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Freelance Make Up Artist and Stylist who shuttles between New York, Italy and Dubai, Anna has been in the Make Up industry since 1996. She trained under Mario Dedivanovic and Scott Barnes in NYC and has a certificate for Hairstyling from Cinema Make Up School A true lover of all the elements of Fashion, she studied Fashion Design and Styling at the prestigious Istituto Europeo Di Design in Milan, Italy.

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

CLEOPATRA DRAG MAKE UP TUTORIAL





























THE LIPS




LINE A LITTLE OVER THE NATURAL LIP LINE WITH MAC STONE LIPLINER. FILL IN WITH L'OREAL'S MILK CHOCOLATE LIP LINER. APPLY MAC LIP LACQUER IN VARNEESH. TO ADD DIMENSION DAB SOME GLITTER ON THE CENTRE OF THE UPPER AND LOWER LIP.









APPLY INGLOT SHIMMER BRICK ON THE CHEEK PLANE ALL THE WAY TO THE HAIR LINE, BRIDGE OF THE NOSE.





APPLY NARS ORGASM BLUSH ON THE APPLES OF THE CHEEKS.





CONTOUR THE CHEEKS EVEN MORE WITH MUFE CONTOUR KIT AND BLEND WITH A KABUKI BRUSH.





USE SILVER GLITTER ON THE BROW BONE.





USE A SYNTHETIC BRUSH DIPPED IN EYE SEAL AND APPLY MAC REFLECTS IN PINK ON THE ENTIRE LID.





WITH A FLAT SHADER BRUSH APPLY A LIGHT PINK SHIMMER SHADOW ON THE BROW BONE FOR HIGHLIGHT.





APPLY INGLOT EYE SHADOW BASE ON THE BROW BONE.





WITH AN INGLOT CONTOUR BRUSH, APPLY A SLIGHTLY LIGHTER FUSCHIA PINK SHADOW ON THE CREASE.










USING AN ANGLED BRUSH DIPPED IN BLACK EYE SHADOW, CUT THE CREASE AND FLICK THE COLOUR UP. MAKE SURE THAT IT REMAINS DARK ON THE CREASE AND IT GETS LIGHTER AS YOU GO UP.





I APPLIED A FUSCHIA PINK EYE SHADOW ON THE LID WITH A MAC 239 BRUSH










THE EYES




I USED COASTAL SCENTS GEL LINER IN SEXY PINK ALL OVER THE LID.




I DREW ROB'S NEW BROWS ON TOP OF HIS REAL BROWS.





THE BROWS




I USED A BLACK LIQUID LINER WITH A MAC ANGLED BRUSH TO DRAW ON ROB'S BROWS




BLEND.





I USED A MAC STICK FOUNDATION TO CONTOUR THE SIDES OF HAIR LINE, TEMPLES, SIDES OF THE NOSE AND JAW LINE.





I DID NOT APPLY MAC STUDIO SCULPT CONCEALER YET NOR HAVE I SET THE BASE WITH ESTEE LAUDER DOUBLE WEAR POWDER. WHEN DOING HEAVY EYES OR GLITTERY EYE LOOKS, I PREFER DOING THE CONCEALER LAST TO ENSURE THAT THE FACE IS CLEAN OF ANY FALL OUTS.





THE BASE.




I PRIMED THE FACE WITH INGLOT'S SILICON BASED PRIMER TO PREVENT THE SKIN FROM GETTING OILY. I APPLIED ESTEE LAUDER DOUBLE WEAR FOUNDATION WITH A FOUNDATION BRUSH TO ENSURE MAXIMUM COVERAGE.





This is such a late post and I know that I have not been posting any make up blog for sometime now. Been very busy. I promise to make the time to post more make up blogs this November as I have picked out a lot of inspirational looks that you all can wear this Holiday Season.






As a start, hope you like this Cleopatra Drag Make Up Blog.














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