How-to: The purpose of this set was to study in an alternative way the range of textures used in beauty world, starting from facepaint, glitter and then honey - in an unconventional way. Facepaint
First step is to prep the skin with hydrating face tonic and use the vitamin face base, both from Bobbi Brown. I mixed after Face & Body MAC foundation with Mac Strobe in Silverlite for a highlight effect.
For under the eyes I used NARS Radiant Creamy Concealer
The brows were brushed and set using MAC Brow Set Gel
The facepainting was created using aqua colors from Kryolan and Lured & Matte Royal MAC lipsticks blended well into the skin.
The last touch for this look was done using a neutral color from Kryolan Lip Palette. Glitter
The facepaint is the first part of our beauty story created to study the multitude of textures used in makeup, being strongly connected with our Glitter look.
I added after the facepaint, MAC Fix plus + creamy concealer inside the mask to have a creamy base for the glitter.
For the galaxy effect I used MAC Pro Glitter in Fuchsia. Honey
For the third look I used the same routine for prepping and cleaning the skin of glitter like before (using Bobbi Brown Hydrating Face Tonic and Bobbi Brown Hydrating Face Cream).
Before foundation I applied Bobbi Brown Illuminating Moisture Balm to ensure hydrate radiance and I used NARS Sheer Glow in Light 4 for a light coverage.
Also, there was used NARS Radiance Creamy Concealer just where I needed. Eyebrows were brushed and set with MAC Brow Set Gel in Clear.
For the eyes I chose to use Atelier Makeup Paris Palette, same eye shadow used for the top and lower lid, and MAC Pro Pigment in Vanilla for a highlight effect.
The lips color was neutralized with concealer and added a soft touch of creamy highlighter.
Last drop was the honey, carefully applied starting with the forehead.