Kareena Kapoor’s Heroine Inspired eye makeup tutorial

By Upasana (Entry #12)
 
Hi all!

Today I will be doing an eyemakeup inspired by Kareena Kapoor’s latest flick, Heroine !! When Deeps and I were discussing, she asked me to do this tutorial. So, without any delays, I did my version of her makeup. 

This is the reference image
 

I rotated, and zoomed, and cropped her eyes area to get a close idea of what colors she’s wearing:
 
 
 
If you can notice, she has this very intense vampy style smokey eye using dark brown, cranberry and golden eyeshadows. If you think of these colors otherwise, you can easily incorporate them in with any of your Indian dress, because these colors suit perfectly.
 
So lets start the tutorial 🙂
 
Step 1 :- Prime lids & apply base shadow
 
I primed my lids using a tiny drop of Inglot duraline, blended it and waited for it to dry. After that I patted some golden shadow all over the lid. Using duraline as base helped not only intensifying the golden shadow, but also acted as a base.
 
 
Step 2 :- Mark crease
 
Then I took a flat angled brush, dipped it into a dark brown eyeshadow, and marked my lower lash line, and tracing it all the way to the outer edge, in order to get a guideline for the outer ‘v’
 
 
Step 3 :- Blend Socket
 
Then using a fluffy brush, I blended some cranberry shadow over the socket area, to add a wash of color.
 
 
Step 4 :- Fill the outer ‘v’
 
Then taking the same fluffy brush, I filled the outer ‘v’ with the dark brown eyeshadow, and a bit of black to deepen the crease area. Make sure to blend it well with the cranberry shadow. I took the flat angled brush, and swept some black eyeshadow along the upper lash line to get a smoked liner.
 
 
Now for those, who think they’re not happy with the shape (I will still be happy if I do not consider the reference pic), they can go ahead and take a q-tip and clean and get the desired shape to get that crisp form and outline as that of Kareena’s.
 
 
This is how It looks after cleaning and getting that shape.
 
 
This is how it looks finally , after filling in waterline, highlighting brow bone, filling in brows and using a mascara.
 
 
My version doesn’t looks that intense mainly cause of two things, firstly I haven’t used any falsies, secondly I have different lighting, (thirdly, who might know hers is photoshopped 😀 )
 
Products used :-
  • Inglot duraline
  • Colorbar single eyeshadow (gorgeous gold) & Coastal scents mineral shadow (west indies gold) as base shadow
  • Dark brown shadow – Deborah So brown Quad
  • Miss Claire Cranberry shadow
  • Charcoal Black shadow – Sleek acid-i-divine palette
  • Maybelline colossal kajal
  • Lashem Double Trouble Mascara
 
 
Hope you like the look!
 
Take Care 🙂
 
Godbless :-*
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14 thoughts on “Kareena Kapoor’s Heroine Inspired eye makeup tutorial

  • October 22, 2012 at 3:36 pm
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    Simply beautiful.. Even i want that sleek acid palette. it has such bright shades.:)

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    • October 23, 2012 at 12:54 pm
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      thankuu niesha 🙂 acid palette is good but some of the shades are quite difficult to work wid..

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  • October 22, 2012 at 4:35 pm
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    beautiful tutorial :):) and upasana.. i been checking all your tutorials ever since i have seen your my way to the woods (I have put that name 🙂 hope you dont mind)
    I have become your fan 🙂
    Keep up the good work..

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    • October 23, 2012 at 1:09 pm
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      thankiees apoorva 🙂 i’m glad you liked the tutorials.. <3

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  • October 22, 2012 at 5:15 pm
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    Loved loved loved your version upsi.. 😀 <3 and the picture does look photoshopped..:P 😉

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    • October 23, 2012 at 1:16 pm
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      lol yeaaa 😀 oh btw jus google kareena before and after.. luk at her recent broad jawline !! shes surgically photoshopped 😛 😉

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