Dark Shadows’ Angelique Inspired Makeup Tutorial
“And burn, baby, burn!” Don’t you just love her? I don’t know about you, but I secretly wish for Barnabas and Angelique to end up together. They’re such a sexy couple! Here’s my take on Angelique’s makeup which is inspired by the one she wore during the Collins’ Ball. My Dark Shadows’ Angelique Inspired Makeup Tutorial can be viewed at my new Youtube Channel. :)
I love her so much that I even did my hair! My curling iron has failed me countless times (or I just suck at it) so I decided to try out Curlformers instead. They are all the rave online! And now I know why. They DO work! :D And to think I used these on dry hair with no curling or hair products whatsoever (except for hair spray to make the curls last longer).
Angelique and I clearly have different skin tones. So in an effort to be true to the look, I used a foundation which is two shades lighter than mine. But you used BB Cream! I know. But BB Cream can be used as moisturizer, face primer or foundation. Owkies? :)
Krave Minerale Mineral Concealer
Ever Bilena Eyebrow Pencil (Brown)
Covergirl Eyeshadow Quad (Country Woods)
Shawill Blemish Balm Cream (03)
Nichido Concealer Pencil
L’oreal HIP Cream Shadow Paint (Secretive)
Props, Tools, & Cosmetics Mardi Gras Palette
Nichido Kohl Pencil (Onyx)
Shawill False Eyelashes
Maybelline Lash Stiletto Mascara
Krave Minerale Luxurious Perfection Mineral Foundation (Cafe Latte)
Maybelline Clear Smooth Shine Free Blush (Berry)
Red Lipstick (can’t read the label anymore! T.T)
NYX Round Lipgloss (clear)
Oooh! Luscious red! The clear lipgloss on the center of your lips gives ‘em dimension and will not look flat on pictures. :)
P.S. Did you notice the wing earring I wore? :D Ahhhh! Can’t get enough of her. She’s too perfect…and crazy. She’s a crazy woman but I love her still. :) Inspiration picture.
Ending with goofy photos of myself! XD I take A LOT of pictures for every look, sift through everything and pick out the best shots for every post. Blogging is some serious stuff! Smiling and smizing in front of the camera can be VERY tiring…the result? TADA!