So the good news is we have 3 more makeup assignments. The bad news is, me and my lovely acne started seducing the camera.
Was about to say smtg when it got clicked!!
Thats not a tikka on my head, its an earring!! 😛
Smoky eyes is a classic look, very easy to achieve if you know how to blend.
Is that my sister’s bra?
Modification added is, i lined the whole lid top and bottom with MAC CARBON
Not advisable if you are not too adventurous. And not many can carry it off. In fact, i thought i looked like a witch.
Last attempt in seducing the camera, after that i went to sleep. Too tired!
THIS IS OUR BRIDE!!! Next sunday is her engagement.. And who are the makeup artist 😉 Sabreena and Shirin ji
During Melanie’s Class, these were the expressions we threathened her with, if she were to fail our podcasts which was shortly broadcasted after this pic was taken.
For those intrested in the look, its called SMOKY EYE LOOK. So i add a few modifications to it. I used MAC CLUB and MAC CARBON. MAC fluidline, MAC KOHOL LINER.
Well, i think i rather make this entry useful for those who wish to learn things. Especially for guys. I mean what do they undestand? So, i will write about my short experience with the discovery of tikka
Tikka is the ornament indian women wear in the centre parting of her hair, like my 2nd picture. I was at work and spoke to an Australian eldery man. Who told me if i know why indian women wore tikka.
I shook my head. And asked him to tell me. He told me, that indians believed in evil eyes. Which means, if something or someone is beautiful and another person looks at it with envy, that beautiful person might fall sick or die.
So according to him, indians wore ornaments to distract people from the beautiful face. I was so surprised to hear that from him.
And he also gave an explanation for Bindi. Bindi is the dot indian women wear on their forehead. Indians believe in the third eye which Lord Shiva the destroyer has. The Bindi represents the Third eye.
There is also a funny explanation why the Japanese spared the indians during the japanese occupation in Singapore. The bindi or the red dot indians wore on their foreheads imitated their Flag, the rising red sun. Therefore, indians were spared.
Back to the eldery man. He even taught me about Feng shui. I like the eldery people from there. I managed to mingle with many 60 year old who travelled around the world. I couldnt see my own grandparents. Whenever i spoke to them i felt a sort of affection. Eldery people are walking books of knowledge. Treasure them!