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THIS DIWALI SEASON, CELEBRITIES LIKE KARISMA KAPOOR AND ANUSHKA SHARMA WERE SPORTING SOFT GLAM MAKEUP

Published: October 31, 2022
Author: Fashion Value Chain

Even though everyone took part in the festivities, the Diwali ambiance this year was clearly loud and raucous, but the beauty selections were significantly more subdued, with soft glam makeup in the limelight. All celebrities now confidently choose soft glam makeup, as seen by the overwhelming majority of Bollywood divas. The silhouettes stayed glittering and drew all eyes, wearing the brightest hues or the darkest tones; to counterbalance this, stars opted for a subdued style like soft glam makeup. Take photos of your favourite celebrities wearing this delicate maquillage trend, from Anushka Sharma to Karisma Kapoor.

Anushka Sharma

The actor’s outfit had sparkling sequin accents and bold neon tones, although her makeup choices tended to be more understated. Sharma’s Diwali aesthetic is one classy look you can remember for all occasions, opting for a clean makeup look with rosy lips.

Kriti Sanon

Kriti Sanon, who exudes ethereal beauty and charm, decided on the colour motif of soft pink for her festival attire. The diva embodied the soft glam style with ease, pairing her monochrome makeup with a rosé lehenga ensemble. Use a neutral and pink colour scheme to mimic the simplistic style. Keep your brushstrokes light and add a touch of young enthusiasm to your appearance with lip gloss.

Karisma Kapoor

While Karisma Kapoor frequently enjoys flaunting her go-to big red lip, the star’s preferred cosmetic routine has frequently been more tidy and included nude palettes. Kapoor made a case for solid colours with her clothing selections while maintaining a polished and exquisite beauty appearance in a recent post where she shared the occasion’s wishes.

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