So, I was really inspired by a couple of images I came across on Pinterest last week. I loved the colors and thought they would make a really cool eyeshadow look used together. I was going for something pretty/ugly, dystopian and futuristic.
And again I was feeling a Gunship song. I was really trying to capture the aura of the pictures in an eyeshadow look.
For this look I used the Anastasia Beverly Hills Subculture Palette paired with Nyx Duo-Chromatic Illuminating Powder in Lavender Steel. On lips, I went with a full-on greige. If you want to see how I got this look, just keep reading below.
Happy Friday! Is it bad I am super excited because today is my cheat day. I have already had a donut, boudin kolache and a mocha latte this morning and I am working on a Dr. Pepper. Tonight, we are going to get dinner at Ghengis which is kind of like bibimbap that you pick out everything yourself and they cook it. I have been craving it for weeks but it’s a rice-based dish so I have been saving it for a cheat day. I might get a sushi roll too!
Anyway, today I have another retro-futurism/vaporwave inspired look. This one is called Pink Mist after a Gunship song again too. I saw the image in the background on Pinterest and I was so inspired by the colors and the geometric shapes and wanted to so a look based on it. For this look, I used shades from the Huda Beauty Electric Obsessions Palette, Warm Obsessions, and Anastasia Beverly Hills Subculture.
I wanted to get a little out of the ordinary with this one and bring in some more avant-garde and goth elements with a colorful neon glow. I am really having fun stepping out of the box with color and just going by what feels good and not sticking to a formula.
Good evening, Tonight I have a Get the Look for ya’ll featuring the Anastasia Beverly Hills Subculture Palette. I wanted to do something with the beautiful copper shade in the palette so I went with a halo smoky eye paired with a deep purple lip. You could, of course, make it more “wearable” by going with a softer lip color.
The colors chosen for this look were also inspired by the song Dawnrazor by Fields of the Nephilim. You could definitely call this a steampunk look.
I was thinking of a southwestern gothic kind of look aka Spaghetti goth. Anyway, if you want to see how I created this look, just keep reading below.
Another oddly timed post. Killing it in 2018 with keeping to a schedule eh? Like I said in my last couple of posts, I have been sick and am awaiting some dental work which means I have been in on and off pain, and my sleep schedule is all kinds of messed up. It’s 1 am and I am up for the day. Anyway, I am back to the grind today and am determined to get back on track.
In today’s post, I have a makeup tutorial for this look I called Dust. As per usual it was inspired by a song. This time it was a song from Fields of the Nephilim called Dust of the album Dawnrazor. I wanted to do a look using the shade Chalice from the Kat Von D Saints & Sinners Palette because it is a very unique shimmery brown with antiqued bronze tones that can pull either warm or cool depending on the shades used with it. This is a relatively simple look compared to most of what I have been doing lately but I really liked how it came out.
So if you want to see how I got this look, just keep reading below.