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Indo-Western

Hola!

How are you all doing?

I love Indo-western clothing. Going Indo-Western is clearly a creative idea. It’s fun experimenting, right??

 

In this look, I am wearing a Needle & Thread Sheer Top with a prom skirt. To make it look more florally I  paired up printed clutch bag and wore gold cuffs on one hand and a Crystal dust cuff in black on the other. I paired it with hooped ear rings and rose gold glittery heels.

 

This top has a crew neck with embellished silver detailing making it perfect for any occasion. The skirt is layered, flared and flowy. This floral clutch has a gold metal chain strap perfect for spring. This outfit is perfect for a cocktail party, ball/ prom night or some daylight occasion. Also, you can go minimal by pairing the skirt with some casual top. 

 

I love shopping from ASOS, it is such a convenient and friendly website with a lot of brand options and variety of clothing. It has every single thing from dresses to accessories. I love their clothing line and range(mainly petite).

 

 

Makeup:

 

I wanted to go minimal on face and go dramatic on eyes. So, I went for a blue(instead of a regular black) eyeliner and took it up to little on crease, with a rose gold shimmer eyeshadow and a red lipstick(:p). I went little overboard with the highlighter ( c’mon it’s a party, right?)  and again minimal with blush. Let me know in the comments below if you want me to create this look.

 

Wardrobe-

 

Top and Bottom – ASOS

Ear Rings – H&M 

Black beaded Bracelet – Swarovski

Gold bracelets – Splash

Footwear- ASOS

Bag – Aldo

 

Make Up- 

 

Lipstick – Urban Decay – Plaid Sheer

Blue eyeliner – Maybelline lasting Drama – Lustrous Sapphire

Palette – Make up revolution.

 

Here are some of the pictures..

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Hope you guys like it and Until next time..

 

xo

Manvika????

 

 

 

 

 

Nudes + Pop of Color✨

 Hello loves,

Spring is always exciting with new fun colors, just like this palette from Deck of Scarlet. This is made in collaboration with Roxette Arisa, one of my favorite you tubers. It arrives in such a cute and sturdy packaging in your mailbox. 

Edition no : 7

Product Claims :

Transport your look to sandy beaches with exotic hues of Bora Bora, a sizzling aquamarine shimmer and Bronzed, a metallic brown that builds a sultry gaze. Lovesick adds just the right amount of flush pink across the cheeks, while gold-tinged Roxstar highlights all your best angles. Get ultra-luxe lips, using Deck of Scarlet’s creamy matte formula – perfect for layering on all day and into the night. Stripped down, turned up – kind of like being naked, only better.

Packaging :

I am very impressed with the packaging. The actual palette layout is sturdy which is beautifully designed. I really like the idea, how the lip and powder products are separated by the design. It has magnets along the sides which makes it even more luxurious and very neat. It is such a chic little package, which is very travel friendly, with a mirror. :p

Texture :

This palette is cool and chic. The eyeshadow colors are very pigmented, easy to apply and stay on. The Bora Bora(blue) shows up really well and it is one of my favorite blues right now. I also loved the brown tones for the eyeshadow and the pigment on them is pretty good.   The highlighter is decent, has a wet look to it, which can be worn as an everyday highlighter. The cheek blush is a cool fun shade. The eyeliner is beautifully formulated, creamy & no tugging of the eyelid.  The lip liner is really creamy, beautiful and a perfect nude color.

 

Shades:

It has three eyeshadow shades, a blush and an highlight. Two lip colors(light and dark). An Eyeliner and a lip liner.

I can get a few different day looks and easy to transition to night. This eyeliner can also be used on the waterline, this trick makes your eye looks bigger and brighter.

Final Verdict:

Overall, it’s a very nice palette. The different combinations you can have are versatile. The colors all work together.One can get multiple makeup looks from this one chic palette. It is a perfect palette for spring.

 Here are the few pictures of the palette..

 Until next time…

xx

Manvika

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Spring Sparkles

 How are you guys doing? Spring is here! Spring is always full of fun, cute florals.

Pink is the perfect floral color according to me. It is such a chic color which I cannot live without.

So, today, I am telling you guys about this shimmer lipstick, Estée Lauder Pure color, Rubellite Shimmer and how I use this one product in three different ways for that springy look. 

As a lipstick: 

This is a beautiful pink shimmer color. It is very moisturizing on lips, silky smooth and has a beautiful shine. This imparts a nice shine that makes lips look plump and full. Who doesn’t like fuller lips? 

As a blush:

Spring is all here, and who doesn’t like going on a vacation? But, do not want to carry too much makeup, yet look fun and flirty with all florals vibes going on. This shimmer lipstick can be applied to the apples of the cheek with your finger or a brush. I like it taking little upwards with a brush, just below my highlighter and blend it in with it, it kind of makes my face highlighting yet blushy.

As an eyeshadow:

Yes, this lipstick can be used as an eyeshadow as well! At first, I neutralize my eyelids with either a concealer and lock it up with some loose powder, or I use NYX jumbo pencil in white, to neutralize the pigmentation on my eyelids. Then, I go with some compact powder, or any light eyeshadow on my crease. Then, I apply this lipstick with my ring finger, so that the pigments just sits on my lid. I let that sit for some time. Boom!! The perfect pink berry shimmered look is here!

I quite like using one product for many purposes. You can use any shimmer lip color, but let it be a bit moisturizing so that it will be easy to work with. The whole point is it should not budge the base makeup. 

Do give this a try and tell me in the comments below or tag me on Instagram 😀

Until next time…..

xx

Manvika.

 

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