It is World Goth Day and to commemorate Sophie Lancaster and to raise awareness for the foundation I am taking part on a collaboration with other Irish YouTubers. It aids in promoting more understanding and respect for the subcultures of our communities. You can read more about this on the Sophie Lancaster Foundation website. Now on to the tutorial
I used the NYX Jumbo Pencil in Milk on the centre of my lid all the way up to my crease and Maybelline’s Color Tattoo* in Timeless Black in the inner and outer third, joining above the Milk pencil. I used my finger to apply these and then a brush to blend out the edges. I used the pale tan shade from the Sleek Ultra Matte V2* palette above my crease and just along the black edge, helping to blend it out.
I then used the racing green shade from the same sleek palette, over the white base. From the Makeup Revolution Lock & Load Palette I used the racing green shimmery shade over the green shadow. I makes the colour really pop.
I then used bareMinerals loose pigment Berry Flambé over the black, making sure to blend it above the green. This required a lot of blending, then adding more colour and blending some more. I did add a small amount of the tan shade in between, just to make sure that colour was still there.
I mirrored the same shadows along my lower lash line using pencil brushes. I did blend it out slightly below. Then from the Lock & Load palette I used the blue/purple shimmery shade (it’s below the racing green) on my tear duct. I used the black Jordana 12hr liquid pencil on my upper and lower waterline. For mascara I used No7 Midnight lash* mascara on my top lashes, I did two coats to make sure my lashes didn’t get lost. On my lower lashes I used Clinique Bottom Lash* mascara. On my lips I used Makeup Revolution Salvation Velvet Lacque in Velvet Blackheart.
For a closer look at how I created this look you can check out the tutorial video below!