Snow Queen Makeup
Ni haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaao! I hope everyone is proud I actually memorized that and can fluently say it. Besides taking the language of Chinese, I have a frosty look in store for everyone. Along with this look I recorded a tutorial with a slightly different style of recording- so let me know if you guys prefer it!
I have not done a blue look in quite some time and decided today is the day! Lately I have stuck with purples, and greens and it is quite hysterical since I have pallets upon pallets of BLUE! If you notice I have some breakouts visible and honestly, thats okay. I’d rather have light coverage and a face that is clearing up than full coverage and a face that is still breaking out. SOO please, don’t mind the pesky one beside my left eyebrow!
This look would work wonderfully for a Snow Queen Halloween costume as the pale lips complement this look well.
(leans slightly pink on me but I stuck along with it)
Applied with a Marc Jacobs Face II Brush
I lightly applied this with an UD Naked 2 brush to any blemishes. I blended them in with a slightly damp Beauty Blender
Patted over the concealer with an ELF Powder Pouf (came with a pressed setting powder)
Applied with a Sephora concealed brush (came with a set from last year during Christmas)
Blended in with an Elf Ultimate Blending Brush and damp Beauty Blender
Applied with a Tarte Swirl Powder Bronzer and Contour Brush
Contour shade- Sephora #74
Highlight Shade- Sephora Teardrop Highlighting Brush
Applied with a Mac 168 Brush
Applied to cheekbones, forehead, LIGHTLY on bridge of nose and chin with a Mac 159
Applied with a Sephora #74
I took Mac’s Pure White pencil and smudged it over the cream shadow- I would of preferred using a NYX Jumbo Eye pencil however both work just as good for a base.
Patted onto the lid with a Urban Decay Electric Pallet Brush.
Column 8, down one; column 9, down one.
I mixed both shades together and applied them in my crease as a transitional shade this way the brighter colors will appear faded. I used a 217 Mac brush to complete this step.
*Makeup Geek Eyeshadow Pans
Poolside was mixed with Gonzo from the UD Electric Pallet and placed into the crease with a 217 Mac Brush.
Center Stage is placed in the outer third of my lid with the same 217 brush. I dragged Poolside and Center Stage down to my lower lash liner with a Mac 219.
*Mac Eyeshadow- Atlantic Blue
Atlantic Blue is blended in my crease, specifically the inner V with a 217 Mac brush.
Revolt is packed ontop of Nyx Prismatic Shadow and placed slightly on-top of Tako with a 219 Mac brush.
Applied in the tear duct with a standard Sephora shadow brush
I created a wing with a Mac 210 brush