Monday, August 10, 2009

MakeUp Tutorial - Perfectly Pastel.

Hey everyone, I've got another makeup tutorial for you, Enjoy! :)
To get the Perfect Pastel look...

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1. Blusher - To start the look off, I used the light pastel pink blush from DOT and applied it to fill up the cheek. It's barely noticeable which is better if you're looking for a pastel look.

2. Eyeshadow coat 1 - Next I applied 1 coat of bright blue eyeshadow/pencil to the eye as seen in picture. (Sorry it's no longer available in the starplaza). :[

3. Eyeshadow coat 2 - After the first coat I applied a second coat but this time of the bright purple/pink eyeshadow/eyepencil and made sure to cover over all of the blue. (Also unavailable, so sorry).

4. Eyeshadow coat 3 - Next, to tone the colour down a bit I used the white eyeshadow from Sephora but this colour can also be found in DOT now. And again, I made sure to cover over all of the blue & purple.

5. Eyeshadow coat 4 - (I know, wow, a lot of eyeshadow is being used in this tutorial lol) I used a bit of light blue eyeshadow at each side of the eye to lift it up a bit. (Also unavailable :[).

6. Mascara - Next I moved on to use the volumising mascara (Which you can also find in DOT, it's the same but it just looks different). Make sure to apply it fully over the eyelashes.

7. Liquid-liner - Next I used a light stroke of black liquid liner. Just to make the eye stand out more. :)

8. Eye-pencil coat 1 - Again, like I did in the first tutorial, I applied a small bit of white eye pencil in the corner of the eye just to give it more of a glow and to help it stand out!

9. Eye-pencil coat 2 - Next I used the ice blue eye pencil from DOT and put it around the top of the eye.

10. Eye-pencil coat 3 - Lastly, I used a darkish purple colour to again make the eye stand out and for the finishing touch! :) (Also unavailable).

I am so sorry that most of the makeup I use isn't available in the starplaza anymore. But You can always find a sub for each and just follow the steps. :)

Did you like or dislike this tutorial? Tell me your opinions in the comments please. :)

Thank you,

Ciara. x



Sara/cutie07392 said...

Another job well done!
I was happy to see that you did a purple/pastel look.
I was the one who suggested that (:

Ciara said...

Yeah, I thought I would do it since you suggested it! :) Thank you. x

Aaliyah/hip-hop-girl123 [On SD] said...

Awesome :]
Also, there are some blues and purples available in DOT still.

Aaliyah/hip-hop-girl123 [On SD] said...

Awesome :]
Also, there are some blues and purples available in DOT still.

chicago3 said...

Love it! I love the way you showed pictures and gav edetailed instructions. Bravo!


filipinhamaria said...

I like the palette of colours very soft, it makes a fresh look. U have very good taste.

Rab92 said...

I Don`t Like The Pastel Colours. I Like The Real Bright Colours.
But Everyone Is Different, & It Helps Others With Their Makeup

Anonymous said...

wow, really pretty =)

yekin said...

Very nice :)

PapaPaparazzi said...

I love this one :]

2_cutecarla said...

Ciara your awesome.

Anonymous said...

I think it's too much purple on the base. But I like purple a lot, and your step by step pictures. I think it will help those who like to play with color. I can't wait for the next one, cute.


VampireLady33 said...

love it! we want more :P

Anonymous said...

Great job Ciara. I love these lil tips as suck at stardoll make-up.


*Sorry to lazy to log on

Bluegreen86 said...

Oh wow! This is so amazing, your so talented at makeup!

_kool_kat_1 said...

your very good!

i like this one its so ...FRESH! LOL

katara4 said...

i really like it...
and i think too, that's looking fresh :p

Zoƫ said...

It's lovely, I like the way that you've put two different colours together on the eyeshadow.


Zoe x

Regina said...

awesome job ^^ you're very talented :)

Unknown said...

Thank you for this demonstration of make-up, it is very beautiful and precise,
I love!!!
Very good job!!!

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