BB Decode – How to Get Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s Stunning Look

Written by Urvi DalalJan 05, 2019

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan recently made an appearance on the popular show Famously Filmfare and looked absolutely badass and gorgeous.

The diva wore a mustard-brown pantsuit that flattered her frame to perfection. The highlight of her look however were those loose, red curls that she has been flaunting since the release of her movie Fanney Khan. And while the hair colour looked absolutely breathtaking on her, for her makeup, she went with light smokey eyes and some nude matte lips to go with.

If you loved her appearance just as much as we did, the look decode below will help you replicate her makeup look in minutes...


If you have gorgeous skin like Aishwarya’s, coverage should hardly be your concern. Hence, she kept her skin looking fresh and hydrated with sheer to medium coverage. After using a moisturiser and primer, you can wear the  Lakmé Absolute Argan Oil Serum Foundation with SPF 45 for a dewy, fresh look. This foundation stays long on your face, while providing your skin with enough hydration.


To make your eyebrows look simple, yet thick and well groomed, you need to fill in the sparse areas of your brows with the Lakmé  Black EyeBrow Pencil. Filling in your eyebrows pulls your entire look together and helps define your features.


Aishwarya has added some warmth to her cheeks by applying just a hint of a peachy, coral blush. You can use the Lakmé  Absolute Face Stylist Blush Duos - Peach Blush on the apples of your cheeks to achieve this look.


Her eyes are the only place where she has added some drama and definition by giving them a soft smokey look. To get your eyes to look like that, use the black, silver and rose gold shades from the Lakmé  Absolute Illuminating Eye Shadow Palette – Silver. Use the Lakmé Absolute Shine Line in Black to tightline your lash lines and use the Lakmé Eyeconic Kajal to line your eyes. Finish your eye makeup by applying 2-3 coats of the Kareena Kapoor Khan Lakmé Absolute Lash Definer Black.