Apr 13, 2012

Gimme Some Sugarpill, Baby! Tutorial

I'm always trying to think of ways that I should have done a look or rethinking of how I can out-do a previous look. Sometimes I lay in bed after posting a video thinking of how or what I could have done to improve the look. Basically, this look is from days of thinking what could I have done differently for my previous The Hunger Games tutorials. It's not that I disliked the videos at all, but it is just part of my creative process. SO I decided to record another extreme video.

This look has a mix of inspiration, Alex Box, Kabuki, and an avant garde wig I saw a while back...

One of the reasons I decided to record again is because I wanted to try out my Stilazzi Portable Compressor that was sent to me for review. I have been trying to come up with ideas for tutorials during off-season (non-Halloween time) and I thought this would be a perfect opportunity. I will record a thorough review of it shortly.

The wig is a cosplay wig from eBay that I teased into oblivion. XD

The lenses I am wearing are from PinkyParadise and are reviewed here.

Products used:

Staples Glue Stick
MAC Studio Fix Powder - NC41
Ben Nye Creme Neutralizing Crayon - NP-4 Medium/Tattoo Cover 

Tarte eye primer
MAC Chromaline - Process Magenta
Sugarpill e/s - Dollipop
Sugarpill e/s - Love+
NYX e/s - White
MAC e/s - Concrete
MAC e/s - Carbon
MAC Acrylic Paint - Pure White
Annabelle Kohl Pencil - White
Physician's Formula 2-in-1 Lash Boosting Liner - Ultra Black
Sugarpill CatEye False Eyelashes

Revlon Colorstay - Buff
Golden Airbrush Acrylic - Quinacridone Magenta
Golden Airbrush Acrylic - Carbon Black
Mehron Paradise AQ - Black

MAC Chromaline - Process Magenta
NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil - Milk
Sugarpill e/s - Dollipop
Sugarpill e/s - Love+
MAC e/s - Carbon

<a href="http://www.bloglovin.com/blog/3278451/sokolum?claim=g37sk73g4ms">Follow my blog with Bloglovin</a>


Post a Comment