Current Feature: Sahar Khatija

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She is one very talented young lady when it comes to makeup and hair and is extremely passionate about it! Just fresh into grad school, this girl already has big dreams- to become a famous makeup and hair artist/stylist someday. She is currently doing a course in Cosmetology in Mount Carmel College, Bangalore which is associated with GLOSSIP and alongside does makeup for her college fashion team. I have requested her to share her looks with us and she has been kind enough to do so and give a step by step guide! So remember her name everyone, she's gonna be big one day!

Sahar applying makeup for a model before their college fashion show


Evening Look- Black

Step 1- Cleanse your face with a cleanser (Lakme deep pore cleanser has been used).

Step 2- Use a moisturizer (According to your choice) and apply a generous amount on your face.

Step 3- Apply foundation evenly all over your face and neck. Choose one closest to your skin tone. And remember never choose a shade lighter than yours-you don’t want to end up looking ghastly.  Foundations from M.A.C are long lasting and they have a range of colours for different skin tones.

Step 4 -Use compact (Powder base).

Step 5 –Apply a white powder base eye shadow all over your eyelid.

Step 6- Use gray powder base eye shadow on your eye except in the corners.

Step 7- Use a black-shimmery eye shadow and smudge it into the grey eye shadow. Apply the black eye shadow under the eye, along your lash line.

Step 8- Use silver eye shadow or silver shine for the inner lids before smudging the grey shadow in.

Step 9- Apply eye liner (Kajal) into the waterline of your eyes. Make is really dark for the eyes to look dramatic. (Colassal Kajal by Maybelline has been used on the model) 

Step 10- Use Eye liner on the outer eye lid and extend it outwards and apply it even under the eye, near the waterline (Maybelline-Liquid eyeliner by Eyestudio has been used)

Step 11- End the dramatic look by applying plenty of Mascara on to the lashes as well as the underneath to give a more defined look. (Maybelline- The Colossal volume express waterproof has been used)

Step 12-Trace the lips with a lip liner slightly darker than your lipstick colour to give it definition. Use a bright and long lasting red lipstick.


Step 13- Choose a cheek colour that blends with the colour on your lips to avoid clashing and looking "OVER DONE". The best way to apply blush is by pouting your face and creating strokes upwards from your cheeks towards your hairline.       





Evening look- Blue

Follow same steps as above until step 4

Step 5 - Apply a white powder base eye shadow all over your eyelid.

Step 6- Use dark blue powder base eye shadow on your eye lid as well as at the edges.

Step 7- Use a lighter blue shade and smudge it with the dark blue eye shadow.

Step 8- Apply eye liner (Kajal) into the waterline of your eyes. Make is really dark (Colassal Kajal- Maybelline has been used). 

Step 9- Use Eye liner on the outer eye lid (Maybelline-Liquid eyeliner by Eyestudio has been used).

Step 10- Apply generous amount of mascara on the top as well as bottom lashes (Maybelline- The Colossal volume express waterproof has been used).

Step 11- Trace the lips with a lip liner slightly darker than your lipstick colour to give it definition. Use a bright pink or baby pink. Tip- To achieve the exact colour of the lipstick on your lips, Apply a nude lip pencil to your lips before the lipstick. It will also help keep the lipstick in place for longer n reduce the chances of smudging. 

Step 12- Choose a cheek colour that blends with the colour on your lips to avoid clashing and looking "OVER DONE". The best way to apply blush is by pouting your face and creating strokes upwards from your cheeks towards your hairline.        


If you have loved her work, how i have, feel free to contact her. Her email id is khatija_angel@yahoo.com.
Get inspired by her and try these looks out yourself! I shall definitely post more makeup looks done by Sahar, shortly. Enjoy and have a good day peeps :)

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