How to do a casual makeup for Indian women (The Weekend Pointers)

Today in The Weekend Pointers I have picked a question that has been asked by many readers from India. Many Indian girls want to know about an easy and simple trick do their makeup. I’ll write about a casual makeup in this article.


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Apply Concealer

 Start your makeup with concealing dark circle around the eyes, any spots and blemish or scars on your face.Choose your concealer according your skin tones. Apply the concealer on the areas you want to hide and blend it by patting it.

Apply Foundation

 Apply foundation on your face and neck by dotting all over your face and neck. Always choose your foundation according to your skin tones and nature. If you have oily skin, go for a foundation that is for your skin type. If you have dry skin, choose a creamy textured foundation. Blend your foundation properly with a foundation brush and beauty blender. Make sure your foundation has blended completely.

 Contouring and highlighting

If you are not an expert in makeup, don’t do it much. Just take one shade dark concealer from your skin and apply a very small amount of concealer on the both sides of your nose with your finger tip. Blend it well so that no  lines are visible anymore. Now apply some loose powder on the top of your nose bridge to highlight it. You can see a slimmer effect on your nose.

Apply Eyeliner

A simple black liquid eyeliner do a magic on your eyes. Line outer half first with a kohl pencil then inner half of your eyes, now take a liquid black eyeliner and draw a very fine line close to your eyelashes and define them. You can draw a wing lines with this way.

Defined Eyebrows

Never ignore your eye brows, keep them neat and clean by threading. Use a good brow pencil that matches your natural brow hair in color. Now make small strokes with it to fill in any gaps in your brows. Then finish by brushing through with a clear brow gel.

Apply Mascara

Choose a mascara that can give a good volume and length to your eye lashes. Apply the mascara first on upper lashes carefully with small strokes. Always look down while applying the mascara on your upper lashes and look up while applying on lower lashes. Take a tissue paper, keep it on your upper lashes and press it for a better curling effect.


Apply Blush

Give a light touch of pink or neutral blusher to your cheeks.

Apply Lipstick

Choose a light color lipstick or lip glass for a casual makeup look. Make sure your lips are clean and exfoliated before applying lipstick. Apply a lip liner to define your lips and take a similar color lipstick and fill lips with it. Now take tissue paper, keep it on your lips and pressed lightly to pull out excess lipstick, then give a light application of lipstick to a long lasting effect.

Now you are done. Put a small bindi in the middle of your forehead  if you are going to wear an Indian outfit. Keep your hair simple by making a loose bun or braid. Spray your favorite perfume and you are ready to go.

I’m sharing some of my pics with Casual makeup, hope that gives you a better idea of this tutorial.

How to do a casual makeup for Indian women (The Weekend Pointers), Indian makeup, Casual FOTD, tips and tricks, Indian beauty blogger, Chamber of Beauty

How to do a casual makeup for Indian women (The Weekend Pointers), Indian makeup, Casual FOTD, tips and tricks, Indian beauty blogger, Chamber of Beauty

How to do a casual makeup for Indian women (The Weekend Pointers), Indian makeup, Casual FOTD, tips and tricks, Indian beauty blogger, Chamber of Beauty

How to do a casual makeup for Indian women (The Weekend Pointers), Indian makeup, Casual FOTD, tips and tricks, Indian beauty blogger, Chamber of Beauty


So, what do you think of this Casual makeup for Indian attire. In fact, you can try this with any sort of outfit, for a subtle, casual look!