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Aishwarya's Go-To Makeup Look.

Throughout her whirlwind European tour promoting Pink Panther 2, Aishwarya has stuck to her signature makeup while changing up her hair. At the Berlin Film Festival, she had a subtle highlighter on her brow bones, and a shimmery peach-pink shadow on her entire lid past her crease, from lash line to brow bone. She had a shimmery grey shadow on her lids from lash line to just before the crease. As the focal point of her signature look was her lovely eyes, she lined her upper lash line with thick black liquid liner which was winged up slightly at the outer corners. The key for this eyeliner look is to gradually increase the thickness of the line as you move outward from the inner corner to outer corner of the eye. If you're new liquid liner, you may want to practice a bit first with a pencil as liquid is more stubborn to remove. She kept her lower lash line simple by lining the waterline with black kohl, and applying the shimmery peach-pink shadow she used on her lids into her lower lashline with an angled brush. For further subtle emphasis, she applied a taupe pencil along her lower lashline, blending into the winged black liner. Mascara was applied with a heavy hand to her upper lashes, and lightly to her lower lashes. She completed her signature look with glossy peach lips and a dusting of blush on the apples of her cheeks, swept outward along her cheek bones.Photo Credit: Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images Europe. Photo Credit: Sean Gallup/Getty Images Europe.

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