Tuesday, 25 October 2011

Festive Gold/Copper/ Burgundy Look

Wishing you all a very 
Happy & Prosperous Diwali!

I am sorry for being away from blogging. It was because of Diwali preparations and a lot of guests at home, this being first Diwali in our new home, hence, a lot of excitement. Between all this huha I some how managed to do a festive gold/ copper/ burgundy look with red lips. Hope you all would like it! 

Products Used:
  • Eve Pearl Salmon Concealer in Dark
  • MAC Studio Fix Fluid Foundation in NC40
  • MAC Blot Powder 
  • MAC Gingerly to contour
  • MAC Fleur Power blush
  • MAC Cream Color Base in Hush (Review/Pics)
  • UD Primer Potion as Base
  • MAC PP in Rubensque all over the lid (Review/ Pics)
  • MAC e/s in Retrospeck (inner half of the lid)
  • MAC e/s in Mythology (Outer half of the lid)
  • MAC e/s Soft Brown (to blend the above two colors) 
  • MAC pigment in Heritage Rouge (Outer V and outer third of the lower lash line) 
  • MAC e/s in Naked Lunch to Highlight under the brows
  • MAC e/s in Espresso to fill in the brows
  • UD 24/7 in Zero (water lines)
  • MAC Fluidline in Blacktrack (upper lash line)
  • Estee Lauder Lash Lengthening Mascara (Upper and lower lashes)
  • MAC Cream Sheen lipstick in "Dare You"
I will now be back in action after Diwali with a lot of reviews and looks. Hope you have a great Diwali.



  1. ohh Eesha wearing sari ..!!! Dare you is really bold but u carry off so confidently :)

  2. @ Anamika: Yeah Ana I am in festive mood and hence sari. :D
    Dare You is a pretty shade. I am loving it very much.

  3. Wow...so sweet yaar.. Looking cute with bindi, saree n all :-))

    Y dont u post a saree pic...full wallah..Is that a tie n dye print?

  4. @ G.G.G.: Thanks Poorni. Yeah it's tie and die print. It's my absolute favorite. Will surely post some full pics. :)

  5. I LOVE the lipstick. Its stunning and you look gorgeous. Happy Diwali to you :)

  6. @ Corallista: Thanks dear. Happy Diwali to you too. How was it?

    @ AOYV: Thank you so much Shivnai. Happy Diwali to you too. How was it?


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