Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Exotic Arabic Bridal Smokey Eyes ~ Bridal makeup Collaboration


I collaborate on Youtube with two of my lovely friends Rumela and Mandy, and we decided to do different bridal makeup, depicting different cultures and traditions.



Rumela being from west Bengal picked up Bengali Bridal look , i feel no one except her could have done justice to the look , with her beautiful eyes and smile she beautifully executed the look.
I just loved her saree and the crown (not sure what is called), she looked like a real bride.

Here is her picture


Mandy born and raised in California picked up North Indian Bridal look, she has a very warm and friendly personality. just by looking at her picture one can guess the theme of her look, very Punjabi ^_^ , shez new on Youtube and has some really amazing videos.

Here is her look


My look was inspired Arabic bridal makeup , its very similar to traditional Indian and Pakistani wedding look, here is the pic(s)






 Click -> to watch the VIDEO 

PRODUCTS USED  




EYES 

NYX eyeshadow base in skin tone
88 shimmer palette
28 shimmer palette (ebay)
Chambor Dazling Sphinx (Gold)
Coastal Scents Hot Pots
  • Butter milk nude
  • Redwood
  • Creamy Latte
  • Berry Grey 
Deborah milano eyeshadow

 FACE and LIPS



 FACE

Bodyography clear Primer
Lakme Invisible finish 01 (my skin is breaking out so i used a light foundation)
Garnier Tinted roll on - Fair
NYX concealer in jar - Fair
Faces Light Bole 02 Blush
Colorbar Blush - Peachy Rose
Beige eyeshadow from Deborah Milano palette (highlight)

LIPS
NYX lip liner in Natural
NYX lipstick in Pumpkin pie
NYX lip gloss in Pink Natural

BRUSHES

Sigma : http://www.sigmabeauty.com/?Click=35314
Vega, Divo and Oriflame

Hope you liked the look , do stop by Rumel's and Mandy's video.
Link on youtube under my video in the description box.

XOXO

20 comments:

  1. In last pic your eyes look like a kareena kapoor although i love brides in every look/culture, but i love Pakistani/Indian traditional brides with bindi ya, naath and matha patti you all look great

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  2. wht a coincidence.. i was on your FB page :P even i love the complete traditional look with all that bindiya , nath and mang tika :)

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  3. I loved all the looks but I think the Punjabi bride is a bit different from what Mandy depicted, but her look is still lovely! :) Liked yours the best :)

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    1. it does look Punjabi but.. :)Thnks hun :)

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  4. @Deeptima: The thermocol crown that Rumela's wearing is called 'Topor' and is an integral part of traditional Bengali wedding!
    Nice concept!

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    1. Thanks for letting me know Adaa :)

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    2. Its called mukut the ones that the grooms wear are called topor. Although they are made of thermocol but the one I am wearing is made of art paper I made it :)

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    3. @Adaa: topor is the one which is worn by the groom. Bride wears a Mukut.

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    4. Thanks Rumela and Mrittika(nice name) :)

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  5. Thank you Deeptima for such sweet compliments. You did a fabulous job I have always been a fan of your work and this is nothing less than a pro work..
    Love
    rumela
    www.rumelatheshopaholic.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank you so much Rumela , am really glad to have a friend like you.

      Love

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  6. Well your's by far is the prettiest. I would love to have a jewerly set with the earrings and face piece, i'm sorry I don't know they're called, do you sell them or recommend a seller/shop? (US only).

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  7. hot looking bride i see out there :*

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  8. WOOOOW! All 3 looks are stunning and done so nicely!

    Dazzle and Sizzle

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  9. ummm..it was my net.. :) i loved ur look in the video..

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