If there is one thing that we love about summer, it has to be the ease with which you can play around with bright, cheerful and poppy colours, especially when it comes to makeup. It not only brightens up any outfit, but also looks super stylish. Agree? To help you take your summer makeup game one notch higher, we’ve rounded up five celebrity-inspired colourful smokey eye looks that you can draw inspiration from. Check ‘em out…
Nothing screams summer like yellow, and therefore a yellow-green eye makeup look is something you need to try this season. We love how the two colours brighten up an otherwise bare face. Don’t forget apply a thin flick of eyeliner and oodles of mascara to complete this look.
Pretty in purple
Karisma Kapoor is one actress who is hardly ever seen without her signature bright pink lip, but she gave that up for a beautiful purple smokey eye. We love how the pastel purple eye makeup provides a beautiful contrast to her outfit without looking OTT. She paired this eye look with a nude lipstick, oodles of highlighter and a hint of blush. Stunning, don’t you think?
All that shimmers
We know you are quarantined right now, but once this lockdown is over, we are sure you’ll want to dress up and party like there’s no tomorrow, amirite? Take cues from Kriti Sanon and opt for a shimmery emerald eye makeup look. Don’t forget to extend the colour to your lower lash line for that added dose of glamour.
If bright colours are not really your thing, then this red/brown smokey eye on Tamannaah Bhatia is perfect for you. The absence of eyeliner gives it a very raw, earthy appearance that we absolutely love. Don’t forget to coat your lashes in at least two coats of mascara to help further define your eyes.
Kaleidoscope of colours
If you want your eye makeup to look edgy and different, then you definitely need to recreate this one. Sara has used a mixture of purple, indigo and turquoise for her eyes and we think it looks absolutely fantastic. The key to creating this eye makeup look is choosing colours of the same family and blending them till they look seamless.