October 11, 2011

Tutorial : Goldie Pink

This post originally made like one week ago, but the internet connection didn't do it's work properly, so pardon my late post, actually, many posts.

So here's i'm making a mix of gold, yellow, pink itself and black. Without making it too much, i sheered the color a little bit and not go too high on the crease to make it more wearable for daytime. Enjoy :)

Goldie Pink Eye Make up

First, i usually fix my eyebrow and then add an eyeshadow base on my crease and lid. And then here i'm adding some gel eyeliner, you can work it with another eye pencil or simply black eyeshadow.

It's no need to be neat, leave it like this, and then you blend it with your brush

Now you have a look like this, perfectly more shaped than before, Make sure it is evenly blended

It's time to add pink or any purple on your lid, let leave the outer lid. Make sure the eyeshadow is pigmented enough to cover the previous black shadow

Then, apply the yellow and/or gold shadow only on yout inner lid and up a little across the crease to enlarge the shadow area

Next, apply the black shadow. The previous black liner work as a hint, start apply on top of the black liner and blend it along the crease (look the black dots). Also, apply the pink shade on your under lashline, on the outer corner, and the gold shade to the inner corner

Apply an eyeliner on your upper lashline, then use a mascara on your upper lashes and under lashes. And (optional) use a fake eyelashes.

Product Used :
Sariayu 25th Eyeshadow Palette (Shimmery Black Yellow, Gold, Ivory)
PAC Basic Make Up Palette (Black and White)
Coastal Scents 88 Original Palette (Pink)
Viva Eyebrow Pencil
Maybelline Magnum Mascara
MAC Fluidline Gel Liner
Ellise Fake Eyelashes

Bloopers after the tutorial photoshoot

thank you ~


Fenny Wang said...

wohoo!! you are finally back!
been missing your tutorial darling!!
God knows how many times a day I checked out your blog for new post.
So anyway, I <3 this one, as per usual. Though gold and pink are never my color I'll substitute them with light blue and green when I recreate this look.
Though I think using black base is a bit bold for day look? perhaps should go with brown instead?

Gita Ayunda Hasanusindhy said...

wowww, youre waiting for mee? hehe.
haha, i know how it feels, though.

yes, you can use a brown instead, yeah maybe too much for day look, but i usually tricked it for not apply it too high (across a crease a little), so it only appears when you close your eyes, haha

thank you anw, Fenny :)