand.Use your fingers to blend in,starting from the lash line towards the brow bone.Form a natural looking crease by blending a darker eyeshadow in the crease and outer corners of the eyes.Shiseido's Accentuating Color for Eyes in Nutmeg would be the best option.Apply the shimmery peachy beige colour from Shiseido's Silky Eyeshadow duo in Glistening Patina over the browbone as a highlight.If you observe closely there are some lilac highlights in the inner corners of the eyes which can be done by using a small or an angular eyeshadow brush and dusting lightly Shiseido's Accentuating Color for Eyes in Violet Splendour.
Line the upper lash line with a black pencil liner and blend it with a blender brush.Shisedo's Makeup eyeliner pencil in Black is damn good.Curl the lashes with an eyelash curler and apply two coats of Shisedo's Lash lift mascara.You can even apply false lashes in the outer corners to give the eyes an almond shape just like Ash's.

Step4: -
Tame the brows with a brow brush.

Step5: -
Apply and blend a Shiseido's Makeup Perfecting lipstick in Macademia Beige.Outline if the lips are uneven.Pout on after applying Shiseido's Lip gloss in Champagne Sparkle.

The idea is to have a shimmery nude effect and look perfectly natural.A fuss free way to look made up isn't it.............
If you have colored eyes of course other than brown,I'm sure these makeup techniques will accentuate your eyes.

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