I forgot to mention in the video that I'm using a wet brush to intensify the color. I like to just wet a paper towel and wipe my brush between colors and this both cleans and re-wets the brush for the next color.
Show More I forgot to mention in the video that I'm using a wet brush to intensify the color. I like to just wet a paper towel and wipe my brush between colors and this both cleans and re-wets the brush for the next color.
Direct link to more info + pics of this look: http://insideoutelle.blogspot.com/2010/10/wild-flower-fairy-makeup-tutorial.html
* = in the UD BoSIII
* UD Primer Potion in Original
* UD Snatch eyeshadow
* UD Kush eyeshadow
* UD Psychedelic Sister eyeshadow
UD 24/7 Glide On Pencil in Yeyo
* UD 24/7 Glide On Pencil in Ransom
MAC Fluidline in Blacktrack
Koji Dolly Wink Liquid Liner in Black
UD Heavy Metal Eyeliner in Distortion (named wrong color in vid)
Missha Shining Style Stick Eyes in White
(yes I forgot to apply mascara X_X)
Revlon Brow Fantasy Pencil & Gel in Brown
Lioele Silky Highlighter BB Touch
Rock & Republic Pressed Blush in Tease
NYX Round Lipstick in Circe
C.O. Bigelow Menthe Lip Gloss
G&G GBT Violet Circle Lens
Not shown in video:
Revlon Colorstay Liquid Foundation
L'oreal True Match Concealer in Cool (light/medium)
Neutrogena Oil Free Makeup Remover (is what I use on the Q-tip)
Ideas to enhance the look: I really recommend getting latex elf ears if you can (just google Lord of the Rings elf ears, those are the prettiest I think, they're like $25 but reusable). You can pick up cuffed earrings too and I think that would just this look to the next level. Also if you want a "wilder" looking fairy you could put a streak of dark lipstick on the center of you lower lip and use a black gel liner to trace more designs. I didn't use setting powder because I wanted to look dewy but it made it a bit it hard to draw on my face with pencil because there was so much slip. For the vid it was fine because I only wanted faint design but for a darker line, I'd say use a gel or a grease stick if you have one. Also if you have your hands on a nice pair of lashes, use them. I think one that wings out and is thicker on the outer ends would be particularly nice since they would enhance the exotic look. Fyi, the lashes shouldn't be too dramatic or you'll overwhelm the eye shadow colors. This look can be adapted to be makeup for different colored flowers or an elf/pixie look...be creative ^_^!
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