Kate or something like that.
21. Female. Virginia Beach. College mook. Theater major going into costume design. Lover of good literature (I am a former English major), fashion and writing in my diary. Christ-studier. Tea drinker. Steampunk. Fangirl. Snarky snot.
I love The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Shock Treatment, Beetlejuice, Moonrise Kingdom, Harry Potter, The X-Files, Sherlock, Pokemon, Harvest Moon, American Horror Story, occasionally Glee, and a good many other fandoms.
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Used my 120 palette to create this look..
Smoky Blue-and-Pink Winged Eyeshadow: MAC Fuchsia and Frozen White pigments
This is a look that should be multi-faceted and contoured. If you have mono-lids, just draw in the crease along your socket line, above the lid crease. This takes a bit of practice to get even but it looks great!
Step 1: Use a flat brush to pack a black base like MAC Paint Pot in Blackground or elf Duo Cream Shadow in Licorice over the entire lid. At the outer corner, draw in a wing following the angle of the lower lash line. For the Dummies’ Guide version to winged liner, click here.
Step 2: Pack a metallic fuchsia pink to the outer halves of the black base. You can use MAC Fuchsia pigment.
Step 3: The next step requires a specific type of shadow; translucent white with a blue duochrome sheen. MAC Frozen White pigment and I Nuovi Star shadow are both very similar, but the I Nuovi is softer and less sparkly as it’s a pressed shadow.
Step 4: Use a charcoal grey like Urban Decay Gunmetal to run along the top of the wing, along your socket line, using a pencil brush. Then smoke out just slightly to prevent unevenness.
Step 5: Apply black liquid liner along the tide line (inner rim of your upper lash line) and also wing out at the outer corner, following the angle of the eyeshadow. The liner runs along half the lash line only, not all the way to the inner corners.
I’m enjoying the eyelid colors but I would use more pigments on the water line.
Tania Johanna - Makeup artist
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