Sunday, March 25, 2012

Makeup Shoott! Part 2

Actually this was the first look we had designed for the model. It was all about being beautiful and revealing an innocent radiance. The perfect word to describe this look is 'angelic'. A glow of white gold on the face and a magical aura around is what the photographer had in mind.

This was so far the easiest look to do and I have used minimal powder (just under eyes actually) and very very light layer of foundation. The look is ethereal and very high fashion.

The model is wearing a tube top and only her decollete is exposed so please remember there is no nudity involved. It is for pure aesthetics!

So lets see how to get the look...........



FACE
  • Vichy Comforting Calming cleanser micellar water
  • Neutrogena Oil free moisturizer SPF 15
  • Clarins Instant Light Complexion Perfector 01 Rose Beige
  • Shiseido Dual Balancing Foundation O60 shade
  • Kryolan Micro HD palette used for concealing
  • Inglot YSM Compact (under eyes)
  • MAC Powder blush in Emote
  • Shiseido Accentuating Stick in Glistening Flush S3
  • Clinique Color stripes in Golden Bronze (Bronze/Copper/Ivory gold)
EYES
  • NARS Pro Prime Smudgeproof eyeshadow base
  • Bourjois Khol and Contour eye pencil in Brun Precieux
  • MAC Eyeshadow in Remotely Grey (higher crease)
  • MAC Eyeshadow in Cork (outer crease)
  • MAC Eyeshadow in Brown down (outer corners and lower lid smoke)
  • L'Oreal Chrome eyeshadow in Creme Lame (inner corners and wash of color to overlay)
  • MAC Eyeshadow in Sunday Best (inner corners and brow bone under Creme Lame)
  • Shiseido Eye lash curler
  • MAC Eyeshadow in Dark Edge (for brows)
  • Clinique High Lengths mascara in Black
LIPS
  • The Body Shop lip balm in Passion fruit
  • Clinique Superbalm Moisturizing Lipgloss in Ginger

This is an easy DIY look that can be done by anyone. Just remember to powder at the right places as the lightings are different everywhere and you do not want to end up in an unwanted shine.

Hope you enjoyed this look. Do let me know.

Till then,


Ciao


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15 comments:

  1. another fab work..i like the base and how u have used the eyeshadow in the inner corner to bring in attention.

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    1. Thanks Anamika...I could call it my signature style coz I do it every time and every where!

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  2. hey doc how did you manage to get that matte-ish, sugared kinda lips which I see on all international models in spreads! :( just the lip products you've used need some technique to get that effect! please share!!

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    1. Oh...good u noticed that...I applied some foundation over the lips....put some powder...then rubbed in a bit of lipbalm...blotted off the excess and gently dabbed a shiny not shimmery lipgloss over it!

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  3. its pretty specially the matte finish base is eye catching

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    1. Thanks Sahar. I am so happy u liked it!

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  4. she looks gorgeous!!! Great work Neeraj

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  5. Ooh there is a part 2! Love the fresh look. It is great for summers.

    Also Neeraj, there is a Kiehl's Giveaway happening on my blog. Do participate if you feel like.

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  6. I think all she neds is a Halo above her head!!! she looks like a fairy!!!

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    1. Thanks Zara...its all in makeup and photography...anyone can look like an angel!

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  7. i personally find this the best :) have u contoured her nose?? and used a highlighter over it???

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    1. Yup! Contoured with Emote and highlighted with Color stripes Ivory gold color from Clinique. Also did in the other posts!
      If not contoured her nose would look flat, funny and dimensionless as the facial contours need to be exaggerated.
      Thanks for asking that question..Love to share the technicalities!

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    2. well the technicalities are very "techincal"..lol..but u should do a tutorial on contouring {not just the cheekbones but nose as well} i think it can really change the look at times and give a non-surgical nosejob :D

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