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Punjabi Suit Makeup Tutorial

Punjabi Suit Makeup Tutorial

Hi everyone! Happy Vaisakhi! Today’s look is a Punjabi suit makeup look. Here in Canada the season has changed, it’s getting warmer now, so I wanted to wear this Punjabi suit for Spring. I hope you enjoy this Punjabi makeup tutorial, now let’s get started.

First I applied tape to the corners of my eyes so my eye shadow is symmetrical. Then I prepped my eye lids using Maybelline Age Rewind Eraser, in the shade light. For eye shadow, I’m using the Modern Renaissance Palette.

I just bought this palette, it’s from Anastasia Beverly Hills. For my crease, I used the shade Burnt Orange, and I applied this to my crease using a fluffy brush. This is the first time using the palette, and I am very happy with it.

As you can see, it’s quite pigmented and the colours are beautiful. Then using this shade here, Love Letter, I applied this to my crease, as I wanted to further define my crease. For the rest of my eyelid I used the shade Primavera, this is a beautiful golden shade.

I applied this all over the eye lid. The suit I am wearing is quite colourful, with the blue, pink and gold, so I went for a neutral eye. From my last video, you saw me use this, it’s the Lancome Plume Eye Liner.

I really like this eye liner, the tip is very thin, allowing for precision. It’s easy to make a wing, or do a thicker liner look with this product. Since my eye shadow is on the lighter side, I made a little wing.

For falsies, I used Sephora Flare Lux False Lashes. Then I went ahead and applied my foundation. Today I combined two, first the Maybelline Fit Me (shade 210) and then the other was the Yves Saint Laurent Touche Eclat (shade BD50).

Then for highlight and contour, I used these two products. For contour, the Maybelline Fit Me Foundation Stick (in the shade Coconut), and for highlight, the LA Girl Pro Conceal in the shade Creamy Beige.

First I contoured my cheekbone area, my forehead and a little on my nose. Then I highlighted the bridge of my nose, forehead, under my eyes, and under the contour. I did not use too much of either product as it was a day time makeup look, so I didn’t want a heavy look.

To blend my contour, I used a flat brush, and then to blend out my highlighter, I used a damp Beauty Blender. While I blend my highlight and contour, don’t forget to share this video with your friends.

You should let them know what you are watching on YouTube! Also don’t forget to like this video, and subscribe to this channel. I set my highlight using Ben Nye Luxury Banana Powder. I applied this to the areas I highlighted, using a fluffy brush.

To set my contour, I used the Anastasia Beverly Hills Contour Kit. Using this brown shade, I applied this just to the areas I contoured. For blush, I used my favourite, this one is from Milani. This is the shade Coral Cove.

I applied it just to the apples of my cheeks. For my eyebrows, I used the NYX Tame and Frame Brow Pomade in the shade Espresso. I applied this using a dual ended brush, a little in the front, and a little in the arch.

First I applied the product with the brush end, and blended it with the spoolie (comb) end. For my lower water line, I used the Maybelline Colour Show Kohl Liner, in the shade light. This is great to open up the eyes and look more fresh.

Then I used Maybelline Lash Sensational, just on my lower lash line. For highlight, I used two new products for me. First I applied the Josie Maran Argan Illuminate Highlighter, then I used this one by Tarte, it’s the Amazonian Clay Highlighter.

I used three products for my lips. First I lined my lips using the shade Bloom from NYX. Then the Anastasia Beverly Hills Liquid Lipstick in the shade Rio, and finally the Milani Amour Matte in the shade Pretty.

To set my makeup so it doesn’t move, I used my favourite, the Urban Decay All Nighter Setting Spray. Here is my completed look, I hope you enjoyed this Punjabi suit makeup tutorial! Happy Vaisakhi everyone!!! See you soon.



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