Sunday, 9 November 2014

Versace inspired make-up look!

Hey beautiful people! 
so I'll be talking or should I say, "typing" you through how I achieved this look on my gorgeous model! 
I was given a project ,to create a mood board based on a designer ,and create a whole makeup look based on what I had found ! 
I decided to do a Versace inspired look with my own twist to it ! 
As seen below ...
I began by applying a primer which was the (fix and perfect pro primer by rimmel ) and a brilliant foundation which I adore, the (wake me up foundation by rimmel) and concealing anything that needed to be concealed using my (Lasting perfection collection 2000)
I followed by contouring my clients cheekbones ,nose and jawline and applying a highlighter to the top of her cheekbones , centre of nose and Cupid's bow, this was using my (contour kit from sleek in light)
I then follwed by applying the same primer to my clients eyelids and left it to dry. 
I then decided to apply from my natural sleek pallet, the lightest shade throughout the inner corner and middle of the eye , I then followed by applying a bronze colour to the crease and blending it all together, creating a subtle smokey eye. 
I followed by applying an exaggerated jet black gel liner , (also rimmel) to my top lash line extending the flick outwards, and I decided to blend it down to the bottom lash line.
I continued by applying these gorgeous shiny rock gems right below the lower lash line ,following up the winged liner. (This was pretty tricky,but I got there in the end!)
Lastly for the eyes I applied a thick pair of lashes to help open up he eyes ,and applied a small amount of mascarra to make them unite with her natural lashes. 
I then followed onto the brows (using my H&M brow pallet), I made them quite defined and gave her a subtle arch, I applied a highlighter right below the arch to help define it and bring out that brow bone! 
Lastly lips! 

Now for the lips I simple applied a clear, high shine gloss and sparsely applied the same rock gems to the lips for that more dramatic yet simple catwalk look! 
 And that was the Complete Versace inspired look !!!

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