This make-up is wonderful as an evening make-up. Unlike you said, the camera did a good job capturing the impact of the image. The sparkling glitter effect gives the essence of starry sky. The use of colours is exquisite and the the two colours, maroonish-purple and greyish-blue, compliments each other. The gel eye liner is well applied. The mascarra application is perfect. The Arabic cello tape technique is always wonderful. A very good effort for your first attempt. Overall a magnificent piece of work by a magnificent make-up artist herself. Keep up the good work and continue to impress us all.
This is beautiful. Succulent to the eyes (ironic, eh?). The blue glitter on the eyelid matches perfect with the dark purple also on the eyelid, and slowly fades into kind of a dreamy sort of violet sorbet. It sort of reminds me of fireworks, in a way. Or a shimmering, bustling city. Or a nebula. All are beautiful things and can relate strongly to this look. I noticed the eyeliner is sort of a bluish-black, which I love personally. The eyelashes are big and kind of spidery, but I think it ties in well with the whole she-bang. I may not be an experienced makeup artist, but I can tell you one thing; this look is to die for. (I love your eyes, by the way! They're so blindingly gorgeous!)
If I could blend like that...how do you get the line from the outer corner of your eye to the end of your eyebrow so crisp and clean? Actually, how do draw the colors up from the corner all the way to the eyebrow without looking overdone?
thank you ....hmmm unfortunately I'm not sure I know what color guard makeup is...as for the pictures haha....well if you look closely into my eyes ) you'll see a blue building every time...that's because I live in an apartment building ....and I take my pictures on the balcony....and when I take them....I first look at the camera....then at the first floor of the building in front of me...and then at the third floor ), into the same apartment ) I just got used to it haha
Color guard makeup... Well, in the marching band, the color guard is the group that swings around the flags. We try to use makeup that will reflect the theme of the show, and that can be seen from the stands, usually bringing out our eyes and lips and sometimes our cheeks. Our show this year is Les Miserables. Anyway, seeing your gallery I can't help but think that you would be so great at coming up with color guard makeup looks.
Also, that's a cool way to keep constant. What camera do you use?