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In today’s tutorial I’m finally doing a pop art makeup look. I’ve wanted to do one for so many years, but I just never got around to doing it. SoI’m so happy I finally got a chance to do one. I really wish I had a fun blue or yellow wig, but oh well.. You might be interested in these videos:
Winged Eyeliner Tutorial
How To Apply False Eyelashes
PRODUCTS USED IN THIS VIDEO
E Y E S
Morphe 35B Palette
Anastasia Beverly Hills Waterproof creme color
– Ice Blue
MUA Intense Color Eye Liner Pencil – Snow White
Lime Crime Liquid Eyeliner – Lunar Sea
Huda Beauty Lashes – Scarlett #8
L I P S
Anastasia Beverly Hills Liquid Lipstick – American Doll
D I S C O U N T C O D E
10% off Feline Lashes
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M U S I C
Royalty Free music from YouTube music library
Artist: Otis McDonald
Song: Left U Into
**DISCLAIMER! I do NOT OWN the music in this video! It belongs to the artists!**
This is a new kind of video for me, but I love doing these crazy, quirky looks!
This is inspired by Roy Lichtenstein, the pop art artist! He is amazing! Check out his work if you haven’t already!
Aveeno Moisturizer (this kind of paint can be QUITE DRYING on the skin!)
Kryolan Supra Palette (White & Black)
Sugarpill Eyeshadow (Velocity)
NYC Eye Pencil (Black)
Barry M Lip Liner (Red)
MAC Lipstick (Scarlet Ibis- Marilyn Monroe Collection)
MUD Mascara (Black)
I hope you all like this video & if you would like to see more in the future, definitely let me know! If you have any other characters you would like me to create, let me know!
They can be existing OR just ideas for your own characters!!
The sky’s the limit! 😛
The Hush Sound – Wine Red
Versa Emerge – Fixed At Zero
Panic At The Disco – The Calander
Panic At The Disco – The Only Difference Between Martyrdom And Suicide Is Press Coverage
Special thanks to MAC and Destiny Godley! You inspired me to try this for myself!
These are the materials I used:
Foundation: L’Oreal True Match Super Blendable Powder in Cocoa
Eyeliners: Jordana, Elf, Wet n Wild
Eyeshadow: Jordana Rock Star
Contour: Sleek Contour Kit (medium and dark)
Highlights:L’Oreal True Match Super Blendable Concealer in W6
Lipstick: Ruby Woo (white eyeshadow for the artificial shine on the lips)
Falsies: Ardell Edgy
Eyelash Glue: Ardell clear brush on lash adhesive
Warning: Too much make up will make it more difficult for the dots to stick
Step 1: Apply a light layer of foundation
Step 2: Contour the face: This gives your character’s face more depth
Step 3:Use eyeliner to make cartoony BOLD eyebrows
Step 4:Highlight underneath to brow so that they are more crisp.
Step 5:Apply eyeshadow. Pick a color that pops! This is Pop Art! Lol:)
Step 6: Apply brush. Remember vibrancy!^^
Step 7: Apply Lipstick. Choose a matte lipstick because shiny lipstick will
subtract from the cartoonish element you are working towards.
Step 8: Add an artificial shine using white eyeshadow.
Step 9: Next is the line work. You can go in a variety of directions with this step.
Look for inspiration in videos and photos on the internet.
Also, use a liquid liner because it produces darker richer blacks and it doesn’t
Step 10: Add the dots with a white pencil (or any color you choose). Make sure that you
use a “push and twist” technique. I’ve found that this makes the dots stick
better. Try to place the dots diagonally on the face, as this looks more natural
and works for the curvature of your face^^
Step 11: Final touches and accessories!
Have fun with this look and practice, practice, practice!!
Happy October 1st! It’s officially socially acceptable to be excited for Halloween. With that, I present you my Black Light Pop Art Zombie! Wear it just as the day time makeup or step it up a notch and add some black light!
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Oppressive Gloom and One-eyed Maestro by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
Angst much? Learn how to DIY this popular Snapchat Pop Art/Comic book filter using makeup. Perfect for Halloween or any costume party. More looks here: http://www.ehow.com/how_12343425_4-snapchat-filter-makeup-tutorials-need-watch.html