Who doesn’t love gorgeous, bright eyes? And what other than Pakistani eye makeup can help achieve it? So, here I am with an exclusive Pakistani eye makeup tutorial just for you. Read on to learn the step by step process of doing this eye makeup.
Pakistani eye makeup is identified by the bold and bright eye shadow colors used. The eye makeup is very dramatic and requires a thick kohl liner. I have created a dramatic Pakistani eye makeup look using a dark purple, turquoise blue and gold eye shadow.
The step by step Pakistani eye makeup tutorial explained below:
Now, use a cello-tape to mark a guideline for your eye makeup. Remember to remove all the excess glue from the tape by sticking it on your hand first. Then, stick it at an angle extending your lower lash line. You can draw the line with a free hand too if you are good at it.
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Apply dark kohl, a bit thicker than usual on the upper and lower lash line.Extend the eyeliner to create a wing at the outer corner of the eye. Here, I have used a gel liner to create maximum color intensity; you can even use a liquid liner.
Remove all the fall-out of the eye-shadows below the eye with the help of a cotton swab.Apply a light concealer to highlight your eyes.
So, this is the final look. Amazing! Isn’t it? This is quite a dramatic eye makeup and just perfect for weddings and parties. If you want it to be a little less dramatic, just use one bright eye shadow and thinner kohl.
Try this stunning eye makeup and flaunt your style. Please don’t forget to drop us your valuable feedback via the comments section below.
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