Get dressed, glam up and keep your camera ready! Shaadi season is here. If you are going to be a bridesmaid to your sister or BFF some time soon, you’re probably  already looks for some kickass makeup looks to rock at her wedding. Well lucky for you, we have got you covered with not one but three stunning makeup looks that you can sport, and that too with just five makeup products.

A dewy foundation, a kajal pencil, a nude lip colour, blush and a brow pencil are the only five makeup products you need to look smashing this wedding season. Get hold of the Lakmé Absolute Argan Oil Serum Foundation With SPF 45, the Lakmé Eyeconic Kajal - Deep Black, the Lakmé Absolute Argan Oil Lip Color - Soft Nude, the Lakmé Absolute Face Stylist Blush Duos, and the Lakmé Absolute Precision Eye Artist Eyebrow Pencil and screenshot these bridesmaid makeup looks to copy.

3 bridesmaid looks using 5 makeup products

Smokin’ hot

A smokey eye look trumps every other eye makeup look in the book. Apply your foundation. Use your kajal pencil to get the sultry smokey eye by smudging the product on your upper and lower lids with an angled brush. Do your brows and team the dramatic look with a nude lip colour and some blush on the cheeks. 

3 bridesmaid looks using 5 makeup products

Kohled glam

A classic black-rimmed look is as elegant as can be. With your dazzling outfit, keep your makeup simple and classic with this kohl-rimmed eyes. After you’ve done your base, define your eyes with the kajal pencil, shape and fill the brows to make them look fuller and dress your lips in a soft nude colour. Apply the darker shade of pink from the blush on the apples of your cheeks and you’re ready!  

3 bridesmaid looks using 5 makeup products

Cat eye perfection

Nothing says chic like a precise winged liner. Recreate this gorgeous look by drawing a bold and thick wing on the outer corner of your eyes using the kajal pencil. Skip lining the lower lash line and define your brows. Pair the makeup with a pinkish nude lip colour and finish the look with a tiny bindi.    

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