It is that time of the year when girls and women of all age come out in their best outfits to celebrate Diwali – the Indian festival of lights. During this festive season, you can notice trendy and fashionable ideas all around you, especially among the soon-to-be brides and newlyweds. If you want to look gorgeous this Diwali, here are some Diwali shopping tips for you.
Highlight your best features: If you want more attention to your lips on this Diwali, it is time that you start shopping for a dark shade of lipstick. If you want to possess a fuller look, it would be best to apply a dash of peach or pink blush as it can accentuate your cheek bones.
Traditional outfits: During this festive season, there is nothing better than traditional attire and makeup. If you are planning to wear a heavy saree or salwar suit, you should keep makeup to the minimum. On the other hand, heavy makeup is ideal for girls and women who want to wear a light salwar suit or saree.
Use the right makeup: It is best to apply concealer on the under-eye area. The foundation should match your skin tone. For the eyes, you should try using an eye shadow that matches your Diwali outfit. It is also advised that you use mascara and curl eyelashes; you may even decide to go for highlighting eyebrows and applying Kajal.
Natural looks: If you want to flaunt the natural “nude” eye look, use pastel shades like purple and pink on the eyes as they tend to add freshness on the skin and your overall appearance. It would be best to try out light orange lipstick on the lips and cheeks.
Shop smartly: Diwali celebrations are all about being an active participant and figure-hugging wear are a strict no-no. Avoid tight-fitted clothes as they can make you feel and look uncomfortable.
Don’t forget to experiment with trends: A distinctive way to make a stylish statement this Diwali is to experiment with present-day trends. Your outfits for Diwali should exude quirkiness, elegance, and playfulness while bringing out the feminine you. For this, you can experiment with different kinds of silhouettes (such as floor length anarkali kurta, lehenga saree, ghagra choli, or panelled suits). You may even try out draping sarees in different ways. In short, the whole idea is to go for something out of the box this Diwali.