If you are a true makeup lover, then you will be more excited about getting dolled up for the New Year party than the party itself. Putting some music on, getting your palettes out and doing your makeup while singing like nothing else matters… that’s the stuff you look forward to!
For all of you who are still wondering what new makeup trick to try for your New Year’s Eve party, here are some looks that have the stamp of approval from Bollywood’s best MUAs.
Smoky eyes that are visible from the moon!
Sandhya Shekar created this gorgeous look for Deepika Padukone and it is a sure-fire party-ready look! Balance the drama of the eyes with nude lips and pulled back hair!
Metallic eyeshadow for maximum impact
Shaan Muttathil uses metallic eyeshadow to create this look for Shraddha Kapoor. He uses white liner in the lower waterline to make Shraddha’s eyes look wider and adds dramatic falsies for maximum impact. It’s a ‘yessss’ from us!
Vardan Nayak creates this minimalist look for Ananya Panday and this look is perfect for those who prefer simple, no-fuss looks. But don’t let the simplicity of the look fool you, it takes a lot of effort and prep to get the flawless look!
Shraddha Naik created this look that screams ‘party’ for Kriti Sanon. Coppery, shimmery smoky eyes are a stylish alternative to the classic black smoky eye and look perfect when you have a heavily sequinned outfit.
Puneet Saini created this monochrome look for Aliaa Bhatt and you heard it here first, monochrome makeup is going to be huge next year! So get thinking about stocking makeup that lends well to the trend!
Subbu creates this look for Kareena Kapoor Khan and what’s more party-appropriate than a red lip and black dress? A classic red lip pairs well with your LBD and paired with slightly accented eyes and loose waves will surely get you 2019 compliments!
Elton J Fernandez uses highlighter to maximum effect on Aditi Rao Hydari for an ethereal glow. Pair berry lips and a winged liner with a glossy highlighter for this angelic look.
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