Jun 11, 2012

Tutorial: Galaxy


Time of another crazy look with tutorial!
In the Plan Nautilus from outer space tutorial I originally was inspired by nebulas and galaxies, but it turned out to be something different, so I wanted to do a real galaxy look too. 

First prime your lid, and apply black base to whole lid and up to brow, just leave a small area untouched (depending how much space you have between lid and brow):

Then apply white base to the part you left untouched:

Then use white shadow in the middle of the white area (I used Sugarpill Tako), and apply some electric blue shadow randomly around the white (Sugarpill Velocity):

Next add pink/purple shadow (I used Sugarpill 2am) around the white and to blend the blue spots a bit:

Blue = Velocity, Purple = 2am = White = Tako:

Next I added some more random spots with Sugarpill Mochi:


Result looks something like this:

Then the fun part, the stars! 
You need a toothbrush (preferably maybe non-used, clean and not your only one!), some water, white eyeshadow (the kind that can be used with water) and then use just use your finger to spray the color from the toothbrush to your lid. It might be first a bit tricky, since you gotta keep your eye closed, but don't give up :D I also used a bit of Sugarpill Lumi to bring extra spark to the stars:

Then you just add liner to upper and lower lashline, and falsies. Mine are Sugarpill Spark False Eyelashes:

And your crazy galaxy look is done!


I'll be posting soon some more serious makeups too, don't worry. :P

24 comments:

  1. This is wonderful! Will defiantly be recreating it soon!

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  2. Amazing! I like the use of the toothbrush, reminds me on painting pictures as a child. Your look came out really great! Love it.

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  3. Thank you sooooo much! This is one of my favourite makeups!

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  4. This make up is so pretty. Loved it so much... Couldn't wear it on a regular day, but for a special night out I'll definitely try it. :)

    hugs&Chanel kisses

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  5. This is absolutely beautiful! :)

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  6. Why are you so damn creative!?
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  7. Whow, I would NEVER imagine that this is how you did it!
    You inspire me a LOT and I have a blog in Portuguese (I'm brazilian) with looks a lot diferente too. I already did a look inspired by stars, but of course it's noot even close to this perfecness! hahah If you could have a look at it: http://www.allmylooks.com.br/2011/10/uma-inspiracao-pras-festas-e-uma.html
    Thanks, love your crazy stuff!

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  8. Totally awesome! I love how you did the stars :)

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  9. Great result! Your idea of doing the stars is awesome, yay for creativity!

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  10. amazing and so creative with the tooth brush :) would never thought of it myself.

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  11. This looks awesome! Too bad I dont have as much eyelid to work with.

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  12. This eyes makup so awesome! But I like it!

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  13. amazing! I like it!

    Love, Iza

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    Rakastan varsinkin näitä sun erikoismeikkauksia! :)

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