Looks We Loved From Lakmé Fashion Week

6 Looks To Recreate From The Lakme Fashion Week

The annual Winter/Festive edition of the Lakmé Fashion Week concluded recently in Mumbai and the crème de la crème of the glamour world descended to fire up the runway. We pick out 6 top stunners from the LFW to inspire your looks for the upcoming festival and holiday season:

Look 1

Kareena Kapoor Khan closed the Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2019 wearing this stunning black gown by Gauri and Nainika, and looked every bit the diva that she is.

What we loved: Those Maroon Lips!

Recreate it with: The weightless, matte Maroon Love lipstick by Faces Canada.

Look 2

Kareena’s close friend and fashion icon, Malaika Arora, too created ripples on the ramp in a DivyaRajvvir piece. The ruffled sleeve blouse with a plunging neckline and a fitted skirt with a high slit was absolutely in sync with Malaika’s sense of style.

What we loved: That hint of shimmer on the cheekbones

Recreate it with: The Ruby’s Organics Creme Blush Bronze Dust, using it in upward strokes to accentuate just the cheekbones

Look 3

Ananya Pandey won all the hearts with her innocent girlish charm as she walked the ramp in a stunning pink bridal lehenga for Arpita Mehta.

What we loved: The gold eye makeup

Recreate it with: BeYu Dip Eyeliner for a thin stroke on the upper eyelid, Palladio Crushed Metallic Eclipse eyeshadow to work the eyelids and Lakme Flutter Secrets Dramatic Mascara to bring more definition to the lashes.

Look 4 

The all-linen Whispering Bells collection by Kaveri is goals to keep the festive looks comfortable yet snazzy.

What we loved: The dramatic eye makeup

Recreate it with: BeYu Eye Liner White for accentuating the lower lash line and L’oreal Silver liner stick for the lower eyelashes. Round up the look with a black winged liner along the upper lash line and soft eye shadow shade that complements your ensemble.

Look 5

This extravagant ruffled-up piece by Gauri and Nainika is definitely setting new fashion benchmarks we’ll see replicated all through the fall.

What we loved: The crimson lips

Recreate it with: Bold Crimson matte lipstick by Maybelline.

Look 6

This Rajdeep Ranawat piece is ethnic elegance personified. The clean lines, soft colours and dramatic patterns work well together to deliver a captivating piece that works just as well as a Diwali dress as it’d as part of a wedding ensemble.

What we loved: The minimalistic look

Recreate it with: Taupe Eyeliner by Palladio and Mystic Nudes eyeshadow for the eyes, Colorbar MATTILLUSION Fallen Leaves blush for the cheeks and Nude Rose lip gloss by Note.

From ethnic to Western, from fusion to bold and nude, there is something for every fashion and makeup taste here. Mix it up to keep your festive and winter looks stylish and versatile.

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