Tonight during a Twitch stream, I turned myself into a cracked stone statue using body paint and some eyeshadow. This look was roughly inspired by @kristinefargerik and @artyfaceart, and the only thing edited in the photos is my eye color. We got a little carried away during stream with stone/cracked puns, which I thought was hilarious. Usually I have a long list of products that I used when creating looks but I only used a few products. Those being: Madeyewlook body paint in Yeti and Ink, ColourPop Smoke Show palette, and NYX liquid liners.
I haven’t really been in a makeup mood for the last month. Mainly due to a lot going on with work and poor mental health. But I’m back in the mood to play with makeup so I thought I would do a tutorial today on the following look that I did using the UOMA Beauty Allure Black Magic Palette.
Today I’m going to try something new, let me know what you think in the comments on if I should do more of these in the future. Basically it’s a picture tutorial for a look that I shared on Instagram. Which someone nicely named: Outer Space Neon Fairy. And considering the moment I tried to take this look off my entire face looked like I was covered in fairy dust, I’m couldn’t agree more.
Today I decided to share a little makeup tutorial using only products from ColourPop since they now have every area of the face covered minus false lashes. I also don’t have their liquid eyeliners yet so I don’t have that on but they do have a “kohl” or creme gel liner which I did use for the waterline.
Instead of doing a review of the ColourPop Chasing Rainbows Pressed Powder Palette, I decided just to share this makeup tutorial. I’m not going to go into details in writing so watch the video if you want the steps I took to create this look. The shades used in this palette were: Woke, Wish List, Keep Cool, Bring it, Manifest It, On One, Lucid, Not Playing, So Meta, and Blurred Lines. Which is all but five of the shadows in the palette. And this lasted all day long with little to no wear like more ColourPop palettes. I do think the shade Blurred Lines is a little chunky but that’s due to the glitter/metallic pigment used to create this shadow.
Welcome to Jeffree Star Cosmetics Blood Sugar week… for no reason at all. It’s not a new product as it came out in February, but it’s new to me and due to how expensive the palette is I’m going to do an entire week or rather every weekday doing something that involves this palette. Just to give you an overview of how this week is going to go here are all of the posts that I’m going to be doing: 3 Looks 1 Palette, Swatches, Pressed Pigment vs Eyeshadow, and review. The overall review will be the final post as a way to wrap up the series. And Wednesday will be a break to finish up my zodiac elemental series. So today I’m going to be sharing 3 looks created using this palette, a few of the looks might involve some other products like the ColourPop Supernova Shadows or Jelly Much Shadows as I love to work those into everything. But I’m going to try to limit that, so the main focus is the Blood Sugar Palette.