Friday, 26 September 2014

Getting ready for festival : The traditional Bengali look for Shubho Pujo

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Hi my lovelies... 
So officially, the festival season has begun. Navratris, Durga Puja, Diwali, ... wow! the season has just begun. So much to dress up, so much to look good.... and so much to decide. 
I too was having a tough time when I decided to do series of look posts for the festival season. I wanted the series to start off with a Durga Puja special, but somehow, whenever I thought of doing a traditional look, I always wanted a traditional beautiful Bengali face, with large expressive eyes, to do complete justice to the look. 
And that's when I approached a beautiful and a wonderful blogger 
Agnibanya Das Poddar of lovethyred.com . 
She readily agreed to do this wonderful Durga Puja look for me... And here it is... :-) 

From Agnibanya :-) 

"The look that I created today is something that I think many Bengali women would like to sport during the morning aarti during the few days of the Puja celebrations.

 Indian Beauty Blog / The traditional Bengali look for Shubho Pujo 

For this look, I really wanted to keep it very traditional, hence the dhakai saree with a simple red blouse and some gold accessories, earrings, neckpiece and lightweight bangles, completed with a round red bindi, and a lot of emphasis on eyes. 

Indian Lifestyle Blog / The traditional Bengali look for Shubho Pujo 
Took a chance and used a darker shade of lip color instead of a 
red or neutral which according to norms would have been more apt, but like you know, I always take chances with makeup, hence just went ahead with it..

Here’s the makeup Breakdown

For Face:

Makeup Academy Matte perfect Primer

Kryolan Dermacolor Camouflage palette to conceal

Makeup Forever HD Foundation

Kryolan Blush Youth Red on the cheeks

Indian Makeup Blog / The traditional Bengali look for Shubho Pujo 

 For eyes:

Makeup Academy Eye Primer

Bourjois Contour Clubbing eyeliner in Black Party

Sephora Colorful Matte eyeshadow in Morning Mocha

Inglot Eyeshadow Matte 393 (a matte orange) in crease

Inglot Eyeshadow Double Sparkle DS 474 (a bright Yellow), to highlight

Rimmel Scandal eyes mascara

Indian Lifestyle Blog / The traditional Bengali look for Durga Puja 

 On Lips:

MAC Matte Lipstick : Diva

PEL SHOUTS 
WOW! This is fabulous Agnibanya. Just the way I had thought! You are a perfect Bengali beauty indeed and your features have been highlighted so beautifully. I am definitely going to copy this look for the final day of the puja festivities... Superloved this <3 <3 <3 . Btw, do check out her blog people. She is really amazing. 

9 comments:

  1. oshadharon !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  2. Poo@beautyandmakeupmatters28 September 2014 at 12:13

    Wooww.. Agni you look so beautifull.. the perfect bengali look.. <3


    Diva twist made a difference to the look.. ;) .. U look lovely nd vibrant as ever.. <3

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  3. wow.....you look so beautiful!
    Absolutely 110% gorgeous!!!!

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  4. Thanks for the post Tarry..and your lovely comments :) <3

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  5. Thank you Richa :)

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  6. I took a chance with Diva and I'm so glad you liked it Poonam :)

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  7. Thanks Shalini :)

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  8. Thanks Bidisha.. :*

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