Easy Mad Hatter Look




Introduction: Easy Mad Hatter Look

About: Find me on YouTube.com/msmaomaoz and facebook.com/msmaomaoz.

This was just a random look I as inspired to do after getting a new makeup pallet. Subscribe to my Youtube page to support me! <3

Step 1: Foundation

First I put on foundation and concealer then set it all with a powder.

Step 2: Pink

Getting this pink color called Cake I contoured my nose, hallows of my cheeks and forehead.

Step 3: Eyes

Using NYX jumbo pencil in white as an eye base, then I put a light blue on my lid dragging it up to my brow, then getting a dark blue I blended that to the side. Repeat same steps on the other side only use purple.

Step 4: Under Eye

Using the red color for the under eye

Step 5: Eye Brows

I used the jumbo eye pencil to set my eyebrows then I colored one blue and one purple opposite to the eyes.

Step 6: Hightlights

Using two of the light pink/white colors I highlighted my cheek bones, nose, and lips.

Step 7: White

Using white liquid eyeliner I added freckles, then I covered my lashes in the white.

Step 8: Eyelashes

I made ONLY THE TOP LASHES white blue and purple.

Step 9: Lips

Outlined in purple, then filled in with this lipstick called the mad hatter.

Step 10: Eyebrows

I then frilled out my eyebrows a little

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    4 years ago

    I have to say I have seen a few of your face painting projects now and you have a keen eye for art. You stated that you were tired from working. I wonder are you doing similar type work or is this just your hobby? With your very capable ability, I could easily see you doing some unusual makeup for movie props and such. It has to be really difficult painting your own face as opposed to doing someone else's face. Keep posting new facial portraits.


    Reply 4 years ago

    Thank you so much! That's very nice of you. This is just a hobby, for now. I hope to make it my job sometime but I've only been teaching myself for a little over a year and a half so I still have a long way to go. I work in retail. >.< No fun. Haha. I'll keep posting! I love hearing from people and what everyone thinks so thank you!