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I thought Kajol looked particularly stunning on this cover of Asian Woman Magazine !


Given that its a spring issue - the makeup is spot on !

Springs are all about peaches and pinks on your lips and cheeks ! Store away your reds, wines, burgundy shades and pull out your peaches, corals and pinks from hiding ! For the eyes - nothing is more springy than colored eyeliners. Bright greens, teals, blues replace dark blues and blacks in my stash.

For Kajol's Look :

Face
1. Start off with a light moisturizer
Rec : Clinique Dramatically Different Moisturizing Gel / Aveeno Positively Smooth Facial Moisturizer
2. Follow up with a tinted moisturizer or a foundation with sheer to medium coverage.
Rec : Hard Candy Tinted Moisturizer / Smashbox HD Foundation

Eyes
1. Do your brows and apply a satin peach shadow on your lids.
Rec : MAC Samoa Silk / MAC Paradisco Eyeshadow
2. Line your upper lash line with a deep brown powder shadow and smudge it along the length of your lash line for a soft finish.
Rec : MAC Charcoal Brown / Folie Eyeshadow
3. Run a bright green eyeliner along your lower lash line and waterline. Or you could do a brown along the waterline.
Rec : Urban Decay 24/7 eyeliner - Covet
4. Curl your lashes and apply a lengthening mascara
Rec : Cover Girl Lash Blast Length

Cheeks
1. Apply a matte/ satin peach blush on your cheeks.
Long face - go for the apple of your cheeks
Round face - Go upward and outward from the hollow of your cheeks (do a fish face to find the hollow) towards your temples.
Rec : Smashbox Reign Blush ( my forever favorite peach blush) / MAC Sheertone Blush - Peaches

Lips
1. Apply a peachy coral lipstick and follow with a clear lip gloss
Rec : Smashbox Lip Pencil - Amaretto / MAC Ravishing Lipstick

Love,
Indian Girl

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8 comments

Anonymous said... @ March 23, 2010 at 7:42 AM

Whatever happened to her unibrow! I thought she used to be proud of it.

preeti said... @ March 23, 2010 at 8:31 AM

she does look good! i have always stuck to black, brown, navy blue, dark green. I have always wondered if anything other than the colors i mentioned would look nice on tanned skin tone...

Anonymous said... @ March 23, 2010 at 11:49 AM

i love the deep green contrast with her bright green, amazing! I feel like this look would look great on dark brown eyes too, with a pop of colored liner underneath.
You should do a look like this on your own eyes :)

Jamilla Camel said... @ March 23, 2010 at 7:20 PM

I saw the cover at the newsagent and thought she looked really unique and stunning too!

Anonymous said... @ March 24, 2010 at 12:17 AM

I have tried this green liner look & love it! But, the only problem with using liners below the lower lash line is that they begin to smudge after an hour or so. I've tried pampering that area with a few extra dabs of concealer or foundation, but nothing's worked so far. So, am curious. Does anyone face that problem?

RGP

Amrita said... @ March 24, 2010 at 5:39 AM

Does no one else notice that one of the articles says "virginity: how to get it back"? I almost died laughing when I read that!!!

An Indian's Makeup Blog ! said... @ March 25, 2010 at 12:29 AM

Hi AMrita !

LOL - I read that. Just didn't know what to say - LOL !

slamet said... @ September 8, 2013 at 11:03 PM

Hi, I'm from Indonesia. Kajol is my favorite Indian artist. please add more writings about Kajol.

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