Girls, do you know the one shade that is doing the rounds when it comes to eye makeup? We’ve all been obsessed with this colour at one point. No, it’s not pink, it’s not peach and no, it is definitely not red! Okay, we’re finally revealing it to you… we’re talking about rose gold! The colour itself screams festive, party and vibrant (with a hint of subtle).
Rose gold eye makeup is creating a storm amongst Bollywood celebrities and we’ve been taking notes. From Deepika Padukone to Bhumi Pednekar, everyone has been experimenting with rose gold eyeshadow, and the result is absolutely drool-worthy. Here’s all the inspiration you need.
While most girls follow the highlight-one-feature rule when it comes to makeup (that is, either eyes or lips), Bhumi Pednekar shows you how to keep both going strong, defined yet perfectly complemented. She wears matte rose gold eyeshadow and finishes off with a fuchsia pink lip colour. Apt for the festive season!
The oh-so-gorgeous Deepika Padukone gives eye makeup inspiration that you can easily pull off for a weekend brunch. Rose gold eyeshadow coupled with dark brown eyeliner. Sounds like a stunning combination, doesn’t it?
Rose on rose on rose on rose! Shraddha Kapoor wears rose gold eyeshadow to complement her easy-breezy outfit in a similar shade and… slays! Add some black eyeshadow on the outer corner of your eyes and smudge it with a brush for added effect. Finish off with some highlighter and a nude glossy lipstick. Perfect for all you makeup minimalists out there!
If you’re an eye makeup rookie and want to experiment with shimmer, then rose gold can be a great start! Take cues from actress Kriti Sanon and swipe rose gold shadow all over your upper as well as lower lids. Smudge it well and define the look with generous coats of mascara, and voila!
If you want to go all out with rose gold eyeshadow, then opt for a smokin’ hot combination of rose gold and black. After loading up on rose gold eyeshadow all over your lids, right up to your brow bone, take some black shadow or simply use your kajal pencil, draw a line close to your upper lash line and smudge it for a smoked out look.
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