7 Neutral Eye Shadows for Indian Festive Eye Makeup Looks - Indian Beauty Forever
Tuesday, 14 October 2014

7 Neutral Eye Shadows for Indian Festive Eye Makeup Looks

Neutral eye shadows for festive makeup
Hi all!!

With Diwali celebrations just round the corner, I am sure you might have already planned your outfit for this Diwali. No matter what your outfit would be, neural eye makeup with gold, copper, bronze colors always compliment beautifully with the traditional Indian wear. I will be showing 7 neutral eye shadow palettes and singles that I think will let you create beautiful eye makeup to go with your Indian outfits. 

7 Neutral Eye Shadows for Indian Festive Eye Makeup Looks


L’Oreal Paris Color Riche Eye shadow Eau de Rose

It’s a gorgeous eye shadow quad from L’Oreal Paris with a shimmery beige highlighting color that can be also used as a lid color for a subtle wash of color. It also has two other light shades that can be used on the lids or as inner corner highlight color. I find such colors other than the gold, to go pretty nicely with the soft eye makeup looks where you wish to focus more on the lips. The last color in this eyeshadow quad is a dark brown with copper hues which is bound to make a good choice when you wish to go for more defined look with smokiness. It can be a good crease color also. In fact this color can be used as an eyeliner that you need to smudge, pairing up with a lighter color on the lids or underneath the lower eyelash.


L’Oreal Paris Infallible Eye shadow in Burning Black

This color is very similar to that of the darkest one in the Eau De palette except for the lavender glitters that it has and this being a bit more on the darker brown side. This can be used for crease as an eyeliner or to have a smudge smokey eye makeup look. Fall outs is a bit of problem therefore, you need to be careful using working with this.

7 Neutral Eye Shadows for Indian Festive Eye Makeup Looks



I find Tanjore rush to be the most beautiful and versatile palette out of the available choices. It has a medium gold shade, a dark coppery brown, an olive green and a peacock blue. I think at the price this is an excellent palette to have in your vanity. Not just the price, the pigmentation and the texture of the colors are very easy to blend. Here's a look that I did using two of the shades from this quad.




Colorbar Single Eye shadow in Copper Crush

Now, if are looking for a single gold eye shadow with a decent texture and gold pigmentation then this is an ideal choice. This gold here is very similar to that of the gold in the Lakme Tanjore Rush. Gold is a versatile color which you may use in anyway which way you like, aa a highlighter, inner corner lid or under the waterline. Gold can take the look to an another level, adding more dimension yet keeping it soft altogether. Gold goes really well with other neutrals and any color you can think of. I will highly recommend a gold eye shadow in your vanity.

7 Neutral Eye Shadows for Indian Festive Eye Makeup Looks


Colorbar Single eye shadow in Spicy Brown

Just like the gold one, Spicy brown is a dupe for the coppery brown from the Tanjore Rush. If you’re on a budget then, I will suggest going for the quad instead of the singles here considering there is no compromise on the quality.


7 Neutral Eye Shadows for Indian Festive Eye Makeup Looks
Deborah Milano Eyeshadow in Quartz

Quartz is a matte dark brown eye shadow that you can use as a crease color or to darken the crease while using some other color. A matte eye shadow is a good to have though this color would not show up very well on the duskier complexion.


Sigma Eye shadow in Grasp

Grasp is a peachy color with finely milled gold glitters. It will work as a pretty eye lid color and can be teamed along with gold, bronze, coppers and brown beautifully.

So, these were some of my recommendations for neutral eye shadows! 

Which is your favorite neutral colored eye shadow? Or which palette you like to use?

Niesha Jeenwal

I am Niesha, Editor of Indian Beauty Forever, a Science graduate turned Beauty Blogger from New Delhi who's blogging for more than 3.5 years and loves everything related to Makeup & Beauty.

7 Neutral Eye Shadows for Indian Festive Eye Makeup Looks Reviewed by Niesha Jeenwal on 9:03 pm Rating: 5 Neutral eye shadows for festive makeup Hi all!! With Diwali celebrations just round the corn...

No comments:

I have changed the comment system due to which your lovely comments have been disappeared from a lot of posts.
I appreciate the time you take to comment but Kindly DO NOT PUT LINKS in the comments, they will be DELETED. Anonymous comments are disabled, Plz do mail me if you have questions!
:)

Niesha Jeenwal