Tuesday, 28 October 2014

DYING FAIRY | HALLOWEEN 2014

This make-up look is for a dead/dying/zombie fairy. Following this post there is an outfit!
For how I produced this look, scroll to the bottom!

My favourite part about creating this look was trying to incorporate the prettiness of fairies with an ugly concept. I loved putting the glitter into the 'wounds', as if I was bleeding glitter. 












Products:
Benefit Porefessional 
Rimmel Wake Me Up Concealer
Rimmel Wake Me Up Foundation
Snazaroo White Face Paint
Benefit Hoola
Urban Decay Backdoor (brown eye shadow)
Urban Decay Primer Potion
MUA Merged Trio in Theatrics
MUA Intense Colour Eyeliner in Jet Black
Barry M Eyeliner in Red
Urban Decay Perversion Mascara
MUA Luxe in Kooky
Palmers Lip Balm
Barry M Glitter Dust

Tools:
Powder Blood
Eco Tools Foundation Brush
Nanshy Blending Brush
Jelly Pong Pong Powder Brush
Barry M Shadow Brush
Pipette

1. Base: Apply your usual base make up routine, but instead of using your usual highlighter, use a white facepaint and blend. For your contour, use a dark brow, grey or black, or heavily contour using your usual bronzer. I used Backdoor by Urban Decay for this.
Don't forget to heavily contour your nose, temples, and inner corners of your eyes.

2. Eyes: Apply an eye primer. For this look I wanted something sparkly and magical, the MUA Merged Trios are perfect!
I applied a purple shade all over my lid, blending it out to create a smoky look. I then went in with a black/golden shade to my crease and upper lash line. I then went in with a pencil liner to create a wing. 

On the lower lash line, I used the same shade as I used to contour with, and brought this down further than usual, to make it a little more messy. I then put the red eyeliner on my waterline and blended this with the brown shade. I did this three times to create intensity.

Apply your usual mascara. 

3. Lips: Using a matte purple lipgloss/stick, place the colour on the centre of the lips and blend out - this creates a dehydrated look.

4. Blood and Glitter: Get creative!
I used lipbalm where I wanted the wounds on my face, then applied the powder over the top, making the blood into a paste before adding water via a pipette.
I made wounds on the temples, where there was contouring, the corners of my mouth, my right eye, left cheek, and chin.
Finally, I added glitter to the wounds and the blood. 




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