Getting Ready

Love Traditional Indian Outfits!!!

Holiday season is approaching… and you hate last minute shopping for an outfit for an upcoming party. Shop your closets and you will find amazing pieces. Mix and match Dupatta and bottoms. I received this anarkali shirt from a friend and did not have matching bottom and dupatta…so I paired this with cotton red leggings with ruching at the bottom  and found a red dupatta from another outfit and have a very colorful combo put together for any fancy party. Actually, I prefer leggings over a traditional churidaar because it does not have any gathers which gives me a more of a flat front.
Festival Season
Festival Season
Desi Fashion
Indo Western is another trend that people are exploring these days. I have spoken about some in the blog but this one designed by Sonia Singh is extremely interesting. Its a long Anarkali with lot of flare  which can be worn either on its own or with churidar depending on how comfortable you feel.
My Makeup:

The bronze Look


1. Bobbi Brown corrector in Dark Peach Shade / 2. MAC: Strobe Liquid in Golden Elixir / 3. MAKE UP FOR EVER: N153 / 4. Bobbi Brown: Bronzing Powder: Natural(This is a best bronzing powder so far I could find as it does not look orange or make you look too sunburned)

Brushes: MAC129: Blush Brush / MAC 130: blending  foundation and corrector / MAC 168: Countering bronzing Powder

Festival Season
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MAC Pigment: Coco Beach
Eyeliner: MAC : Pearl Glide – Lord it Up
Eyeshadows: Bobbi Brown: Cognac (Shimmery shade for lid), Cocoa (Crease Color), Black Plum (Eyeliner Shade), Banana (Highlight Shade)
Eye Brushes: MAC 239  Eye Shader Brush, MAC 224 Tapered Blending Brush, MAC217 Blending Brush, MAC219 Pencil Brush, Basic Eye Brow and Lash Brush, Bobbi Brown Eye Linern in Jet, MAC 208 Angeled Brow Brush.
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