Get the look; Mehndi Raat Face

Hi lovelies!

A few days ago my uncles fiancée had her Mehndi/Henna party which is sort of like a hens party for us Muslim ladies ;o) I will be sharing with you all the look I created on that day. I was inspired by the Pakistani dress I wore, the beautiful gold detailing with hints on turquoise.

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Base

  1. After my skin care routine I smoothed out my skin using Porefessional primer by Benefit
  2. I used a stippling brush to apply my Estee Lauder Double Wear Light foundation
  3. I corrected my dark circles using an orange concealer from LA Girl Cosmetics and then used my Maybelline Fit Me concealer to hide the orange tones
  4. After ‘baking’ with Collection Translucent powder I proceeded to powder contouring and highlighting using my Face Contour Kit by Sleek in medium

Eyes: I used my BH Cosmetics 120 palette to create the dramatic eye makeup.

  1. I blended a brown matte eye shadow in the crease
  2. In the inner corner I applied a mix of a yellow and gold eye shadow
  3. In the centre I first applied the Maybelline Color Tattoo in Turquoise Forever and mixed a blue and green eye shadow to pack on top
  4. I deepened the outer V with black eye shadow and blended it into the brown shadow
  5. I lined my eyes with NYC eye liner
  6. I tight lined my upper and lower lash line with NYC black eye pencil
  7. After popping on Huda Beauty lashes in ‘Giselle’ eyes were all complete!

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The finished look….

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Here is my outfit which was a pressie from my mum ❤ I love love love this dress! Very different from the other Asian outfits I have ❤

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Le mother
Le mother

Stay tuned for the makeup look I created for the wedding!

Take Care XXX

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7 thoughts on “Get the look; Mehndi Raat Face

      1. Hello, I do not normaly wear makeup but a few month ago I was involved in catfight with a girl. I have some face scratches which are not healing well and I want to know if there is a makeup way to cover scratches?

      2. Oh no! So sorry to hear abou that. Well what you could do it opt for a very heavy coverage concealer, Derma blend concealers are really good! Another way it to correct and conceal. First use a concealer to counteract any unwanted tones then use a concealer over the corrector.
        With the product you use, it would be best to dab the product rater than swirling the brush ❤

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