Saturday, December 29, 2012

Madd Tutorial 32

Well sadly this is not the tutorial I wanted to write tonight, buuuuuut it is still awesome!

The tutorial I was going to do involved white and blue, however a good portion of the pictures didn't turn out ,so I am going to have to re-shoot some of them and get that tutorial to you all next week :)

To tide you over here a lovely more neutral look using Frankenberry and The Winchester!

Slap some Base and Awesome Sauce on your lids and let's get this party started!!

First on the lid is going to be Frankenberry

Slather Frankenberry on the first half of the eye lid and on the first half out the lower lash line.

Grab The Winchester

Apply The Winchester to the second half of the eye lid, along the outer lower lash line, into the outer crease, and slightly above the crease.
Blend Frankenberry into The Winchester.
Use Frankenberry as a brow highlight and to soften the edge of The Winchester.

I added winged black liner to the top lid and as smoked out black liner to the bottom to finish off this look, but I think this would look lovely with a brown liner.

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Madd Tutorial 31

This look was inspired by a character's makeup on a show I was watching last weekend.
I really fell in love with the idea, so I created the same color idea and then added my own touches.

As always I applied some NYX base and Awesome Sauce. 
Keep your Awesome Sauce out after applying it because you are going to need it for the liner portion of this look!

Grab the lovely Desert Punk

Desert Punk is going to be applied to the whole eye lid and lower lash line.

Then with a stiff brush I applied my NYX jumbo eye pencil in Milk as the base for my colorful liner.

It's ok if this looks wonky because it will be covered up. I just used this to give the piggie liner something to grab onto.

Now for the liner color Witch's Brew

Using the back of my hand I applied an almost pea sized drop of Awesome Sauce and an equal amount of Witch's Brew.
Mix the two together using a soft liner brush

Apply mixture over the white guide line you created earlier. Once you  have the Witch's Brew liner the way you like it be sure to set it by patting some dry Witch's Brew over top the still dewy liner.
To finish this look off I added a smokey black liner to the bottom lid and applied mascara

Hope you enjoyed and thank you for stopping by to look!

Saturday, December 15, 2012

Madd Tutorial 30

Seasons Greeting!
It being the holidays and all I figured that a holiday look was in order! 
This one was  inspired by traditional X-Mas colors.

Start off by prepping your lids with a base and Awesome Sauce

The first color used in this Holiday look are

Down The Rabbit Hole

Dab a healthy amount of Down The Rabbit Hole onto the inner lid, in the outer crease and along the inner lower lash line.

The second festive color used is Ruby

You're going to apply Ruby to the middle lid and in the outer crease. Blend Down The Rabbit Hole into Ruby. This will make the color transition a slight pinkish tone.

Last color to join the party is The Bride

The Bride is going to be applied to the outer lid, above the crease, and along the outer lower lashing. Blend The Bride into Ruby. You're going to need a few layers of blending with The Bride.  Use a blending brush to blend out the upper portion of where The Bride ends so that there isn't a harsh line.
Also, I used Down The Rabbit Hole as a brow highlight. This also helps ease the harshness of the line.

Add your favorite mascara and line to complete this look.

Thursday, December 6, 2012

Madd Tutorial 29

Today's look is inspired by my cute nails I painted last night, they're light grey with glittery green polka dots.

As always this look was applied over a white base and awesome sauce.

Starting this look off is 
Are you my Mummy?

Apply a generous amount of Are you my Mummy? to the inner lid, slightly into the middle lid and along inner lower lash line.

Next color Sonic Screwdriver

Take some SonicScrewdriver and apply it to the middle of the lid, blending it into Are you my Mummy?
These two color take a little time to blend nicely. You may need to add more of Are you my Mummy?

Last color ReLove

Apply ReLove to the outer lid,outer crease, above the crease and finally along the outer lower lash line.
Blend ReLove into Sonic Screwdriver until a smooth transition between colors is made.

Add your finishing touches and you're done.

I didn't notice the liner was jacked up until I went to edit these >.< ugh! lol

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Madd Tutorial 28

I was at a loss for color ideas this evening, so I asked some lady friends what color combos they would like to see. They responded with Honey Badger,Suckerpunch, and a blue. 
So, I put my thinking cap on and came up with this gem!

Start with a naked eye.  
Apply Pop N Lock & Awesome Sauce

(eye with Pop N Lock & Awesome Sauce applied)

The brushes I used to achieve this look are:
Doe footed blender - Domed shadow - Domed blender - Pointed blender

First on the lid is Honey Badger

Using the pointed blending brush I applied Honey Badger to the inner lid letting it flow into the middle lid, slightly above the crease (basically to where I could feel my orbital bone) and the inner lower lid.

Now take Suckerpunch

Using the same brush, but making sure to wipe it off, apply a good amount of Suckerpunch to the middle lid over lapping Honey Badger. Taking the doe footed blending brush, blend Honey Badger over Suckerpunch adding a little more Suckerpunch as you blend.

Next is Space Oddity

Using the domed shadow brush I applied Space Oddity to the outer lid over the end part of Suckerpunch, the outer lower lid, and the outer crease. Use the doe footed blender to blend Suckerpunch into Space Oddity, adding more Space Oddity as needed. Using the domed blender blend the crease so the it fades into Honey Badger. Also, remember to blend the lower lash line colors.

Lastly I took Mune Glow and applied it as a brow highlight using the domed blender.

Final products

Finished look

Saturday, November 24, 2012

Madd Tutorial 27

Felt like yet again playing with some MORE Doctor Who mattes!

Start out by prepping the eye lid area with Pop N Lock and Awesome Sauce

I started out with Sonic Screwdriver

Put Sonic Screwdriver  on the lid and the inner lower lash line. 
I have no idea why the coloration is so weird. The only thing I could figure was the amount of Awesome Sauce in the area,maybe?

Next Book of Spoilers

Apply Book of Spoilers to the middle lid area.
Blend Sonic Screwdriver into Book of Spoilers.

Last color! The lovely Pandorica.

Pat Pandorica on to the outer lid and along the outer lower lash line
Blend Book of Spoilers into Pandorica.
Also, blend the bottom lash line colors.

Finished look