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Friday, 14 September 2012

Guest Blogger #2 Jennifer aka thebigburd



Today I would like to introduce my lovely Guest Blogger Jen!  


Jen has kindly done a fabby Halloween Tutorial for you guys, I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I did.  Please nip over and show Jen some love afterwards.. And thank you so much for doing this for me xxx



Leopard Eyes Halloween Makeup Tutorial


Hi dolls 
I'm Jennifer AKA The big burd 
and the lovely Laura has asked me to do  a guest post on her beautiful blog today
now I don't know about you guys but I think this year has totally flown in!!
Before we know it, one of my favourite holidays will be here
HALLOWEEN!
Today I am going to show you how to do a really fun make up tutorial for halloween
now you can go as basic or as extravagent with this look as you want
I'm going to go with something in between! 

What I used






MUA Heaven and Earth Palette 
No 7. Smokey Eyeliner 
Beauty UK Liquid Eyeliner
2 Barry M Dazzle dusts - Gold and Bronze
NYC Jet Black Eyeliner pencil
A selection of eyeshadow brushes 

Step 1





Cover the full lid and right up to the brow with a light shadow
I have used the 4th shade from the right on the top row of the MUA palette 

Step 2 


Using a gold shade 
I used the very last colour on the top row of the MUA palette
cover the entire lid, up through the crease and take it out in a C shape around your eye
This is where you can be as creative as you want, you can take this colour right up to your temples or down to your cheeks if you want a really dramatic look

Step 3 

Next it's time to line your eyes
Use the black pencil to line your waterline (bronze would look good as well)
Then use the No 7. Smokey Eyeliner to line your top lash line 
again be as creative as you want with this to get it looking as feline as possible

Step 4 




Using the Beauty UK liquid eyeliner 
draw a pattern of C shapes and backward C shapes all over your lid 
and out onto the sides of your face and the tops of your cheeks


Step 5


You now want to fill in the C shapes using a combination of the 2 dazzle dust colours 





Step 6 


Now you want to apply some dramatic eyelashes to complete the look!
These particular ones are Eyelure Lashes in 101



Now all you have to do is the other eye and your look is complete!! 
Like I say you can be as creative as you want with this
how about adding some whiskers?
I actually wore this look for Halloween and wore a Leopard print Jumpsuit from H&M and some Leopard ears from ASOS


I hope you all enjoyed this tutorial 
I had loads of fun doing it 



Jen <3 x










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3 comments

  1. This is pretty awesome, something to consider doing for holloween Thanks :)

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  2. Ohhh that's so cool, great guest post lovlies! xx


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