This week we have had loads of amazing looks come in that you can take inspiration from to create your own look…
I always love to match my make-up and Cerys has perfected this with her lips and eyes here! For dramatic eyes I suggest using a mix of Powder Eye Shadow in Burst and Obsidian. Use Medium Pencil in S.O.P.H.I.E on your waterline to really lock in your eyes! Lastly finish off with Lipstick in Apocalips for a perfect match to match combo!
Lauren’s opted for a Liquid Metal eye this week. To create a similar look begin with Liquid Metal in Stoic underneath the eyes, this piercing, emerald green goes beautifully with Liquid Metal in Resolute and Superior. Creating a stunning wave of colour.
Yana Provis bold look is so dynamic! If you wish to recreate it I suggest starting with ivory skin using Skin Base Foundation in 01, to really make the eyes stand out. To embody Yana’s rainbow eye I would recommend Powder Eye Shadow in Savage on the base of your eye building up towards the brow. Then take Powder Eye Shadow in Apex and blend inwards. Cream Blusher in Devour can be used to really define those cheek bones. Lastly take Intense Lipgloss in Frenzy for luscious lips.
Her second look is even more striking! For those cutting shapes use Cream Blusher in Devour along with Powder Eye Shadow in Savage. Use Medium Pencil in S.O.P.H.I.E to design those perfectly sculptured eyebrows. Apply Intense Lipgloss in Repulse for ebony lips!
David Stocker’s bold, carnival look is amazing! To create those intense black lines around the lips, eyes and eyebrows use Medium Pencil in S.O.P.H.I.E. Begin with Powder Eye Shadow in Sex from right under the brow, then take NEW Powder Eye Shadow in Apex for a bold contrast. Precision Ink in Scribe can be used against the fine black lines. Take Powder Blusher in Intrigue and Excite to highlight and define certain areas of your face. Lipstick in Liable for an orange/red shine would finish this look off just perfect!
The detail in Brittany Martin’s eye design here is brilliant! Use Powder Eye Shadows in Apex, Sister and Daemon, blending together to create that sun-kissed look. Take Powder Eye Shadow in Never and with a fine brush create soft, fine waves. Precision Ink in Abyss can be used to draw on the cute, little birds. Use Lipstick in Box for striking lips topped off with a coat of Intense Lipgloss in Stranger.
Diana looks beautiful here! My personal favourite piece of this look are her eyebrows, so bold and strong! For a similar heavy brow take Medium Pencil in Severe and structure a new shape. Precision Ink in Scribe can be used to draw small spots around the eyes, as well as Cream Blusher in Laid under the eyes and against the cheeks.
Thomas Westwood’s make-up looks so cool here! For bold eyebrows begin with Medium Pencil in S.O.P.H.I.E to draw a new, arched shape. Then take Powder Eye Shadow in Obsidian, Sex with a hint of Liquid Metal in Stoic for a powerful smokey eye. Use Precision Ink in Abyss on your lash to intensify the eye and using the same liner draw a a water-like line down your face.
Hope you have enjoyed this week’s alter ego gallery and it has given you some inspirational ideas for the weekend!