Archive | November 2012

Glam Goth Makeup – Red & Black

 

 

 

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Body Painting – Round 1

A few photos of some body art I tried out, just for fun. The dragon was a tattoo that I painted over and expanded, the rest was just me doodling with some facepaints!

Peter stayed amazingly still for the duration, though he was lying by the fire with a beer in hand, getting a paintbrush back massage.. I would have been pretty happy with that myself!

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Katy Perry E.T. Makeup

Tried this look out a couple of months back, always thought it looked amazing in the video.

All you need for the look are a few shades of brown eyeshadow and eyeliners and a white eye pencil. (I used prit-stick to stick down my brows, so that would also be handy if you have some lying around.)

A steady hand is needed for this one as the lines going down the nose were difficult to keep straight.

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Ice Queen Look

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Colorful Club Make-up. Pink & Blue .

If you like your makeup dramatic and fun then try this out!

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You will need:

  • Eye shadows in: Hot Pink, Purple and Aquamarine.
  • White, pink and blue iridescent powder (optional)
  • Blue and Black eyeliner
  • White eyeshadow base or primer
  • Fake lashes
  • Mascara
  • A nude lip colour

1. Apply your primer or base all over the lid underneath the eye.

2. Apply the white iridescent powder all over the brow bone.

3. Apply pink shadow to the lid, going slightly above your natural crease

4. Using a small detail brush, apply the purple shadow above the pink

5. Apply aqua shadow to the bottom lid use as much or as little as you like. Go over this with blue liner to make it stand out.

6. Apply pink powder over the pink shadow and blue powder over the aqua to make your eyes sparkle and shine.

7. Apply black liner to your waterline and create a dramatic wing that joins the blue and pink together.

8. Apply fake lashes and mascara and your nude lipstick.

Aaaaaaaaand you’re done!

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