Sunday, October 16, 2011
Dramatic Fall Makeup Look for 2011
This makeup tutorial will be the last makeup tutorial in my fall makeup look series. I of course will be doing more makeup tutorials in the future, but this will be the last in the series. I chose to pick this look as an inspired makeup look, because it has all of the fall colors that are going to be really in. It also shows a different side of makeup that not a lot of people go for. Because 99% of the time people like gurus on Youtube will tell you to balance out your makeup by if you are going to have dramatic eyes go for a wearable lips and vice versa. But this look is not like that at all. Both the eyes and lips are super dramatic, bold and out there bright look. I just overall love this look. This is something that I would actually wear, but not on a regular basis. Now I am going to stop rambling and lets get on to the tutorial.
1.) Start off by priming your lids with MAC Paint Pot in Nubile. Which is a light peachy nude.
2.) Next go in with Shiseido Shimmering Cream Eye Color in Angel and apply that evenly just on your lids.
3.) Than pack on MAC Eyeshadow in Plumage a dusty matte peacock color onto your lids with a flat eyeshadow brush and kind of bring it downward toward the inner corner.
4.) Now with a crease brush apply the same Plumage eyeshadow by MAC but apply it heavier to your crease and take it higher and higher as you go into all the way into the inner corner.
5.) With the same crease brush take MAC Pro Longwear eyeshadow in Thru the Night and apply it on top of the Plumage eyeshadow in your crease, this is to intensify the crease even more.
6.) Now take a small blunt eyeshadow brush with MAC Plumage eyeshadow and just apply it to your lower lash line and stop about 1/3 of the way in. So take it really close to the inner corner.
7.) Take blending brush and just blend any harsh line up into the brow bone.
8.) Now take a clean eyeshadow brush with Sugarpill Cosmetics matte white eyeshadow from the 4-color palette in sweetheart or just any matte true white eyeshadow.
9.) Now take a black eyeliner pencil and apply only to your upper waterline and take it all the way to the inner corner.
10.) With a white eyeliner apply it your lower waterline.
11.) Curl your lashes and apply a coat of black mascara. To get exactly or close to her lashes make sure the mascara doesn't really lengthen. Because to me her lashes isn't that long. It more of separating. So take any mascara that really separates your lashes. The Maybelline The Colossal Volum' Express Waterproof mascara in Glam Black is great for this look or the Maybelline Great Lash Lots of Lashes mascara in very black will also really separates your lashes. Apply it to your upper and lower lashes.
1.) To me it looks like she have on a really really really light pink plum blush on. So I think that MAC Well Dressed will be the perfect blush for this. Take it on a blush brush and apply it to apple of your cheeks blending it black and up to your temple.
1.) For the lips she has on a really deep wine red lip color on. So start off by taking MAC Lip Pencil in Currant and line your lips and fill them in with it.
2.) On top of the Currant lip pencil go on with MAC Lipstick in Hang-Up.
3.) Lastly, just go in with a clear gloss and just apply it your lower lips.
Hope you do this look and if you do send a picture of you in it to my twitter @sushiflower21
Inspired Picture of the Model is from http://img.trendencias.com/2010/10/beauty031.jpg