Welcome Jasmin or Min Min as we like to call her to my blog :)
So my little Sister Jasmin came round for tea last night, tea turned into her staying over and staying over meant I could do some make up on her, normal thing to do to your lil sis right?! I love doing my make up and as I want to pursue it as a career I take every chance to do my sisters make up so I can practice on someone I can make mistakes on. Doing something else's make up is so different to doing your own but so enjoyable!! I find it really calming in a way because I have to really focus on what I'm doing my mind just can't focus on anything else. I needed to practice doing eye liner on someone else, so we opted for this rather dramatic cat eye cut crease look and of course I thought I would blog about it :)
Next I put Verve from the Urban Decay Naked 2 palette all over her lid up to the pretend crease, I chose Verve because we added silver glitter later on but you can pick what ever colour you fancy.
After that I added Blackout from the Naked 2 palette on top of the eyeliner, making the line more intense, thinker and blended. I didn't blend the blackout as much as I normally would as I wanted an intense line.
I don't think you can really tell in the picture but I added NYX Glitter on the go - Crystal to the lid. Using Mac's Fix+ on a brush to make the glitter stick to the lid.
We then thought we may's well go for a little more drama so I extended the black to create a winged eye liner affect, taking it up to the eyebrow, this really extended Jasmin's natural eye shape.
Add some lashes and there you go, a really dramatic, cat eye, glitter look. I really liked this look and if you've got the confidence to do it then go for it, it's a great look to change to any eye shape by just moving where you draw the fake crease, making this wearable for everyone!!
On the rest of Min Min's face -
Mac Studio Sculpt Foundation
Mac Studio Finish Concealer
Mac Pro longwear Concealer - under her eyes
Benefit Hoola Bronzer
Sleek Blush by 3 - Suger 364
Rimmel Apocalips - Luna (review here)
This look does look more complicated than it is, it's super easy and I didn't use a lot of products, just as long as you get the cut crease in the correct place then your good to go.