Mar 16, 2010

Spring of hearts


Today was sunny day, and I wanted to use my new MUFE #20 Star powder since i think it's really warm and sunny color. I decided to combo it with MAC's Teal and Dark Soul, and as a last touched I added some MAC Melon to the look. And I also "found" thick liners again :D

And full face, and my new hair color :D

Then something complately different.

I originally designed this look (and especially the hat) for MUG's Alice challenge, but the look didn't came up as cool I hoped it would, so I'm perhaps gonna redo this whole idea. Hat is probably not gonna change (I kinda like it that way, thou it was supposed to have a small golden crown, not feathers), but I still have to work with the wig and makeup.
What color wig would my Queen of Hearts have? Do I keep it red, or change it to white, blon or black?

And bad closeup of the eyemakeup, you can see that there's actually a heart in there. And the smudges on the lower lashline are made in purpose, I wanted it look like she had cried black tears or something:

But hey, tomorrow I'm gonna see Burton's Alice in the theater! Hopefully it'll be be good and inspiring *g*


  1. The first look is really stunning! I might try something like that myself too ;)

  2. I love your Queen of Hearts interpretation.

  3. Wow, i love it :))) You're so beautiful!

  4. Positively in love with your Queen of Hearts look :3 I think she'd have a red wig! It might be a bit of red overload, but yeah. Either black or red.

  5. waouuuu!!that's just georgeous!!


  6. Even your "bad" makeup is amazing! I think your Queen of Hearts interpretation was fantastic :)

  7. Oh wow i LOVE both looks. The first one is very fresh and beautiful but the Alice look is so much fun and amazingly applied.

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  9. I really like the look! I loved Alice in Wonderland.


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