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Master the nomad inspired look: Beauty trends from Day 4 of PFW

Here’s some nomad inspired makeup looks, peppered global sensibilities that will elevate your makeup game.

PrintFashionWeek2016 Updated: Mar 22, 2017 19:56 IST
Prerna Gauba
HT City

The face art donned by models is inspired by a Bengali bride. The zig-zag pattern adds twist and fun to the entire look. (Waseem Gashroo/HT Photo, Shara Ashraf/Concept and Styling)

A modern look with a desi soul will never let you down at any gathering. Time and again, we want to go for fuss-free yet elegant and admirable makeup. So here’s some nomad inspired inspiration, peppered global sensibilities.

The looks are experimental, courageous and glamorous donned by models along with Ritu Beri’s Khadi collection. Steer clear of heavy, overwhelming makeup this season and show off your fun, lighthearted side with these easy-breezy looks.

Strong smokey

Waseem Gashroo/HT Photo, Shara Ashraf/Concept and Styling

Prime your eyelids and then apply black eyeshadow to get strong smokey eyes. Move to your waterline and apply a dash of kajal. Using a plucker, place faux eye lashes to elevate the look. After you are done with your eyes, apply foundation and nude lip colour.

The global banjara

Waseem Gashroo/HT Photo, Shara Ashraf/Concept and Styling

Get the crimped, messy hair look easily at home. Braid your hair when they are damp. After an hour, once the hair dries up, open all the braids. Back comb your hair from the crown area and you are good to go. For the smudged kohl look, apply eyeshadow on your lower lid and smear it using a smudge brush.

Ace art is the future of beauty!

Waseem Gashroo/HT Photo, Shara Ashraf/Concept and Styling

This one is inspired by the ravishing Bengali bride. Using white kumkum, draw zig-zag or curvy patterns on your forehead. Brighten up the design with red liquid kumkum – draw red polka dots in between the pattern.