B-Town Diva’s Eye Makeup Look For Festivals


The festival of lights and endless music, Dandiya, is just round the corner. As people gear up to celebrate Navratri in full swing, we can’t help but wonder what our favorite Bollywood celebrities have in store for us. While some people start planning their looks months in advance, others hurriedly scramble through social media to gather some #makeup inspiration. 

So, we bring to you the best celebrity eye make-up to enhance your Navratri look. Read on to know more about the forms of minimalist as well as maximalist eye make-up you can achieve through easy re-creation.  


Deepika Padukone’s Acing Brown Smokey Eyes 

Deepika's brown smoky eyes

Brown smokey eyes are a gorgeous way to amplify any makeup look if you wish to keep it subtle yet structured. While black smokey eyes can be overwhelming for many, brown smokey eyes add just the correct depth of dimension and intensity. Take a cue from the gorgeous actress Deepika Padukone, who rocked this look for promotional events. A dewy base along with some soft contour and a nude lip makes for the perfect understated glam combo. Take a cue from the book of the actress and ace it for the next dandiya night celebrations.


Rakul Preet’s Irresistible Kohl Rimmed Eye Makeup Look

Rakul Kohl Rimmed eye makeup

A kohl-rimmed eye is one of the simplest yet best techniques to try out on a Navratri night. Apply your favorite waterproof kajal on the waterline and smoke it out well with a flat brush. Set it with a black eyeshadow to keep it from budging. Apply a coat of waterproof mascara to keep you going all through the dandiya night. This will prevent the kajal from transferring or getting mixed with your eyeshadow. Take a cue from gorgeous Rakul Preet Singh and complete the look with a bindi of your choice.

Smokey Black Eye Look by Classic Kareena

Kareena's Smoky black eye-makeup

A classic black smokey eye is something that can never go wrong on a Navratri night. Stand out in the crowd by opting for this gorgeous option. This can even be done by beginners in makeup. Prep your eyelids with some concealer and powder. Draw short strokes with the help of your favorite kajal all over the eyelid and blend everything out with a brush. If you are not so sure about handling a brush, then go for your fingers instead. Finish it off with a matte black eyeshadow to set everything in place. Add a bit of brown on the crease for some extra drama. Take a cue from the queen Kareena Kapoor to take some inspiration. 


Sara’s Eye Makeup Look with Color Mashup  

Sara's color mashup eye makeup

Adding a dash of color on the eyelid is a great option to get creative in this festive season. It makes one stand out in the crowd, even if there are large flashlights. Take a cue from the ever-jolly Sara Ali Khan, who kept it simple yet stunning. A nude makeup base is extremely necessary to avoid the clashing of too many colors. To go the extra mile, one can even experiment with the trending graphic eyeliner to finish off the look.


Aishwarya’s Appealing Colored Lashline

Aishwarya's colored lashline

A colorful lower lash line is a sure shot way to grab some eyeballs in this Navratri season. It is a great way to amplify any basic look while keeping the base makeup intact. If you are someone who is not sure about diving head into the trend, then opt for a subtle pop of color on the lower lash line. From nudes and browns to a light shade of red, customize the eyeshadow according to the color of your lehenga to complete the entire look. Take a cue from the epitome of elegance, Aishwarya Rai, who rocked the subtle hint of color on the lower lashline.



In conclusion, Garba night is one of the most colorful events during Navratri where one expresses their creativity through makeup, hairstyle, and garment inspirations. From a full-blown glam makeup look to the more subdued yet striking option; one can experiment with a wide variety of products to create the perfect Navratri look. Book a salon slot from Zoylee today and get ready without any hassle of waiting in long queues.