Monday, October 17, 2011

Fire and Ice


Another incredible easy make up look.
Literally two colours. No difficult blending or shading.
This is about making a bold statement and accessorizing. It’s also a lot prettier to wear for girls than supremely bloodied.

I took a pink Pigment by Barry M and ran it through my eyebrows.
It stuck perfectly as I knew when putting on my foundation to leave my brows very sticky.
I swirled up the ends of my eyebrows.
Using a Pink Pigment by MAC I lightly applied it to my lid, all over.
I used some eyeshadow primer and added some silver glitter to the inside of my eye.
Next step was to line my eye very finely to add a little definition.
I then took a PINK blush and emphasised my cheek bones and took it up to my temple.
I then added a glitter by Too Faced above the blusher


Another incredible easy make up look.
Literally two colours. No difficult blending or shading.
This is about making a bold statement and accessorizing. It’s also a lot prettier to wear for girls than supremely bloodied.

I took a blue eye shadow by MAC and boldly drew a swirl above and below my eye. I didn’t do fine points as in a weird way I actually was thinking of Egyptian princesses as I did this so I made the edges blunt and thick

Using a Blue crayon by MAC I filled in my eyebrow. I then took an angle brush and pulled the pigment up in erratic spikes, I was going for the icy feeling.

Then taking your blue eye shadow as a blush substitute, fill in your cheeks.
Then taking baby blue glitter apply it above the blush. And that is literally it.

For my lips I lined them in black, for some unknown reason.

Half my lips I filled in with a greenie blue Urban Decay eye shadow, the other with a MAC pro gloss

Final step
Dress the make-up up in anyway you wish. I kinda thought flowers and things like that would look pretty cool with my fire and ice type look.

I made a whole step by step but my camera deleted it, But you get the drift. 
It is VERY easy to do.
The products I used are listed down below, But ANY brand would work just as good.

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