Recently, I saw the promotion pictures of Illamasqua's new LE "Theatre of the Nameless" and I told myself, "I have to do this!"
Here are the promo pictures that inspired me to do today's FOTD:
Amazing? Isn't it? I told myself I could do it and after what felt like an eternity, I came up with this:
|Theatre of the Nameless FOTD|
with bright lipstick and chola-esque liner (aka black eyeliner around the lips!)
|Same look but with nude lips :D|
|What I used|
The pot with a beige lid is the face primer
|This is how my eyebrows look like|
I wish my black eyeliner (ELF waterproof) were darker.
- New York Color creme blush as a base
- Rimmel London Autumn Catwalk on top
- ELF Gotta Glow to highlight on top of the cheekbone
I really love this combination. Cheap non-Illamasqua makeup can make me glow, too!
- Bright version: NYC Blue Rose lipstick with black L'Oreal eye liner as a lip liner
- Nude version: Neutrogena lipstick in Just Whisper with NYX natural liner
This, by far, is the craziest makeup look I've ever done. While I did it, I realized the whole thing is based on something people might fear as a child:
I am not kidding. If you look closely at the elements: curved upward lips, overdrawn eyebrows, blocky eye makeup, and bright cheeks? Those are what you see on the face of a clown. I started to call this the "Chic Clown" makeup look after the revelation.
If this makeup came without the outlined eyebrows and chola-esque lip look, I would wear it. To a Halloween party or to the club, maybe. It is not for your daily feast but it's a fun (and laborious) look nevertheless.
Blooper time, with unedited eyebrows :)
|I hope this is it. I'm having a headache from this clown makeup look already!|
|Romeo, oh Romeo, where art thou?|
Last but not least, if I scare you with this FOTD, I sincerely apologize. You don't have to read this if you are scared of clowns.
Oops, too late!
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