Look Glamorous This Dasara

Tamanna Rooz, Hyderabad-based makeup artist, lists down a few dos and don’ts that one can follow to look gorgeous

Published: 30th September 2014 06:04 AM  |   Last Updated: 30th September 2014 06:04 AM   |  A+A-


HYDERABAD : Tips for the season

Keep eye makeup to the minimum with glittering gold and kohl on the rim and pamper your lashes with the help of waterproof mascara. One should remember to go bold with lips with some bright Red / plum / berry colour. And since all these festivals are very happy and vibrant, one could also play up with some nice bright yellow hues be it nail colour or eye shadows to look a bit edgy. Statement necklace/earrings would go well with it. Add glamour by keeping the face simple and adding a rosy pop of colour to your cheeks. To complete this look pick a suitable lip colour of your choice.


‘Raw’ beauty is the flavour of this year. Whether you want to sport bold brows to graphic liners to messy braids. The concept of no makeup look or should I say flawless glowy skin is big this season .

Using cleanser/facewash that will remove dirt, oil and bacteria from your skin will help avoid breakouts.

It will also stimulate the blood circulation in your face.

Using toner in the morning will balances the pH of your skin.

Look for toners without alcohol and let the toner dry naturally.

Apply moisturiser on your face and neck.

Pay special  attention to the area around your eyes and lips, which can get excessively dry.

Don’t forget to apply a sunscreen with minimum SPF 30 after that. Using cosmetics that are non-comedogenic (essentially, something that won’t clog pores and/or otherwise make your skin more breakout-prone).

Seek out products that will keep your face hydrated but not make it oily.

Remember that what is an almost-magic potion for one person may not work at all for another, so be prepared for some trial and error! Choose the makeup that does not contain chemicals, dyes or fragrances.


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