Bhumi Pednekar sure had a productive lockdown - the stunner has earned herself legit makeup and hairstyling skills by practising looks on herself. And now that she is out of her pyjamas and into gorgeous lehengas again, they’ve certainly come in handy. Bhumi turned MUA for herself, turning out a soft, berry-toned makeup look to complement a lavender-hued lehenga. It is such a pretty makeup look and perfectly complements her heavy lehenga. The minimal yet lovely details are proof that you do not have to go OTT with desi ensembles; a softer glam look can get you ready for countless Insta selfies as well. Here is how to recreate Bhumi’s DIY berry-toned glam look in five simple steps...
Step 01: Prep your skin with the Lakme Absolute Blur Perfect Makeup Primer. The silky blur formula hides your skin’s minor imperfections and gives it a flawless and smooth finish. Prepping your base with this primer will also give you that lit-from-within brightness that Bhumi is rocking here.
Step 02: Follow up with the Lakmé 9 to 5 Weightless Mousse Foundation. The lightweight formula makes it easier to blend the foundation into a seamless finish. It is also infused with SPF and leaves a peachy glow on your face.
Step 03: For the eyes, start with a matte berry tint from the Lakmé Absolute Spotlight Eyeshadow Palette - Berry Martini and top it up with some shimmery pigment in the centre. Fill in the upper lash line with the Lakmé Absolute Kohl Ultimate The Gelato Collection - Blackcurrant and finish with the Lakmé Absolute Flutter Secrets Volumizing Mascara for dramatic lashes like Bhumi.
Step 04: It is time to put on the pout! Keep it minimal yet pretty like Bhumi with the Lakmé Absolute 3D Lipstick - Elegant Pink. Make sure to prep your lips with a scrub for it to turn out creamy and soft.
Step 05: Add finishing details to your face with the Lakmé Absolute Face Stylist Blush Duos - Rose Blush on the apples of your cheeks. For added glow, dab some Lakme Absolute Highlighter - Moon-Lit on the bridge of your nose, the cupid’s bow and under the brow bone.
Images courtesy: @bhumipednekar