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Step 1: I outlined my
eyelids with Wet N Wilds Turquoise 659-C eyeliner
Step 2: I applied Zauders White Face Cream with a triangular sponge to my face, ears, neck, and collar bone area. To prevent streaks, pile the face paint on thick and then pat it with the sponge. At first I tried using silver, but white ended up being a better base coat
Step 3: With a large blush brush I applied Mary Kays Hyacinth eyeshadow that comes in powder form in a tube. It gave me a nice blue base to work from.
Step 4: With the same large blush brush I applied Mary Kays Aqua eyeshadow to the edges of my face, side of my nose and neck
Step 5: I then used Kryolans Stauss Wine face paint/makeup for the nose and lips, covered by a layer of Maybelline Lux Lilac D-28 eyeshadow
Step 6: Using an angle eyeshadow brush I filled in my eyebrows, outlined my eyes and made the bridge of my nose look wider by drawing sharp angular lines down it and adding a darker blue to the sides.
Step 7: With the W&W
Turquoise eyeliner I added lines where I wanted the stripes to be, I started light so that I could erase them if I messed up. I did end up making the middle stripe smaller
Step 8: I then thickened the stripes and filled them completely in with with eyeliner.
Step 9: Using the angular eyeliner brush I used LOreals Night Fever
eyeshadow to color in the stripes and give them a softer edge. I also darkened the hair line a little more
Step 10: Using the Night Fever, Rimmel-The Blues, and LOreals HIP-Showy 224 I completed an exaggerated cat eye
Step 11: Along the way I added highlights on the bridge of the nose and cheekbone with white
Step 12: I tried to add silver freckles, but they didnt show up well on camera, so I added some sparkles that I had left over in my Ice FX kit.
(also don't forget mascara and eyelashes are optional)