These Are The Most Magical Durga Eye Makeup Looks To Recreate

Durga Maa Eye Makeup

Durga Puja, also referred to as Durgotsava or Sharodotsava, is an annual festival that pays homage to the Hindu Goddess Durga. It’s predominantly celebrated in the states of West Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand, Odisha, Tripura, and Assam, and is set to be observed between October 1 and October 5 this year. The arrival of this period of the year means one thing. Glamming up the eyes. Because there’s so much you can do to pep up your peppers for the festival. Ahead — 10 of the prettiest durga maa eye makeup looks  for you to recreate along with high-quality product recommendations — and because there are so many aesthetics to choose from, you won’t run out of options. And since this line-up is a mix of minimalism and drama, you can vary your look every day. Go on. Check ‘em all out.  


The Best Durga Eye Makeup Looks


If you want to go all out, take cues from the first four looks; and if you want to keep it a little simple, the rest of the durga eye makeup looks are yours to recreate. 


  1. Catty Cat-Crease


Catty Cat- Crease | Maa Durga Eye Makeup

Fill in any gaps in your brows with an eyebrow-pencil, and use a concealer around the brows to define, highlight, and shape them. You can set the base of the makeup with a primer for longevity. To create this cut-crease look, dust a light shade of red just above the crease of the eyelid. Blend a shade of pink in before making a cut-crease with concealer. Use an orange to colour the brow-bone a little before dusting a glitter-studded orange all over the lids right under the cut-crease. You can press some loose silver-coloured powder in the centre of the lid to further glamourise the look. Use a jet-black eyeliner to draw the wings, and attach falsies to your lashes with lash-glue before thickening them with mascara. Define the ‘v’ of the inner-corners with some eyeliner too. 


Use: Manish Malhotra Beauty By MyGlamm 9 In 1 Eyeshadow Palette — Soiree

This palette features high-glam, ultra-pigmented colours – amongst which is sandwiched a glitter-studded shades of orange that will complement this look beautifully. It’s buildable, blendable, and so glittery!


  1. Bold In Black


Bold in Black | Durga Eye Makeup

This look is bold, and thrives on two colours: black and white. You can begin by setting the base with a shade of golden or bronze on the lids. The play of white is meant to brighten the eyes, and make them look bold. All you have to do is use a white eye-pencil to define about half of your waterline with the colour before framing it with black. Draw a long, sharp wing extending up to the brows, and define the ‘v’ of your inner-corners with the too. Frame the white with a streak of black, and make sure to attach it to the wing from the bottom. Define your lashes with mascara, and you’re done. 


Use: MyGlamm Manish Malhotra Beauty Glitter Eyeliner — Black Moon 

This eyeliner-pencil will bring you the moon — not even the stars. Highly-pigmented and transfer-proof, it boasts a metallic finish, and will not budge from the eyes for 12 hours straight. What are you waiting for? Get it now!

  1. Rip-Roaring Red


Rip-Roaring Red | Durga Mata Eye Makeup

Colour the area above the crease of your lid a shade of red before dousing your lids in golden. Move to the upper-lid to create a razor-thin flick. Notice how she has extended a streak of white from the crease to the wing. Do exactly the same. Move to the lower-lid. Run a shade of white on the waterline to open up the eyes, and frame it with jet-black kohl and red eyeshadow. Attach this to the wing as well, and tease the outside of the wing with white kohl. Bring in the falsies before placing a bindi on the forehead. Use a fine, thin brush to create dots all around with white eyeliner. 


Use: MyGlamm LIT Matte Eyeliner Pencil — Mood 

This off-white eyeliner is bright enough to widen your eyes instantly. Formulated with vegetable wax to improve precision, it is composed of skin-loving ingredients that ensure a flake-free, crease-free experience. 


  1. Double-Wing Decadence

 Double-Wing Decadence | Durga Puja Eye Makeup Look

Wear blue contact-lenses to capture this look better. Prime the lids, and use a golden or bronze shade to set the base. Border the eyes with a thick stroke of kohl — when you’ve reached the lower-lid, extend it into two wings. Use your falsies to further dramatise the look, and you’re done. 


Use: MyGlamm LIT Brow Definer Pencil - Shook

Use this brown eye-pencil to create the most natural-looking, defined brows ever. This one comes equipped with a built-in spoolie to brush the brows with. Versatility is a strong suit. 


