onsdag 30. november 2011

Punk / Deathrock / Goth Make-Up Tutorial

This is a look that was requested by Charlotte, a good friend of mine! She's only fourteen, but she's one of the coolest persons I know. She's the keyboardist and female vocalist of my boyfriend's band, CreTura! They're coming out with an album soon, so check them out and stay tuned! But beware, this is metal that gets stuck in your head for DAYS.
Anygays (yup, I just said that), Charlotte wanted me to make a punk make-up video. But then I thought: Do punks really wear more than eyeliner and maybe red or black lipstick? I spoke to a couple of people. One that's actually a punk (or, the closest thing you could find in my city's huge alternative scene), said that I was right, cause that's how ORIGINAL punk was. There's a lot of subgenres, but I only know the subgenres of goth, hahah - Cause that's what I'm into (and metal). So I though of going for deathrock, which is something in between punk and goth (or, well, the ORIGINAL goth, which was tradgoth - Like Siouxsie Sioux). I really like that style, which is more me, cause I'm not a big, flowy dresses and huge skirts person - At least not for everyday. So I wanted to create a look that could work for.. ''both''(?) punks, deathrockers, and tradgoths / goths! I have done a lot of deathrock looks for CreTuras concerts, but Charlotte wanted something she actually could do / wear. So this a pretty simple one. I'm gonna stop writing now.







Products Used:

Face
  • Avon concealer
  • Nothing more, nothing less.
 Eyes
  • Estée Lauder Eyeliner (brows)
  • Random cheap brand palette (red eyeshadow)
  • E.L.F. Liquid Eyeliner (black ofc)
  • MAC Fluidline in Blacktrack
  • Estée Lauder More Than Mascara
Lips
  • MAC Venomous Villains lipstick in Heartless
  • MAC Style Black lipstick in Black Knight

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