Because rules are for commoners.
1. Use A White Illuminating Eyeshadow On Your Cupid's Bow
Out of highlighter or don't want to spend big bucks on it? Get that enviable Priyanka Chopra-esque pout by dabbing a white, pearl finish, illuminating eyeshadow on your cupid's bow. This colour is easy to get your hands on and is part of most palettes.
2. Use A Bronzer Under Your Collarbones
Want to rock the chiselled look like Deepika Padukone? Pop a little bronzer under your collarbones to make them look as sharp as glass.
3. Use A Concealer In Your Tear Duct
Want your eyes to look as bright as Alia Bhatt's, without layering on that pesky shimmer eyeshadow? Just take a light toned concealer and place near your tear duct and you're good to go!
4. Your Concealer Can Double Up As A Contouring Product
If you want beautiful cheekbones like Shraddha Kapoor, all you need to do is take a dark concealer and dab it in the hollows of your cheeks and blend till there are no harsh lines. Thank us later.
5. Your A Dark Foundation On Your Cleavage
Ditch that uncomfortable push up bra! Take it a step further, like Bipasha Basu, without the extra effort. Apply a darker foundation on your clevage and get ready for some instant va-va voom!
6. Use Powder On Your Lashes
Want long, feathery lashes but can't get yourself to use false eyelashes? Fret not. Dust a tiny bit of powder on your lashes between coats of mascara and watch them become dense and beautiful.
7. Use A Shadow As Your Liner
If you want a sexy day time appropriate smokey eye, swap your harsh black eyeliner for a deep brown eyeshadow and apply it like you would your liner.
8. Use Your Blush On Your Eyes
If you're in a pinch, take your favourite peach blush and apply it all over your lid (with a light hand) and get that beautiful healthy glow.
9. Use Vaseline And Eye Shadow As A Lip Gloss
Ran out of your favourite lip gloss colour? Take a pea sized amount of Vaseline and mix it with your preferred eye shadow colour and pop it on those lips. Easy peasy.
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