10 Easy Diwali Eye Makeup Looks to Slay the Festival

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So, Diwali is a few days away, and I’m sure you are ready to flaunt your gorgeous ethnics. Each one is us wants to look gorgeous this festive season.

But to look appealing and elegant at the same time, your makeup look should be top-notch as well. And not to mention, a great outfit and makeup is the only way to master the Diwali look.

While choosing a lipstick or a pretty blush is quite easy, eyes are what catches the attention. Eye makeup can be tough for most of us, and not everyone is a born makeup artist. Trust me; it takes years of practice and dedication to rock your makeup.

So, to make things easier I’m here today with simple and easy Diwali eye makeup looks to help you look stunning and slay the celebrations.

Glitter Wink

Diwali Eye Makeup Looks
Glittery Eyes | Diwali Eye Makeup Looks

There’s no such thing as too much glitter! Apply some orangy brown eyeshadow on your upper eyelid and crease area, next make a V using black eyeshadow. Now apply some concealer on your eyelids and make a shape similar to your eyes. Top the concealer with a base shade on your pallet. Now apply a glitter shadow to your eyes. Using a gel eyeliner.

Outline your eyes with black gel eyeliner and then make a wink. Use fake lashes and mascara to end your look.

Smokey Eyes – One of the easiest Diwali Eye Makeup Looks

Diwali Eye Makeup Looks

smokey eyes for diwali
Smokey Eyes | Diwali Eye Makeup Looks

Apply a base shade on your eyelids. Next, apply a shade darker to your base shade. Make an outer V using black eyeshadow. Blending is the key to smokey eyes. Keep blending it halfway till you get satisfied results. Using a brush apply black eyeshadow in the lower lash. Apply light golden shimmer in the lower lash line. Now use mascara to finish the look.

Plum Smokey Eyes for an Ethnic Diwali Look

Diwali Eye Makeup Looks
Plum Eyes

Use a base color all over your eyelids. Next, apply a beautiful plum/pinkish shade on your crease area and blend well. Apply some light eyeshadow in the middle of your upper eyelid. Using a gel eyeliner outline your eyelids and make a wink.

Grey eyes

silver eyeshadow look

Apply base color all over your upper eyelids. Using a black eyeshadow make an outer V. Now use a grey eyeshadow in the center of your upper eyelid. Next, use a white or light eyeshadow in the inner corners of the eyes. Blend the eyeshadow on the crease area only. Outline your upper eyelid with a thin layer of gel eyeliner and finish it off with a generous amount of mascara.

Soft Eyes for a Light Makeup Look for Diwali

Diwali Eye Makeup Looks
Soft Eye Makeup Look | Diwali Eye Makeup Looks

Apply base color all over your upper eyelid. Now apply a dark brown shade on the crease and inner corner of the eyes and blend. Apply a bronzy shimmer shade in the center of the upper eyelid. (Don’t blend it) Apply brown shade on your lower lash line. Apply fake lashes and mascara and you’re done.

Greek Goddess

greek goddess eye makeup
Greek Goddess | Diwali Eye Makeup Looks

This is an effortless eyeshadow look, and I bet even a beginner can’t mess it up. Apply a light color eyeshadow all over your eyelid even on the brown bone are. Now use a brownish shade and apply till the crease area and blend. Now apply the same shade on your lower lash line. Apply fake lashes or just mascara to finish your simple Diwali look.

Barbie Eyes

Diwali Eye Makeup Looks
Barbie Girl | Diwali Eye Makeup Looks

Apply a light base shade all over your upper eyelid. Apply shimmer eyeshadow on the eyelids. Now apply pink eyeshadow on outer V and crease. Now using a pointed brush applies a wink. Blend the wink. Apply the same shimmer eyeshadow on your lower lash line. Next, apply a thin layer of black eyeshadow and blend. Finish the look with mascara.

Purple eyes – a sensual Diwali eye makeup look

purple eyes
Purple Eyes | Diwali Eye Makeup Looks

This is another simple eye look to match with your outfit color. Apply a light base color all over your upper eyelids even on your brow bone. Use a purple shade all over the upper eyelid just leaving some space near your brow bone. Make an outer V using a black eyeshadow and blend the color in. Using a gel eyeliner outline your eyelids and make a wink. Apply a generous coat of mascara, and you’re done!

Egyptian Eyes

Diwali Eye Makeup Looks
Egyptian Eyes | Diwali Eye Makeup Looks

Use a light base color and apply it to your brow bone. Use a light brown/coppery shade and apply it on your lid and crease. Apply golden shade on the lid and crease. Make the outer V using a Dark brown shade and blend it in (only on the V area) using a golden glitter and make a wink. On the lower lash line use a light brown shade and then glitter. Apply fake lashes and mascara.

Sunset eyes

sunset eyes
Sunset Eyes | Diwali Eye Makeup Looks

Use a light base color and apply till your brow bone. Use an orangish-brown shade on your crease and brow bone and blend it. Now use copper rose color on your crease and blend the color. Use the same shade on your lower lash. Using a gel eyeliner outline a thick layer on your lid and make a wink. Use a thin of black kohl on your waterline. Finish the look with mascara.

Phew! I hope you liked these eye makeup look tutorials to gear up for Diwali! You can rock any of these simple Diwali eye makeup looks to make your day and night even brighter!

4 thoughts on “10 Easy Diwali Eye Makeup Looks to Slay the Festival”

  1. Sonam Sahid Khan

    I REALLY LOVE THE PLUM SMOKY EYES MAKEUP WHICH WILL LOOK GOOD FOR BOTH DAY AND NIGHT MAKEUP. AND ITS SO EASY FOR BEGINNERS LIKE ME TO APPLY.

  2. Lisa @ Midwest Glam

    They’re all so pretty! Especially loving the smokey eye and plum smokey eye. Classic, but beautifully done.

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