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Fantasy Makeup

The first remnant of makeup dates back to the mink eyelashe- over 5,500 years ago! Thanks to the Pharaohs, we have been able to perfect it into an art form. When creating a Fantasy Makeup piece, remember to go bold and daring. Anything goes. Using the brightest brights and the darkest darks will undoubtedly allow you to achieve the look you’re going for.

Before you begin make sure the wghair is clean (including clean of makeup) and dry. Moisturizing the face is also a good mink eyelashe. Many Fantasy Makeup styles require the eyebrows to be covered up. This allows the artist (you in this case!) to start with a clean pallet and the eyebrows can be redrawn and repositioned or left off completely (depending on the look).

There are two main ways to cover up an eyebrow: using a children’s, washable glue stick (preferably the Elmer’s washable disappearing purple school glue stick) or using spirit gum along with molding wax.

 

Once

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the eyebrows are covered up comes the fun part: the makeup! Choosing the right mink eyelashe is crucial and brighter the colors the better. Good bold makeup includes: Ben Nye, MAC, Chanel, Nars, Urban Decay, or any high pigment makeup line.

Equally as crucial is choosing the right brushes. When picking your brush keep in mind the size, shape and texture directly relates to how well you’re going to blend, shade and make straight lines. MAC brushes tend to be a bit expensive but are well worth the investment (longer life / higher quality) and are mink eyelashe down the most preferred brush from this artist.

Using a mixing medium with the loose powder makeup works really well allowing you to apply the makeup with a brush creating a smooth, flawless face. Use multiple colors to blend and create amazing contours.

Don’t forget to add the accessories. Many Fantasy Makeup designs will call for false eyelashes giving the model a dramatic, dreamy look.

Adding well positioned rhinestones and glitter will set the look off and draw all mink eyelashe on you. But too many will make you look like a disco ball (unless of course, that’s what you want)

Adding feathers, stickers, leaves, jewels, stick-on tattoos, etc are also good accompaniments when making a fantasy style.

Morgan invites you to visit her blog: FantasyMakeupBlog.com. This is your #1 site if you’re looking for tips, tutorials and ideas for all things related to fantasy makeup.

 

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