You hear all these stereotypes about girls that wear “too” much makeup, but is there really such a thing as “too” much? Make up is a girl’s best friend which makes her feel secure. Girls aren’t doing it to look good for someone else all the time, make up is an art and it makes them feel good about themselves. You hear people saying “you are beautiful without makeup” but then, when you fail to put it on, they ask if you are okay or sick. Does that make sense?
Whatever may come or go make up won’t ever leave your side. So Wake up and Make up!
Lime crime an essential brand in every girl’s vanity is out and about unicorns and colours with its new spring –summer collection. Make up for Unicorns as they say it, they warrant every girl to drift in her own fairyland where everything is a beautiful bliss.
With a mission to revolutionize makeup industry the brand will change the way you feel about yourself and transform you into a diva. They are a leading brand to set trends globally that take the internet by storm. It has become a cult favorite in the digital space. Their world wide mantra is ,’Give a girl the right lipstick and she can conquer the world.” and we couldn’t agree more!
We were super stoked to collaborate with them to curate some mirror cracking content for Holi, a festival of colors!
This was the first time where we created our own set up, choosing the perfect shade by the mood. We created three looks while playing with their ‘Velventine’ perfectly matte shades.
Glowing skin is always in ,for adding the glam we used Hi Lite palette as well.
Here are 3 looks that you would kill for:
Crime just got better! Always open to experiment art my love for parametric triangles feels so liberating! Being an architect I am happy I can bring my inspiration into fashion. I achieved this lip art by smudging three shades of Velventine in red, faded and orange and drawing parametric triangles over the lip. Since the lip art is bold. To balance the bold lips we opted for light pink eye shadow blending with the skin and a pink blush to sculpt softer tones of face. Keeping the eyes bare minimum we let the lips do all the talking.
In the timeless land of enchantment the magic of creativity is reborn. Who wouldn’t love to color their hair blue when given an option? I did the same, I played quite a lot with teal color palette from ‘velventine’ matte. Shimmer brows anyone? Well its a soaring trend on runaways and we couldn’t stop from trying this out! Turns out the look is absolutely dramatic and gorgeous! Paint your brows and lips with a same hue. Border your brows with silver hi-lit pallete . Sticking to the theme throw in some green eye shadow. I ended up looking almost like a character from Enchanetd Valley, and I couldn’t be happier!
The trending brand offers you a wide variety of colors in the velventine lipstick range. A perfect pout is all what a girl wants and with red lipstick you can never go wrong as it is bound to light up every woman’s face. Since springs are in full swings we don’t mind going flirty with citrus and lemon eyes where red pout does all the talking
Lime crime’s offers a Liquid matte range of lipsticks which are extremely matte anti shine or non glossy. Name a color and they have it in their wide collection. Their matte shades are eternal. Highly pigmented they glide over lips like a feather. It is suggested that you try all the shades no matter what your mood is. If you are only looking for basic shades the best ones are riot and cashmere.
Why would Limecrime velventine be perfect for your vanity?
- Instantly turns dry matte after application.
- Intense colours enriched with deep pigments
- Easy and smooth to apply
- 24 hours long lasting colour.
You eat, you drink but the lipstick won’t smudge.
With so many color options it’s time to experiment and try something you never have. So be bold, creative and don’t forget to have fun!
An Arch Attire Production
Makeup: Lime Crime | Makeup Artist: Swati Sharma
Concept: Swati Sharma | Photography: Adwait Singh | Shoot Assistant: Sairaj Parab
Writer: Anushka Puri | Editor: Nidhi Pillai