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This makeup is suppose to allow room for creativity so I will not focus on the colors that I used but rather the application process. I have used this idea on myself for halloween, for avant garde photo shoots, I've added fake blood to the 'pierced' spots for an added gory effect. It's really up to you how you want to expand this makeup. Hope you enjoy this instructable ^_^

**THE LAST STEP CONTAINS A VIDEO OF THE MAKEUP**

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Step 1: Materials

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(Makeup can be purchased at MAC Cosmetics)
(Rivets & Ribbon can be purchased at a Craft store)

Brushes, fluffy and flat
Moisturizer
Paintpot, a base product for holding color and shadow
Powder
Foundation
Eyebrow pencil
Body paint
Eyeshadow
Eyeliner
False Lashes
Cosmetic glue
Makeup sponge
Lip pencil
Rivets
Velveteen ribbon
Scissors

Step 2: Moisturize

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Set out all of your tools and makeup and prepare your skin. Keeping your skin healthy is crucial, and it's especially important when applying makeup that's used for body painting. Cover your whole face with your favorite moisturizer.

Step 3: Brow Cover Up

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This look begins by turning your face into a blank canvas. That means making your eyebrows disappear! This step is all about alternating layers of paintpot with layers of powder. Use a flat brush to apply the paintpot product to your brows, then a fluffy brush to apply powder. Alternate paintpot and powder until you have applied a sufficient amount of layers and the hairs are completely covered. Then, gently, apply foundation or concealer over them, to return them to your own skin color.

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With the brows gone, it's time to re-draw them, dramatically! Hold the eyebrow pencil against your nose, and without drawing, use it to plot the path of the new arch. Make a tiny dot at the inside of your eye, at the top of the eye, and at the outside of the eye. Then, connect the dots into a swooping new eyebrow. Keep the shape simple- about 1/4" wide at the inside of the eye, tapering off at the outside of the eye. Fill in the brow, and repeat with your other eye.
love this look
sabu.dawdy11 months ago
wowwww
svarma31 year ago
lovely loooks awesome :)
This is fantastic!
Creative and so eyecatching ....lovin it hunny :)
xx
Wow - this is total radcakes and super freakin creative. Love the structure of it, and this totally inspires me to get my conceptual beauty on :D
dreadyjazz2 years ago
So neat!!! I mean WOW....
TalitaPeres2 years ago
BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!
That is simply stunning! I love the effect of the rivets with the velvet ribbon, because it is so striking and dramatic, but simple to do.
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