Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Darling Girl Valentine's Day Look with Phobos and a Tutorial!!!

I really loved the way the Positively Peachy look came out the other day, so I tired the same technique but with one of my new Darling Girl Stardusts in Phobos. Seriously the two Stardusts I have are amazing! Not only are they sparkly and shimmery, but they shift colors and have duochromey-ness. I've got my eye on Callisto next.

This is a picture heavy post and the tut is down at the bottom :)
















 Eeek! I've never done a tutorial before, so bear with me please!


1. Apply primer and a sticky nude base all over the eyelid. I'm using DG Primped and Primed which acts as both primer and base.



2. Apply a black base to the outer V and crease. Then a white base to the inner corner. I used NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil in Slate and Cottage Cheese.



3. Blend the bases together with your finger or a brush. I used a small, flat concealer brush.




4. Pat your shimmery/shifty/duochrome eyeshadow on top of the bases. I used DG Phobos from the new Stardust collection.



5. Blend out the crease and apply your browbone highlight. For this look I decided to keep a harsh edge, but used Wet n Wild Creme Brulee on my browbone.



6. Swipe on a cream or liquid liner to create a cat eye. I used Maybelline Line Stiletto.




7. If you like apply eyeliner, I used Wet n Wild Coloricon in black.





8. Curl lashes and apply mascara. I used my favorite Revlon Extra Curl eyelash curler and Smashbox Full Exposure mascara.






Hope that was helpful. If you have any suggestions I'd love to hear them!

ANA

5 comments:

cinseven13 said...

Gorgeous! You did a great job capturing the sparkly shadow.

yelaya said...

Really i like this look, the stardust is amazing!!!

Leah Meray said...

Love the sparkliness of this!

Vulcan_Butterfly said...

Wow, this is so pretty!! Your tutorial photos look really nice, it is really hard to get clear pictures of each step!

Annelise said...

Thank you everyone! I'm hoping to have time to do more tuts in the future!