Deepika Padukone Raabta Title Song Inspired Makeup Look

Posted on May 8 2017 - 10:00am by poonam

Deepika Padukone Raabta Title Song Inspired Makeup

Today, I will be sharing a Makeup tutorial on the Gorgeous Black Smokey Kohl Look of Deepika Padukone from the Raabta Song Title Track. She looks absolutely stunning in this look with an ultra dark smokey lower Lash Line and peachy nude lips. So, I tried to recreate the look my way using mostly affordable products.Deepika Raabta Song Inspired Makeup Look

Watch the Video:

Products Used:

Eyes:

  • Makeup Geek xMannyMUA Eye Shadow Palette
  • Maybelline Lasting Drama Gel Eye Pencil
  • Maybelline Falsies Mascara
  • Givenchy Eye Brow Pencil
  • Olens Lenses – Jenith 3 Sky Gray

Face:

  • Maybelline Fit me Matte & Poreless Foundation
  • Loreal True Match Powder
  • Makeup revolution Highlighter Palette
  • Makeup Geek Contour Powder
  • Maybelline V Face Blush Kit
  • Maybelline V Face Contour Stick
  • Try Sugar It’s Vivid Pout Lipstick – Peachy Little Liars

She had a very sharp contour on cheeks and nose for that chiselled face look. Also, I liked the unusual lower line smokiness on her, so I decided to try it! She was wearing a good amount of highlighter but not blinding so I played softly with my highlighter.Deepika Raabta Song Inspired Makeup Deepika Padukone Raabta Title Song Inspired Makeup

Also, I feel looking at the video that she was wearing grey contact so I popped in my Sky Gray lenses from Olens India and throw in a choker with loose wavy hair. It would have looked better if I had curled them a little bit but too lazy to style my hair πŸ™‚

 

After a long while, I did this celebrity inspired makeup look and I am so happy with the way it turned out!

Let me know what do you think of this look? Would you like me to recreate more such Makeup Looks?

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  1. NidhalMay 18, 2017 at 11:06 PM - Reply

    This lady looks stunning and carries her natural sun-kissed bronze skin tone effortlessly- something that’s hard of come across in a white-washed Bollywood. You managed to replicate it to a great extent too πŸ™‚

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