Winter will soon be upon us and while you may be dreading the cold, don’t let it wreck your personal style. While they months ahead will tempt you with a warm blanket and a cup of hot chocolate, it is important that you do not turn into a social recluse.
Here are a few winter makeup looks to encourage you to party like you always do and look amazing all through the season.
1.Gold eyes and berry lips: Winters are usually dull, especially with the sun gone most of the time. Gold washed eyes during this season stands out in a very subtle way, adding a spark to your face. Wear this look with a black eye-liner and achieve the look of an Egyptian beauty. Team your eyes with berry coloured lips to add that dash of colour to your face. This combination can be matched with any of your outfits and is a completely effortless look to achieve.
2.Red lipsticks: If you are the kind of person who does not like over-the-top makeup and can make do with just kajal and lipstick, this is the look for you. Jet black kajal on your eyes, teamed with bright red coloured lipstick will give you a bold, yet non-dramatic look. This look is perfect for a casual day out or a day at the office.
3.Rosy cheeks: Winters play havoc with our skin, making it dry and dehydrated. If this season gives you a dull look, make a blush stick your best friend. Make up blush sticks can be used to highlight your cheekbones, giving your face a tint of colour. Choose a shade of rose that matches with your skin tone for a more natural look.
4.Coloured eyeliners: The one advantage that winter has to offer is that the cold prevents your makeup from smudging all over your face, which makes it one of the best seasons for experiments. Dress up your eyes in different coloured eyeliners to take away from the monotony of black. Depending on the colour of your choice, this look can be used for both – formal events and parties, giving you an edge over the others.
5.Shimmery eye-shadows: A little shimmer always adds life to your face, especially on a dull day. Winters call for subtle colours, with a shimmer so light that it looks natural. Add a dash of a darker shade to your eyes if you are getting dressed for a night out.