Kareena Kapoor Eye Makeup Tutorial


Kareena Kapoor Khan the natural beauty, the fashion icon is known for her spunk and style. Her ravishing looks and alluring eyes have never failed to lead her peers to rout. Regardless of whatever she dons, she never lags behind on oomph factor. And that is precisely why I am gonna tell you that though she is she, you can be like her.. How is the Big Question which I am going to answer in this tutorial.

The smoky eye that she seems to carry with suave and ease might give an impression of perfunctory attempts behind them but it’s not all that easy to be true!

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Kareena Kapoor Eye Makeup

Here are the steps involved to get eye of Kareena Kapoor’s ilk:

  • Make an application of plummy brown eyeshadow to the line of the crease with a fluffy blending brush and blend out the edges.
  • Again, apply the eye shadow on your lower lash line.
  • Using an angled eyeliner brush, make an application of black matte eyeshadows on the upper and lower lash lines. You must ensure to make it thicker at the outer part of the eye on the upper lash line. Even if it falls behind on precision, it needs not be a matter of concern.
  • Make an application of black kohl pencil on the upper lash line and enjoin them at the tear ducts. Line outside the upper lash line but in closer proximity to the lashes. You can even use dots if you are a bit jittery about it.
  • Make use of stiff pencil brush of the same eye shadow which was used in step 1 and 2. Firstly, smudge the lower lash line over the corners and then take it up to meet with the upper liner.
  • Smudge the upper part of the lash line in the same manner. A plumy brown eye shadow of the same type can make it look a bit more intensified. Meet the lines at the outer corners and into a triangle.
  • Curl lashes and finish with an application of mascara on the top and bottom lashes.

Check out this YouTub Video. This makeup will make your eyes look simply gorgeous and stunning. The good thing is that, its perfect for dinners, dates, parties and if you want to keep it subtle it will work for office attire too.

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