I'm calling this my " kind of a Greek Goddess Inspired look". I wore this look to a kind of a Halloween thing that I went to with my friends on Friday. Half of the people wore costumes and the rest didn't lol. As you can see in the photos below, it doesn't exactly look like a Greek Goddess with the gold leaf crown, white toga and all that jazz but I promise I did my makeup with a Greek Goddess in mind. I think of a Greek Goddess with a flawless and bronzey face, light gold, silver eyes and nude lips with a hint on gold. There are so many variations on how do it but this is just my own take. I hope you like it.
-Almay Line Smoothing concealer (as a base on the eyes)
-Mac Mineralized Skin Finish Natural in medium deep (so set the concealer)
-Urban Decay Primer potion (as a primer to saturate the colors)
-Urban Decay Book of Shadows Alice in Wonderland
- Oraculum e/s (brushed above the crease with the blending brush and inner half of the lower lash line)
- Vorpal e/s (applied all over the lids)
-Miliani e/s in Almondine (applied on the brow bone as high light)
-Sonia Kashuk gel liner in Ebony (to line the upper lash line and water line)
-The Select false eye lashes
-Dermalogica oil control face lotion (to mattify the face)
-Maybelline Instant Age Rewind face primer (applied next to help the foundation apply smoother)
-Revlon Color stay liquid foundation in Golden Caramel (applied with a foundation brush to even out the skintone)
cheeks:-Mac blush in Gingerly (applied on the apples of the cheeks)
-Milani Mosaic blush in Afterglow (applied on the temples and under the cheekbones for a bronze look)
lips:-Say Yes to Carrots lip butter in Melon (to moisturize the lips)
...just a little cam whoring I did as I played with the different settings of my camera. The makeup changes depending on the lighting. I like the photos without the flash because it doesn't wash out the colors.
I hope everyone had a safe and fun Halloween!!!
"Shadows of a thousand years rise again unseen, Voices whisper in the trees, "Tonight is Halloween!"- Dexter Kozen