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Hello beauties,
Welcome back to my blog.

Today I will be showing you a new makeup look I created very recently.

By now you all know that I keep attending makeup classes to enhance my makeup skills and this look was created in one such class held by Raashi Sighat (her insta handle is Glamupbyraash) in Bangalore. She conducts classes all over India – if you are interested please follow her page on FB and Instagram.

Regarding this look – I had an evening party to attend on the same day so I created a purple Smokey eyes kind of a look with nudish lips. My lehenga was a mix of purple, blue and pink so went for this kind of eye makeup.
Products Used:


Cetaphil moisturizing cream.

L A Girl Orange corrector.

Under eye Concealer – was provided by Raashi.

Concealer on my lids – Kryolan Dermacolor.

Foundation – was provided by Raashi.

Makeup revolution luxury powder in shade banana.

Maybelline blush in shade coral crush.

Wet n Wild highlighter in rose gold.

Sivanaa Colors contour and blush palette – was provided by Raashi.  



 Nykaa Kajal.

Sugar brow pencil.

Estee lauder mascara.

Miss Claire eye liner – provided by Raashi.

Makeup revolution eye shadow palette – Flawless 4



 Maybelline lip balm.

NYX lip liner in shade mahogany.

MAC lipstick in Twig.


Coming to the look – Raashi had informed us to come bare face to the class so I had washed my face with Biocutis face wash (recommended by a dermatologist) and that’s it. I had not applied anything. After the theory session we were allotted a separate work space with basic makeup brushes and was allowed to create magic on our face.

First, I generously applied Cetaphil moisturizing cream to prep my skin for the makeup.

Then I went for the eye makeup. Applied orange corrector on my eye lids. Then concealed it with Kryolan Dermacolor and powdered with Makeup revolution banana loose powder to set the concealer and avoid creasing.

Then I took a brown shade (Down Boy) from the Makeup revolution palette and created a crease and then took a dark brown shade (Candle) from the same palette and created a ‘V’ in the outer corner of my eye lids and intensified the ‘V’ with more dark brown shade (Cerise). Then I picked up a purple shade (Not today) from the same palette with the help of my finger and applied all over my lids excluding the outer ‘V’. Then I picked up black eye shadow (Blend) from the same palette and darkened my outer ‘V’ and blended the same with purple color.
Lastly blend every harsh line – the key to any flawless look is blend, blend, and blend. The only straight line which should be visible on our whole face is the eyeliner and the Kajal. Rest all like – foundation, concealer, blush, highlighter and all the eye shadows should be blended very well so that it creates a flawless look.

Also, we should ensure that, every single eye shadow we use must be visible but in a blended way (hope I am making sense to you all). I mean there must be a visible transition from one color to other color but there should not be a particular point/line where one eye color ends and the other starts. It has to be blended well.

Once the eye makeup is done I cleaned my face with a wet tissue to clear out any fallout from eye shadows and applied the orange corrector and topped it with concealer which was provided by Raashi and patted it with beauty blender. Then she provided a foundation of exact my complexion which I have blended well with beauty blender. I totally forgot to ask her the shade and company (we were in a hurry sooo…)

Then I dusted Makeup revolution loose powder all over the face and neck to set my base and then by using Sivanaa Contour Kit I have sculpted my face especially my cheeks, little bit of jaw line and forehead. Then I have applied Maybelline coral crush blush and wet n wild highlighter on the bridge of my nose, high point of my cheeks and on cupids bow. 

For my lips, applied NYX Mahogany lip liner and filled my entire lips with the Mac Twig lipstick.
So, hope you all enjoyed.
By the way, in this makeup class I met a beautiful soul Ms. Shilpa. We spoke endless and never felt it was our first meeting (hehehe). Shilpa – if you are reading this – you are a darling dear…♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️

Me and Shilpa 🙂
So that’s it for now beauties – Do let me know in the comments below about the look and keep following please.

See you all.










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