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Thursday, October 11, 2012

Gold, Champagne and Black Eye makeup Tutorial

This look was created using Morgana Cryptoria eyeshadows and lipstick. I wore this look out to dinner with the girls and had a good time as always. :-)
I've been doing some chemical peels so please don't mind my flaky/peely skin.

 


 
 
 
 
 


 Me and Ryleh

 We're such cuties! ;-)

Tiffany and Rhiannon (she looks so silly!)

Click below for the tutorial!



 Start by applying your favourite eye primer. I used Coastal Scents Shadow Worx Eye Primer. Then apply a very sticky base (Sobe's Stick It!, Fyrinnae's Pixie Epoxy or Darling Girls Cosmetics Glitter Glue all work great).

 Apply Zombie Tramp to the outer crease by patting.

 Then take a fluffy blending brush and blend it out.

 Apply Cronea to the lid and crease by patting and sweeping outward.

 Apply Cronea to the inner lower lash line.

 Apply Zombie Tramp to the out lower lash line to connect the gap.

 Apply NYX - Vanilla Sky to the inner corner by patting. Then blend out the harsh edges by using NYX - Nude under the brow and blending downward in a zig zag motion. For the lower lash line, use a skin tone eyeshadow or a powder foundation and blend out any harshness.

 Apply a black liquid liner. I used Kyolan Aqua Color in black.

Complete the look by applying Red Cherry lashes #43 and black mascara to the lower lashes.
For the rest of what is on my face:
Eyebrows: e.l.f. Studio Single Eyeshadow - Raspberry Truffle (applied with MAC 266)

Lips: Morgana Lipstick - Love Lies Bleeding

Face: 
Skin MD Shielding lotion 
Sobe Botanicals Mineral Powder Foundation - Light Warm (applied with Coastal Scents small classic synthetic buffer brush)
Sobe Tinted Illusionist Powder (applied all over face with a large powder brush) 
NYX blush - Taupe (applied just below the cheek bones to contour)
e.l.f. Studio Baked Blush - Rich Rose (applied to cheek bones and blending back toward the hair line)
e.l.f. Studio Baked Blush - Pinktastic (applied just above the cheek bones to highlight)
 
If you have any questions, please let me know!

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