Yami Gautam is known for skin that could put the heavenly angels to shame. The “Fair & Lovely” girl has always wowed us with her amazing, on and off screen looks. Her Instagram page has us looking at her flawless pictures in absolute awe.
The promotional looks for her recent release ‘Uri’ have us left asking for more. We cannot help but want to attain the same lit-from-within glow that Yami Gautam perpetually seems to wake up to.
Well, if you are on the same pursuit, here are some of the beauty lessons we learnt after closely stalking the beautiful actres’s Insta feed.
- Short hair, don’t care!
- Blue eyes hypnotise
- Smokey eyes are not just for the night
- Red lipstick to jazz up a basic outfit
- Berry lips and winters go hand-in-hand
- Smile is the best filter
Short hair, don’t care!
Yami breaks all the stereotypes related to women and long her by sporting a super fun and chic long bob. It not only accentuates her features, but also makes her look absolutely stunning.
Blue eyes hypnotise
We love the metallic blue eyeshadow Yami is sporting with this outfit. It’s a welcome change from the usual nude colour palette she sports.
Smokey eyes are not just for the night
Yami shows us how to rock the smokey eye during the day. This subtle smoked out eye makeup with an otherwise nude face is giving us serious makeup goals.
Red lipstick to jazz up a basic outfit
We love the super casual, girl-next-door look Yami sports here. But what we love the most is how she has used a bright red lip colour to liven up an otherwise plain and basic outfit. Indeed, there is a red for each occasion.
Berry lips and winters go hand-in-hand
Yami looks drop dead gorgeous in the yellow jacket. But what absolutely floored us was her choice of lip colour. She totally reiterates the commonly known fact that if you are wearing a lipstick in the winters, it better be a deep berry shade.
Smile is the best filter
This bare-faced photo of Yami instantly caught our attention. She looks so happy and we love her cheerful smile. If you are comfortable in your own skin, your smile is the only filter you’ll ever need.