Hi Guys & Dolls!
Todays tutorial has a double inspiration behind it. The first burst came while I was talking about makeup with my friend Jamie. She mentioned some Burgundy and Grey liners and instantly I thought- what a fab color combo! I immediately made note of colors to use in a makeup tutorial- I love when inspiration comes like that.
While I was getting ready to make this video I was listening to the Black Key’s “10 Cent Pistol”. In the song a woman gets back at an ex-lover and their new partner with a “10 Cent Pistol”(which could mean either drugs laced with poison or Acid). Not really a cheery song, but I love that type of stripped down, distressed music. The Black Keys make the type of music you feel like you’ve known your whole life- you just instantly like them (at least I do) if you haven’t checked them out please do!
This look is rather glam with the bold eyes and lips, a fall color palette, straight hair and the Kardashian Kurve top that is covered in lipstick and shoes, and is perhaps at odds with the sound and theme of the music. I imagined the Heroine (or Villain, depending on your perspective) getting dolled up to ruin the lives of those who dun wrong’d her! Looking good is the best revenge anyway.
Urban Decay Primer Potion
Jordana “Double Effect” Duo
MAC “Sketch” & “Blanc Type” Eyeshadows
Urban Decay “Tease”, “Pistol”, & “Verve” Eyeshadows (Naked 2 Palette)
Milani “Silver” Liquif’eye Pencil
Milani Brow Tint Pen “Natural Taupe”
Urban Decay “Hustle” 24/7 Liner
Too Faced “Perfect Black Orchid” Liner
MUFE “23L” Aqua Liner
Clinique High Impact Curling Mascara
MAC “35” lashes & Duo Glue
Too Faced Primed & Poreless
Urban Decay Naked Skin Foundation
tarte Sooth Operator powder
MAC Strada Blush
MAC Superb Extra Dimension Skinfinish
tarte park avenue princess matte waterproof bronzer
MAC Prep& Prime Lipstick
MAC Currant Lipliner
Wet ‘n’ Wild 908C Lipstick
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