Monday, 19 January 2009

Revistas, Maquiagem e Dicas

Para voce que gosta de pesquisar sobre a cultura Paquistanesa e Asiatica aqui vao algumas dicas:

Revistas interessantes:
Asian Lifestyle
Kohl Niche
Asiana Bride

Todas voces podem encotrar nos Estados Unidos, Inglaterra, Paquistao, India e Dubai. E algumas delas tambem entregam em outros paises Muitas delas contem fotos de famosos, make up, moda, dicas sobre casamentos, dicas e explicacoes sobre doencas e saude (achei muito boa essa parte), fala da cultura em geral: o porque de querer ser branca? Carreira apos casamento. etc

Ja em sites temos:

Voce pode assistir o canal Geo tv ao vivo:

Para ouvir radios do mundo inteiro, inclusive Paquistao:

Make Up
Skin & Eyebrows

The first thing to get right is your skin and eyebrows…I would recommend a series of facials in the run up to your wedding (that is if you don't already have regular facials) Start a few months before the wedding as it is common for your skin to break out and get worse before it gets better after a facial if you haven't had one for a long time. (Something to do with getting all the impurities out) Treat yourself to one a month for four months before the big day…your last one should be at least a few days before your wedding, to give your skin time to settle down. Eyebrows should be kept in shape regularly and shaped the day before the d-day if possible. On the morning of your wedding, make sure your skin is well moisturised about ten minutes before applying your make-up. I always recommend that you have your hair done after your Make-up. The next stage is to have your foundation applies. Remember that for the photographs you must take extra care when using light reflective foundation and concealer.

A lot of brides pile on layers of foundation underneath the eye, in the misunderstanding that it is a concealer, when actually, it's job is to "put light" in to dark areas…Don't do it! You may look good to the naked eye, but it will show up too white in your photos and you could look like you have puffy eye bags!

I'm not saying to steer clear of subtle light reflecting foundations; in fact they are great for giving the appearance of dewy, youthful skin. Steer very clear of shimmery bronzers and blushers though…If you want to use a bronzer, use a matt one and use it very subtly, softly over your cheeks, bridge of your nose, top on your forehead, where you would naturally catch the sun…bear in mind that your neck should not be too different in colour to your face. (Don't be tempted to try putting bronzer all over your neck…you'll just end up staining your lengha!)


For your eyes, you can't go wrong with matt makeup with slight shimmering shadows. I usually use a combination of colours to compliment the Brides outfit. A soft black eyeliner, (No browns) use black mascara for your wedding day, even if you're very fair and usually go for brown - it'll show up better in your photographs, smudged close to the base of you lashes on your upper lid will make your eyelashes appear thicker and, in conjunction with a little grey or dark brown eye-shadow applied with a thin brush at the base of your lower lashes, will subtly define your eyes perfectly for the photos. I use black WATERPROOF mascara on just about every bride that comes to me, and make sure I curl the lashes before applying it. On some occasions I even consider using false eyelashes as this gives more definition over the eyes and looks quite stunning in photographs.


For the bride's lips, I like to use a colour that will not clash with the bride's eyes and dress and of course her Bouquet…Bearing in mind you have already primed your lips when you applied your foundation and powder by putting a suitable balm or moisturiser on them after you have done your base. By the time you are ready for lipstick to be applied, your lips will be in perfect condition…-Always leave this to the very last. I use a "Nude" lip pencil over the entire lip before applying the lip colour as it gives extra staying power, apply lip-colour then blot with a tissue and reapply lipstick with a touch of gloss or a more shimmering colour to enhance the shadow of your bottom lip and a slight touch over the top lip.

Maquiagem Paquistanesa:

Kajal- Usado para delinear os olhos- cor preta. Preco medio: 30 rupias

An oriental herbal preparation incorporating the finest materials and medicinal herbs, presented in the form of black paste in tubes, can be safely used for all ages. Besides keeping the eyes cool and refreshing, it also protects them. A natural herbal eyeliner which gives sparkle to the eyes and makes them look more attractive. Under normal conditions this unique formulation is smudge free and water proof.

A fine blend of herbs and other precious ingredients processed in the form of Black ultra fine powder, equally good for all ages, a natural nourishment for the eyes, which gives dull and tired eyes cool and refreshing feeling and gives that sparkling eyeliner look. Regular use keeps the eyes clean and healthy.(meu favorito =) otimo traco e fixacao, faz bem para os olhos e dizem que num eh necessario ser retirado, inclusive usam em criancas, bebes mesmo).


Gab's said...

vc deve estar adorando né?
desse mal eu não morro... acho que por isso não ia saber morar no oriente médio, na hora do casamento eu não ia deixar ser pintada rss
um luxo!

Iseedeadpeople said...

Carol, na India eu comprei um Kajal por 40 rupias (quase 2 reais) da Lâncome, hahahahaha, e fui toda feliz p casa! Depois é que eu vi minha burrice: não era Lâncome, era Lâkme!!!
Tem essa marca aí?

Até as letras são iguais da Lâncome, olha que puta sacanagem! Mas mesmo assim, foi uma pechicha ;)

Mel said...
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Carol said...

uahuahua me acabei comprando maquiagens da Maybelinne recmendadas pela Ci =)
ameii principalmente a colecao mousse e o preco foi excelente


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