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|This is a newer photo of me since this entry is kinda back dated a bit hehe. I used the same tutorial but I just add more thick lines and shadows on my eyes.|
*Summons all the creatures of darkness*
Good day guys!!!
Today I will post on how I do my simple and natural-like Goth make up tutorial.
And here's my imperfect bare face;
*if you look closely you'll see some acne, acne scars, black head, and eyebags*
|Please don't zoom in T_T|
This is me, if I had a sudden sex change haha lol!
Also my original eye color is actually brown, not grey.. I use grey contacts because I'm literally blind and I like the weird grey looking eye. Fierce!!!
So let's get started ladies!!
1) I apply the Sephora clear gel primer to the whole face, especially my nose and chin area.. They also have the natural colors type but I prefer this one because I like my pale skin tone..
2) Apply the Kryolan supra color foundation. I bought this one a long time ago from a friend (that's why it's in a different jar).
*Omg! ze eyebaaaaags*
3) Then I brush on with the mineral compact powder from Sephora.
4) Once done with the face, I continue darkening my eyes. This is my very old (and legendary) black and white eye shadow palette from Silky Girl. I just shwish and swosh the black pigment from the crease then lightly blend it inwards but concentrate more on the crease part. Darker crease will create the heavy eye illusion.
Then I dab and swipe the white eye shadow from the inner corner towards the outer corner and blend them in the middle. The contrasting dark crease and light inner corner will make your eyes looking more dramatic.
p/s: if you're wondering about the nails, check out my review here
5) After that I add a thick line on my upper lid with the dark brown eyeliner from In2it and smudge it a bit. I also add a fine line on my lower eyelid to enhance my eyes
*like it's not huge enough -.-*
6) Now you can see my eyes appear darker with the brown line, so I enhance more with a brown ArtDeco shadow.
7) And lastly, apply the darkest lipstick you can find. This is Spiced Cocoa from Estee Lauder, the best color ever but I hate it when it look dark if you are face to face with me but in camera it's quite light.
And you're done.
May the Goths be ever in your favour