Oct 23, 2010

Tutorial: Sad, but wicked geisha doll


And it's tutorial time again!

It's the wicked geisha look I mentioned in my previous post.
I'm a bit tired and not feeling so well, so try not to mind all the typos and weird descriptions and all :P

I used:
Sugarpill Dollipop (pink)
Sugarpill Love+ (red)
Sugarpill Bulletproof (black)
Sugarpill Taco (white)
Sugarpill Poison Plum (purple)
Black eyeliner
 Start with white base. Cover your eyebrows too:

Use bright pink and for example piece of paper to do sharp edges to cheeks:

Take bright red color and create another sharp edgeto about the hight of you brows, and fill the space between pink and red, so it looks gradient:

Use pink and red again to make "brows" a little bit above your real brows:

 Extend the pink to the side of your nose.
Then start shaping the eyeshadow:

I'm sorry, I totally forgot to take pictures from this step, but I'll try to explain.

After shaping the inner part of the eye with black, use purple for blending. Then take some pink to blend the purple.
Then apply red to your outer half of the lid as pictured:

Extend the shape with black, and a bit more pink to above crease:

 Make quite thick black liner to half lower lashline:

Then line your eye ewith liquid liner, do wings both outer and  inner corner:

Then lips. Use red liner to do small lips, and add some pink in the middle:

Then make eyebrows (I used liquid liner), add white to waterline, and add mascara:

And finally apply false lashes, I used  Marlliss 032 on upper lashline, and Elise Faux Eyelashes #452 on lower lashline:

Finish with wig, and done!

And with glasses :D

And with my son:

And guess what?

I'm gonna continue the theme, next look is this!


  1. the ones with the glasses and your son are the coolest photos ever!

    Love the tutorial, too bad my skin cant handle stuff all over my face, id love to do looks like these.

    please continue with this, its inspiring and very entertaining :)

  2. Your son is soooooooooo cute! I wish all the best to your family! :)
    Then I would have a wish for a tutorial: I've always wanted to make-up my eyes to look like asian (Japanese) no-crease-kinda-eyes... if you know what I mean...? I just don't know how to do it. It would be so great if you could show me how! :)
    Thanks for you beautiful and inspiring blog! Especially I love-love-loooove your fantasia-imaginative-tutorials and make-ups! Keep up the good work! :)

  3. Awesome! You made it look so easy and the result is spectacular. You have such a cute son, sweet picture :D

  4. Ugh this is so amazing. I especially like the pink below the "brows" :D

  5. wow. that was done so well. great tutorial!

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  6. Heei (:

    Kaksi aisaa joista esimmäinen koskee tätä lookia: näytit viime postauksessa tätä hieman ja olin innoissani, mutta kun näin tekovaiheet ja lähempää kuvaa olen sitä mieltä että tämä olisi ehdottomasti hieno, mutta suttuisesti tehty ;ss

    Jaaaa sitten olen haaveillut jo jonkin aikaa jos tekisin videtutoriaalin...? (: <3

  7. Hupsis, kirjoitin vahingossa viimeiseen lauseeseen "jos tekisin videtutoriaalin"

    Tarkoitin 'jos tekiSIT videotutoriaalin' :D

  8. always amazing... you're an artist !


  9. Shit vad grym du är! Helt galet! Den här bloggen ska jag verkligen börja läsa! hehe

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  10. next is gyaru theme??

    can't wait to see it!

  11. Hi!
    I visit your blog regularly, and I must say, I have never seen anything this amazing.
    Thanks for the show!
    And your son looks soooo precious!
    Hugs from Denmark

  12. you and your babe look cute!!!
    love geishas...


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