Tuesday, August 2, 2016

On 5:09 PM by Hira Tabassum in , , , ,
Mahira Khan's makeup artist reveals it all!

Makeup artist Omayr Khan uses these steps to get Mahira Khan red carpet ready:
1. Start by prepping your face. This is one of the most important steps. He like's to use the Benefit Porefessional Makeup Primer on her. Then apply the correct shade of foundation.
Follow these tips to select the correct foundation shade.
2. For a dewy skin, you want to skip using the powder. Since, Omayr was getting Mahira Khan ready for an award show and he wanted her makeup to stay put for a sufficiently long time, he had to use pressed powder on her T-zone. He used MAC's pressed powder.
Quick Tip: If you have an extremely oily skin, you may want to apply the pressed powder on your T-zone, instead of skipping it altogether.
3. Next chisel your face with a bronzer. Omayr used Bobby Brown's Bronzing Powder and made sure to use it in a shade that Mahira would naturally tan in. He followed with a pink blush to enhance your features. The NARS blush in Gaiety added a beautiful glow to her face.
Blush contouring is the newest take on traditional contouring.
4. For the 100 watt glow, he likes to use the Anastasia Beverly Hills Glow Kit on her. For a very dewy look, spray the makeup setting spray on your brush, dip it in your highlighter pot and apply it over your cheeks.
Professional Makeup Tip: For best highlighting results, apply a strobing powder first, then top it off with a highlighter. Amina's favourite is the Naked Shimmer Illuminator. You can also use Dior Nude Skin Glow. Luscious Fairy Dust is a good drugstore substitute. For more tips from makeup maestro Amina Raja, click here.
To get Mahira Khan's complete look from the LSA 2016, follow these tips:
5. Next apply a coral lip color. Omayr used the Tom Ford lipstick in First Time on Mahira.
6. For the eyes, use shades to brown, charcoal and brown to get a subtle smokey eye.

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