Monday, July 16, 2012

Tutorial: Little Miss Jangsara

 One of my readers, Starla, asked me to do a tutorial of Amelia Arsenic's Little Miss Militia look: - Check out to see what she used for her original look and check her out anyway, she's pretty awesome!

I decided to use as much Sugarpill products as possible, and I didn't want to cut any of my falsies, so my version isn't exactly the same as hers, but I think it's still quite close:

First I started with the contact lens. Mine is UV-blue from, because they were the closest I had:

Next I did the brow with black pencil:

Then I applied white base (NYX jumbo Pencil Milk & Sugarpill Tako), and added a line to point where the eyeliner goes:

Next I used black shadow (Sugarpill Bulletproof) to sketch the shape of the eyeshadow:

Then some more black shadow (SP Bulletproof) to add more shape:

Then I used a black gel liner to shape the edges, and also added the line for lower lashline.

 OPTIONAL: I used Sugarpill Lumi to blend the black a bit, you may use this if you don't have any glitters:

Next I applied Eye Kandy Cosmetics Confetti glitter to the transition point between black and white:

Then I added some more black and white to make the look more balanced:

Then I used a black gel liner (MAC blacktrack) to line my upper lashline:

I added a small amount of Sugarpill Absinthe to lower inner corner (Sugarpill Acidberry suits also well!):

And finally I added lashes, Sugarpill Flutter lashes on upper lashline and Sugarpill Porcelain lashes on lower lashline. If you want, you can cut the lower lashes to match the original look better.

Annnnnnnnd it done!

Pair with red lips (Illamasqua Sangers), light skin and bold attitude!

Funny enough, I found out today that I'm apparently nominated  for the Cosmopolitan Established beauty blog award!

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