I am in a totally lazy and tired mood now after attending continuous classes since morning. So try as hard as I may, I could not come up with an innovative DIY for you all. I crawled back to my comfort zone, i.e. eye makeup 😀 I am a Bengali, as all of you know by now, and since childhood I have seen that almost Bengali women have almond-shaped eyes which they love accentuating mostly with kajal. As I grew up, I got many compliments for my eyes and few of my non- Bengali friends used to say that they wish they were born a Bengali!! So, this post is for all the girls who do not have naturally almond-shaped eyes, but would love to flaunt them. At the end of this tutorial, I would also add a typical Bengali touch which reminds me of my childhood days when I used to stare awestruck at my mum when she added that touch. Read on to find more about it 🙂
Step By Step Tutorial:
Use a pencil brush and fill in dark brown eye shadow in the sparse areas of your eyebrows. Don’t be afraid to deepen it more than you usually do as slightly thicker eyebrows would suit this look. Bengali girls generally have dark eyebrows.
Dab some golden eye shadow below your brow bone. This will give the further enhancement to your groomed eyebrows.
If you wish to, you can dab some beige or peach-colored eye shadow on the inner half of your upper eye lid. I generally skip this step when I am in a hurry.
Next, draw a thick “V” on the outer corner of the upper lid and use a Q tip or your finger to blend it inwards.
Now, take a brown eye shadow on a fluffy brush and use it on the crease to blend out the harsh line.
Take a liquid black eyeliner and draw a thick winged line on your upper lash line. You can extend the wing as much as you are comfortable in.
With a steady hand, draw a thin line a little below the lower lash line and make sure the line tapers towards the centre of the eye. I mean, the line should not extend towards the innermost corner of the eye, but should end right at the centre. This step will “lift” your eyes up and give the illusion of almond eyes.
Fill the gap with liquid black eyeliner itself.
Add kajal on the waterline, tightline your eyes, curl lashes and add loads of mascara.
This is how it should look.
The final “Bengali” step is to wear a red bindi! It adds the ultimate glow to the face.
Eyes are the focus of this look, so use your favorite MLBB shade for your lips. This is me, and I am so glad that I am finally beginning to resemble my mother, yay! I hope you all like it! See you next time!
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