Simple Marionette Costume

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Simple look you can do with everything you already have!

Prime, foundation and concealer if needed.

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Make a kissy face to see your natural cheek lines to follow. Line the sides of your nose with black shadow or smudged eyeliner. You can blend out so no worries of precision.

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Add some shadow around your nostrils, chin and lips.

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Highlight! Highlight apples of cheeks. bridge and tip of nose. chin, and on either side of your philtrum. You can use a white shadow, highlighter or white cream makeup. Blend with a sponge or finger.

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A little blush. If it has shimmer that’s fine too so it will look a little glisteny like plastic. Try to shadow right below your apples in a small circle.

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The lines. Use an eyeliner pencil, liquid liner or black cream makeup with a small brush. Add a teeny tiny bit of white highlight on each side to add dimension. You can blend a little shadow here too for more dimension.

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Add the creepy freckles. Use an eyeliner pencil for the best dots. Brush some white cream under your eyes and brush over your lashes to whiten them. Line right below the white and draw lashes below. Brush back shadow into your brows if they are light. You can add fake lashes or just use a couple coats of regular mascara. I used the Younique 3D lashes.

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Add some lip color and voila! Finished! I didn’t set with powder since I want some natural sheen as it sets. I will use a set spray (MAC Fix).

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Here are the products and tools I used. Many can be substituted with what you already have. The theater cakes are waterproof and will last all day or night. wpid-20141027_123439.jpg

Brushes: MAC 217; E.L.F Smudge; E.L.F Precision Brush; DNI Crease, Powder and Liner Brushes and of course sponges.

Make Up Forever HD Foundation and Primer.

NARS Blush in Orgasm (not shown).

Black shadow is from the Urban Decay Naked 2 Palette used on eyes and blending cheeks.

Kryolan  Aquacolor Black cake makeup for nose and cheek contour, and eyebrows. White cake was used under the eyes. These usually need a mixing medium which I just used the Body Shop spray for. This can also be used as a setting spray.

NYX Eyeshadow base in matte white used for cheek, nose and chin highlights.

NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil in black. For freckles.

Younique 3D Lashes for top lashes.

Two-Toned, Dramatic and Neutrals

Pictures Left to Right: ArtDeco, Burberry, Dolce & Gabbana, Chanel

Fall 2010 Colors.

We are seeing a lot of neutrals, golds and jewel tones on the runways. This seasons makeup is full of purples, blues,
emeralds, textured golds and minimalist neutrals with dramatic lips. These looks are fun and can be very easy.
Makeup companies are making this trend easier by selling coordinating shadows in sets of 2, 3 and 4 colors.
Companies like Maybelline, Revlon and Cover Girl actually have easy to follow instructions right on the package and even the shadows
themselves. Lorielle’s  HIP collection has a great variety of this seasons brights easily available in drugstores.

If you don’t want to start with bright shadows, start with a liner just to get the feel of a color. You can line your eyes with shadow or
with eyeliner. To line your eyes with an eyeshadow, simply use your eyeliner brush and smudge above lash line. The more you get used to a color you can play with it
going from day to dramatic night looks.

These colors are great on your nails too! These are from M.A.C Cosmetics