So here is a tutorial video I found.
So here is a tutorial video I found.
It’s coming up to Halloween and you have no idea what you are going to dress up as? Have no fear, here are 13 (Unlucky for some) examples of Cheshire cat make up to get you inspired.
Source ( Beautylish)
Source (DaisyDisaster on Flickr)
I don’t think this is actually a Cheshire Cat but it could be.
Here are a few bonus tutorials:
I have a soft spot for posting pictures of People wearing Lichtenstein Makeup. some of my most viewed blog posts of all time are collections of Lichtenstein make up images and I’ve also posted a tutorial I found online which people seemed to like.
So I was pleasantly surprised when twitter suggested I follow @C0LOUREDLIGHTS (Tumblr) a Glasgow based make up artist and upon looking at her profile saw an example of Lichtenstein style make up. Looking through her Tumblr I found yet another which made me even happier:
It’s been a while since I’ve posted any Disney stuff, this collection of Disney eye make-up by Katie Alves is stunning.
While randomly surfing the net I cam across the Images above and wondered what the source was it turns out someone at LADY ART LOOKS has put together a tutorial on how to do Pop art and Lichtenstein make-up. Since that seems to be the number one driver of traffic to my blog I’ve decided to put the tutorial here:
I also found another two tutorials so I’ve posted them here too:
I’ve seen an image floating around the net a few times of a girl with Anime eye makeup, and while it’s not rocket science this tutorial will tell you exactly how to do it yourself. The girl babbles for about a minute at the start you can probably skip that.
I found some of these images on Gradient Magazine who describe it as a “Transfomers Inspired” photoshoot byAdriana Gerasimova’s AddMinimal Studio, while they managed to find the source of the images, it turns out that this isn’t transformers inspired at all. According to Add Minimal’s own site on the Behance Network the makeup and costumes are inspired by:
“… traditional folklore garments related to typical rituals in the regions of Bulgaria”
Not Transformers at all… Although I can see how you’d mistake that from the image above…
These are some of the images of UV makeup I’ve seen in a while.
More images after the Jump… Continue reading “Awesome UV Makeup Based On Traditional Bulgarian Folk Dress…”
I had a quick look at the stats for my blog just there and I noticed that one post was getting a shed load more hits than any of the others:
I don’t get very many hits, so 40 in one day for an old post titled Cool Lichtenstein Pop Art make up is pretty impressive for me and all because I posted this image I randomly found online:
It’s a cool photo, and I predict that this year there will be many copy-cat photo’s taken for Halloween…
On the off chance that anyone gets to this blog post and wants inspiration I found an article with in progress photo’s of someone doing something similar on a blog called illusion360. It was apparently for a Halloween photo-shoot for MAC Makeup.
I think it’s really cool but I’m not sure I think it’s as good as the one in the original article.
You also might find this image of a girl with pixelated makeup pretty cool.
The article its from is in French (I assume, I didn’t actually read it, but it’s not English) but you don’t need to be able to read to rip it off this Halloween.
That is all really, I don’t have much more to say, if everyone who viewed that original blog post clicked on an ad I’d probably make at least a 50p! that would be awesome… Unlikely but awesome none the less…
Here are a couple of examples of someone who has tried the Lichtenstein look from flickr:
Incidentally after just a little bit of digging I managed to find out that the original picture was by an artist/photographer? called Eva Mueller here is another awesome example of her work:
In case you hadn’t guessed I’m having trouble sleeping…