Look Book – Bridal Makeup Tutorial With MAC IndianWood Paint Pot

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Yesterday I went for MAC shopping and got the famous Indian wood paint pot.I couldn’t wait to try a bridal look with this super gorgeous shade .MAC Indian wood is a  golden brown shade which is warm  and when used as a base  no drug store matches it finish.

I wanted a bridal look but not very OTT  and this is how it turned out.

Bridal Makeup Indian bridal eye makeup look

and here goes my step by step tutorial 🙂

 

  •  Step1 – Primed my eyes with Urban decay primer potion
  • Step2– Applied MAC Indian wood paint pot  all over the eye lid.It need not be perfect as I am going to smudge the shade later on.
  • Step3 – Now I picked up some rust eyeshadow from NYX trio and applied it on my outer third of my eye lid.so I have Indian wood on my eye lid and rust eyeshadow on the outer corner.

 

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  • Step4 – Now I applied bronze on my crease and blended all the three shades.
  • Step5 – I applied Indian wood on lower lashline and topped some copper shade on it  leaving  1/4th of the inner lower lash line so that wood paint is visible on the inner corner as well.
  • Step6 – From the crease to the brow bone applied Indian wood again and blended the colour.

 

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Used Maybelline gel eyeliner black on my waterline and gave it a winged eyeliner look with Shahnaz liquid eyeliner.I also applied a copper colour eyeliner on lowerlashline to deepen the colour. Curled my eye lashes and applied lot of mascara

and here is the finished version .

 

Bridal  look with MAC indian wood Bridal eye makeup

 

Thoroughly enjoyed using MAC Indian wood paint pot.:)

and here is the look on both the eyes.:)
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Products Used:-

 

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104 COMMENTS

  1. *whistle* *whistle* The ASGM girl is back!!
    Love this look!!! REally awesome. How much is the paint pot though? And what exactly is a paint pot… an eyeshadow ?:-) 😕

  2. Aha! Again another Dhichkaauuun look! really pretty…i kno it sounds craxzy, but i luv the defined outer V of the look..seriously A..its so clean…

    And indian wood has definitely make the other e/s stand out more…i have never used such a base b4 but it suits the look perfectly!

    one thing id like to ask…when u do tightlining on ur uper waterline, do u find it hard to do the inner area? i can do the outer part but cant do the inner..my eyes keep watering like crazy..

    • Zee ihave been doing it since i was so young so i am in a habbit of doing it but frankly speaking i wont be able to do it the same thing on others..what i do on my friend is apply maybelline gel eye liner as it has a gel consistency i ask them to just close their eyes tightly ..:)

    • traditional and classy! its the kind of timeless look we like to recreate in diff ways i guess…

      m doin gud dear..how bout u? weekend haiii!!

  3. Hiya Anamika,
    Awesome work gal, very neat, clean and beautifully done, a work of a gifted artist The colour is very pretty, esp with the festive season approaching this will go gr8 with all the ethnic dresses, thanx for the review 🙂 Take care.

  4. ooh! simply gorgeous shade… n the winged eyeliner adds the right amount of drama. ur eyes look lovely ana… u shud’ve worn a teekha n a veil too :giggle:

  5. Very simple and pretty!! Bride ko suppose last minute emergecy ho gyi n makeup lady from parlor kalti maar gyi toh this look would be apt for doing the eyes super fast and beautifully!! =)

  6. So very bridally indeed….one thing Anu, if for Indian kinda weddings where a bride has to sit in front of fire for long time, which make up company is good for keeping it intact?

  7. That is a wonderful look! Perfect for the upcoming festivities. Btw I found out that this time KC is on a Saturday, so I too can sit at home & chill. No going to office & working! woohoo! 😀

    • awwww thanks so much..i love doing eye makeup if i don’t do it for few days i start missing it 😛

      i hope u r going to use try many many things with the eyeliner..have u read upasana post on various ways of using it.?

  8. Hi Anamika,
    One of my friend suggested ur blog .Few days back I posted a query but unfrtunatly did not get any reply.Can u please help me in deciding which is the right place to get bridal and prebridal done I was confused between lakme salon and vlcc plz plz plz suggest as I need to book an appointment I don’t have many days left. waiting for suggestions.

    • Hi Palak,, I am sorry i must have missed out your comment.
      can u let me know where r u located so that i can have a better idea of the saloon and i give u the recommendation.

      • Thanks a lot for ur quick reply. I stay in south delhi near AIIMS.
        Also please suggest me a good place from where I can get my lehenga and other accessories. I am wheatish complexioned what color will suit me most.
        Sorry to ask so many questions at a time. But i am a kind of dumbo in this field.

            • Palak i think vlcc or lakme more or less are same..rest it depends upon the makeup artist of that saloon.for lehanga in this range i suggest u to visit chandani chowk ..there u will find many varieties of lehanga which will suit your budget..there will be lot of bargaining so be carefull about that and don buy net lehanga but in gorget and there is place calld katra neel there u have amazing lehanga.

              • Personally what do you think will be better if you have any sugesstion other then these 2. from where did you get your make up done? for make up i m a novice, and I am sure your blog will help me a lot with this.it would be great if you can suggest me what should I ask for after going there i am any particular points that I should mention so.
                I have heard a lot about chandni chowk what u say about karol bagh for lehengas.

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