Get Ready With Me: Onam-Traditional Kerala Makeup And Hair tutorial inspired by Nayanthara and Kavya Madhavan. Makeup for saree. Here is a super simple and quick full face makeup and hair for all my malayalee girls and ladies inspired by our south indian beauties like Asin, Nayanthara and Kavya Madhavan. The look is sp simple that even makeup beginners can recreate this beautiful south Indian makeup look.The hair tutorial uses mullapoo or jasmin flowers worn like beautiful malayalee girls.

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Products used:

NYX Dark Circle Concealer : DCC04 Deep:
The Body Shop All In One Face Base, Shade 065:
NYX Auto Eyebrow Pencil 05 Dark Brown:
Gold eyeshadow: Lakme 9 to 5 Eye Color Quartet Eye Shadow, Tanjore Rush:
Faces Magnet Eyes Kajal:
Eyeshadows used: Anastacia beverly hills world couture palette.
similar shadows I've used:
Mascara: Soap & glory , similar:Colorbar Zoom and Whoosh mascara,
Blush: hourglass ambient lighting blush, similar: Colorbar Touch and Blushe, Tint of Pink,
Lips: Miss Claire Soft Matte Lip Cream - 12: + NYX Butter Lipstick 1 Color#HUNK:
Kerala saree:

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40 thoughts on “Onam Get Ready With Me -Traditional Kerala Makeup & Hair inspired by Nayanthara, Kavya Madhavan,Asin

  1. Snehal Dalvi says:

    Omg 😯 who is this ? I don’t know u .. Are u seriously “ Mr. Jovita “ ? 😃 u look so beautiful 😍 “ Miss Kerala “ 💃🏻 No doubt u were the winner ! Ur makeup is as simple as u Kerala people r 😊 my parents had trip to ur state and just loved the nature, food, sarees , hospitality… everything ! Thanks for being so nice with ur tourists. I wish I could attend Onam once in my life .. heard a lot about it !

  2. Bill James says:

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