This is CPR for my Bollywood Series, if you still remember it.
A reader asked me about Rani's look in Bombay Talkies. I hadn't heard about it, so I went to watch the trailer. First scene in trailer- Rani applying red lipstick. I was instantly hooked. I downloaded the movie and watched it. Truthfully, I just wanted to see that lipstick, but I was also entertained by the movie. Next day, I attempted Rani's look.
I must say this heavy kohled look does not suit me. Rani has big lids that are so ideal for eye shadows, I have almost none-lids. But it's really about the red lips.... and apparently, excessive hair handling. I really didn't mean to! =D
Face: Maybelline Clear Glow BB Stick in Fawn (I'm very pale right now, so I needed a darker base), MAC Studio Finish Concealer, The Body Shop Honey Bronzing Powder to set.
Cheeks: Sleek Makeup blush in Suede & Collection Shimmering Glow Bronzer on top.
Eyes: Too Faced Shadow Insurance to prime lids. Eyeshadows are a mix of brown and taupe from Sleek Oh So Special Palete- Wrapped Up in the crease, Boxed on lids, The Mail to blend, Noir over black kohl. Lakmé Kohl Ultimate to line eyes heavily. Maybelline The Falsies Black Drama Mascara on top and bottom lashes.
Lips: Looks like MAC Ruby Woo or Russian Red she's using in the movie. Here, I first lined and filled in lips with Bourjois Lip Pencil #20 Rouge Soyeux, applied MAC Ruby Woo first, then later I applied Rimmel Lasting Finish 107 to make it look deeper.
|Doesn't this photo look kind of 'Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham'? I mean the pose :)|
Bombay Talkies Trailer...
About Bombay Talkies (No Spoilers):
One hundred years of Hindi cinema is celebrated in four short stories showcasing the power of film. Different director for each story. My favorite was Sheila Ki Jawani story. Cute & funny kid.
Oh, what am I wearing? That red "sari" is a red shirt. I draped it across and tied the sleeves at the back...hehe!
Have a lovely weekend all!