  1. Copper Candy


 Copper Candy | Durga Eye Makeup

If you’re more of a minimalist, you might like recreating this look. Define your brows with an eyebrow-pencil, and neaten them up with some concealer. Use the same concealer on the lids, and blend it all in to eliminate the appearance of blemishes and pigmentation. Use a light shade of orange to colour the area above the crease. Take a darker shade of orange, and blend it into your crease to create a contrast between the two shades. Move on to the outer-corners of the eye, and tease the area with red before using a shimmer-studded copper on the centre of the lids. You can use some loose powder-based copper-hued glitter to further dramatise the look. All that’s left to do is create a wing on either side. Such a pretty durga mata eye makeup look.


Use: MyGlamm LIT Glossy Liquid Eyeliner — Black Party

This is a midnight jet-black crafted for all-event-approved eyes. It’s bold, dramatic, and ultra-pigmented. If you’re looking for something that glimmers, this one is it for you.

  1. Maestro In Minimalism


Maestro in  Minimalism | Durga Maa Eye Makeup

This one is another lesson in minimalism. It doesn’t require much time or effort, and can be recreated within minutes. You can use a light, pastel-like shade of pink on the lids, and draw cat-eye flicks on both sides before using an eyelash-curler to voluminise and plump the lashes temporarily. Once you’ve done that, go in with a volume-inducing mascara to further highlight the lashes as they headline the look effortlessly. Since this is more about capturing the dewiness, you’re going to want to highlight the brow-bone, inner-corners of the eye, and the area right above the brows as demonstrated in the picture.


Use: MyGlamm Manish Malhotra Beauty 9 In 1 Eyeshadow Palette — Enchanté

This palette will leave you enchanted. Literally. It features the prettiest shades of pink — from a matte-textured one to a glitter-packed one, they boast the creamiest, most blendable texture ever. 


  1. Lash Love


Lash Love | Durga Eye Makeup

Use a skin-toned eyeshadow on the lids. You can go in for a beige or brown depending on your skin-tone. The show-stopper of this look is the lashes. Notice how voluptuous they are. You’re going to need a mascara that curls and volumises at the same time. Try holding the wand vertically, and applying the formula on every individual lash to avoid clumping. Before you conclude, don’t forget to brighten the eyes by using a white eye-pencil on the lower waterline. Don’t go overboard though. Just tease the waterline with the colour to play into the illusion of bigger, wider eyes. 


Use: MyGlamm Twist It Up Mascara — Black

This mascara might look standard on first glimpse — but it has so much to offer to the lashes. Endowed with the ability to curl and voluminise. And thanks to its adjustable brush, it can fit every eye-shape ever. Oh — and it’s also PETA-certified as cruelty-free. Just sayin’. 


  1. Violet Rush


Violet Rush | Durga Mata Eye Makeup

This one’s the most straightforward of the lot. Accentuate the shape of the brows with an eyebrow-pencil. Draw fine hair-like strokes on the brows instead of filling them in unnaturally, and tame the hair with an eyebrow-gel. Apply some metallic violet-hued eyeshadow on the lids, and define your lashes with an eyelash-curler and mascara. That’s literally it. 


Use: Manish Malhotra Beauty By MyGlamm 9 In 1 Eyeshadow Palette — Reverie

A corsage of glitter-packed and matte-textured shades, this palette by Manish Malhotra features high-impact, ultra-pigmented colours boasting the finest of textures. One swipe, and you’re sporting the prettiest shade on the lids. Get it ASAP!


  1. Beige Bonanza 


Beige Bonanza | Durga Eye Makeup

Set the base with a light, beige-ish eyeshadow, and draw two cat-eye flicks on the lids. Add a maang-tikka to the equation if you feel like the look needs a little oomph. 


Use: POPxo Makeup Eyeshadow Kit — Hot Mess

This Vitamin E-enriched kit features a skin-coloured, beige shade that’s just like the one employed in this look. It blends into the lid seamlessly without any fall-out, and endows your eyes with the most natural-looking colour. And — it’s vegan and cruelty-free. 


  1. No Makeup Makeup 


No Makeup | Durga Maa Eye Makeup

If you’re not a makeup person at all, we’ve still got you. This look requires no eyeshadow. eyebrow-pencil, or mascara. All you have to do is define the upper-lid with black kohl, and extend it into the tiniest wing. Tightline the waterline, and you’re good to go!


Use: MyGlamm Jet Set Eyes Kajal Eyeliner — Noir

This intensely-pigmented kajal-cum-eyeliner boasts the creamiest texture, and glides onto the lids smoothly to deliver a semi-matte-finish. It’s budge-proof, smudge-resistant, and long-lasting.


Which durga puja eye makeup look did you like best?



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