Parineeti Chopra is proof that you look your best when you're having fun! Need some proof? Just scroll through her Instagram and you'll see an abundance of pictures (#nailfie's and all) that you will definitely want to bookmark. The actor is currently gearing up for the release of her latest film The Girl On The Train which your laptop screens on the 26th of February and after looking at her sneak peek, we're totally swooning!
Want to copy Parineeti's take on the classic black smokey eye? Here's a quick and easy step-by-step guide:
Use a creamy eye pencil to line your upper lash line and smudge it using a blending brush or your finger.
Then, use a matte black eyeshadow and pat it on your lids, making sure that the darkest portion is right next to your lashline.
Coat your lashes with mascara and you're set!
If you love wearing your mane down but want to keep your hair off your face, just try this hairstyle. Before you twist your hair and pin it, make sure you use a smoothening cream to keep flyaways at bay. This will prevent it from looking shabby!
Red lipstick is timeless and Parineeti's red lip moment here deserves a mention because of how perfectly it ties the whole look together. Natural brows with a subtle cat-eye go perfectly well with her powerful red pout. To make your red lipstick last longer, first, line your lips with a linerand then fill them in with lipstick. To prevent the lipstick from bleeding, put tissue paper on your lips and then pat on some translucent powder. Apply a second coat and that's it- your lipstick won't budge.
The neon trend is just about everywhere. From hair to eyeliner, celebrities have wholeheartedly embraced it, and to be honest, it does add some colour to our otherwise gloomy days. Parineeti's neon moon manicure is definitely DIY-friendly and one you should totally screenshot.
This hairstyle is probably one of the easiest ones to recreate by yourself at home, no matter how poor your hairstyling skills are. If you have fine hair, grab a texturising spray before you use a curling rod. Pick random sections of your hair and curl them towards and away from your face. Once you're done, spritz some hair spray (preferably one that gives your mane a shine as well).
Which beauty idea are you stealing from this roundup?
Featured image: Parineeti Chopra