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If you’re all about glitter and glitz, then a shimmery eye shadow is the perfect look for you. Pixabay

So if you want to have the perfect smokey eyes, follow some tips to recreate the look at home.

If you make a mistake, then you can grab the attention of many for all the negative reasons, reports femalefirst.co.uk.


Start with applying an eye primer to ensure your shadow won’t budge, especially needed if you have oily lids. Then apply a dark blue matter shade to your entire lid, sweeping over and building upon the colour depending on the shadow you use.


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Bring the colour underneath the eye too bringing definition to the whole eye. Then take a clean brush and start to buff around the edges of the shadow to give a soft smoke effect. Layer up again on the shadow if you need it.

Once you’re finished with that, apply one of the lighter shades near the tear duct to give a brightening effect, but don’t make it too obvious.

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Finish your eyes with plenty of black eyeliner along the waterline and lashings of mascara.

Then to your base, wipe away any eyeshadow that may have fallen onto your cheeks. Apply a primer to give the skin a flawless look. Use a concealer in spots that might need a little more coverage. Finally, finish by brushing through your eyebrows but if you’re not gifted in the bushy brow you may need to add some definition with an eyebrow palette. (Bollywood Country)


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Developed by the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology (IITM), Pune, a Decision Support System (DSS) that extends the ability of the existing air quality early warning system (AQEWS) to have decision-making capability for air quality management in Delhi-NCR was launched on Tuesday.

The website for the DSS (https://ews.tropmet.res.in/dss/) is designed to help the Commission for Air Quality Management for NCR and Adjoining Areas (CAQM) by delivering quantitative information about the contribution of emissions from Delhi and its 19 surrounding districts; the contribution of emissions from eight different sectors in Delhi; and the contribution from biomass-burning activities in the neighbouring states.

These information would assist in managing the air quality in a timely manner, a release from the Ministry of Earth Sciences said.

The need was stated by the CAQM, which was formed by the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, during a meeting held in January 2021.

Recently, the Commission reviewed the progress made by IITM and had in principle approved the current version of DSS for air quality management in the Delhi-NCR. The IITM has also developed a new website for DSS with the entire system made operational, the release said.

Union Minister of State for Earth Sciences, Jitendra Singh, while launching the website for AQEWS on the occasion of 'Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav' week organised by the Ministry of Earth Sciences, said, "DSS is a significant contribution to 'Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav' on behalf of MoES and IITM and suggestions are invited on this issue."

The website also has a feature whereby the users can create their own emission reduction scenarios (from 20 different districts, including Delhi) so as to examine the possible projected improvement in air quality in Delhi for the next five days.

"This information would explicitly highlight the most important emission sources responsible for the degradation of air quality in Delhi and suggest possible solutions to ameliorate the same. With a plethora of quantitative data, the AQEWS integrated with DSS could become a user-friendly tool for air-quality management in and around Delhi," the release said. (IANS/JB)

Keywords: Delhi, India, Pollution, IITM, Ministry of Earth Sciences