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Sunday, October 31, 2010

Masquerade inspired look

So I guess this is going to be the last look I'll be doing for Halloween. It didn't quite turn out as good as I had hoped. The lace pattern didn't show up as much as I wanted it to and the mask turned out a bit brighter than I expected. Lastly, I didn't have any gold liquid liner, which would have been ideal for the outter details of the mask. I curled my hair because I feel it coordinates better with the look. Anyways, I did the best I could with what I had.

Products used:

Mask: NYX jumbo eyepencil Electric Blue, NYX Eyeshadow single Atlantic, Milani Liquif'Eye Gold, lace, black eyeshadow.

Eyes: Urban Decay Primer Potion, Urban Decay Naked palette, Sally Girl baked eyeshadow, Lorac Front of the Line Pro Eyeliner, false eyelashes.

Lips: Wet N Wild ColorIcon Lipliner Berry Red, N.Y.C Lipstick Retro Red.

Face: Benefit Erase Paste, Wet N Wild bronzer Princess, Ulta Cheek Color Afterglow.

I added a Halloween theme to my nails. The tips of my nails looks like dripping blood. I used a sheer light pink OPI nail polish as base, it's a mini nail polish and it doesn't have a name on it (I think it was on the packaging), I bought it as a set and came with 2 other mini OPI. The red bloody tips were done using Sally Girl mini nail polish. It costs only $1.00.

To complete the masquerade look, I added some feathers, a rose, and a couple butterflies that I had put together and attached it to a head band. I used a couple hair pin to position it and secure it...And voila!

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