Go Glam With Shraddha Kapoor!

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She’s downright gorgeous and can easily be counted as one of the most beautiful actors in the Hindi Film Industry. So what makes her so stunning? Well for one, she is a natural beauty but other than that she’s cracked the makeup and skincare code. We dug a bit deeper and sniffed around Shraddha’s instagram and guess what, we discovered some super tips on beauty and hair. Read on…
‘Skin’tillating: Shraddha insists that the best makeup is actually flawless skin. But then again, skin types vary. For instance, Shraddha says, “I have very moody skin. Every day I wash my face on average twice and moisturise it as per the weather conditions.” She also adds that the best thing for your face is to keep your hands off it. Of course, a proper cleanser and moisturizer help the skin look super stunning.

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Hide Flaws: Shraddha believes her concealer is ‘the’ makeup product that helps you the most and her makeup box always has her fave concealer. According to her, concealer is the best bet to keep the makeup look flawless. She insists, “I love when the skin looks flawless, especially when it doesn’t come with added heaviness and the feeling of being made-up.” 
Bright Lippy: Bright lipsticks add a sparkle to the look. So go bold and bright and look beautiful. If you wear bright red, pink or orange lipstick, it instantly makes you dazzle. Shraddha believes bright lipstick adds a sparkle to the face with minimal effort. Balance the other features with a more basic nude look.

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Foundation: Shraddha loves nude and natural tones. She says, “I love using natural shades.”
Contoured: No heavy contours for the delicate featured Shraddha. She opts for a bronzer or a highlighter and a slight blush on the cheeks. According to her, “Contouring is really over-hyped. I mean you can simply adore your face cuts without changing your nose or cheekbones according to the beauty standards set by no individual but the industry at large.” 
Eyes On You: Shraddha loves to use kohl on her upper and lower lash lines as it adds a dramatic element.

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