I decided to keep it simple when it comes to makeup since I'd be running around all day and didn't want to do something that would require high maintenance. My dress was basically a jorget shirt with ruched sleeves and embroidery down the front which is kinda obvious haha. I paired it with a chiffon duppata and my ever trusty black tights.
Now, I know my eye makeup skills leave a lot to be desired but I decided to try anyways. I'm wearing two shades from the MUA Undressed Palette. I have Shade 1 on the inner corner, followed by Shade 6 on the entire lid and a bit of Shade 7 on the crease. To see the swatches of the shades used, and a review of the Undressed Palette click here.
As for the rest of my face, you can see its more on the naturally radiant side (atleast that is what I had in mind before starting lol). I started off with Rimmels Match Perfection Concealer and Highlighter (review here) and followed it with Rimmel's Clean Finish Foundation (review here) and a light dusting of Rimmel's Stay Matte to keep my makeup locked in place for as long as possible (review here). Now I know it seems like I'm a walking, talking advert for Rimmel but I find that all their products work really well for me, especially when combined. For my cheeks I added a bit of MUA Bronzed Perfection on my temples and jaw line (review here) along with a bit of Color Studio Professional's Blush in Audacious Orange. I finished off the look with a Revlon Matte lipstick (review here).
Excuse the mini bomb in my hair and the pose in the second picture lol, I was attempting to show a bit of my Mehendi artistically, which was quite a fail haha.
How was your Eid? Did you guys over dose on Bakra meat or stayed away from any and every from of gosht like me? Let me know! :)
Until next time, tc.