Today we are doing another Thor-inspired makeup look. When creating this look, I was really inspired by the movie poster and the background colors of the poster. If you haven’t seen the poster, I recommend you check it out.
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When I was creating this look I wanted it to be colorful but not over dramatic. It was really easy to create and I want to share it with you.
I used the beauty Bay Bright‘s palette for this look and only a few colors from this palette. I’ve shown you this palette many times because I really love it. If you wanna get a really colorful different range of shades that are colorful this is my suggestion of the palette to invest in. It has so many different colors to choose from different ranges and it’s really affordable. There are 42 colors in the beauty bay brights palette. And a lot of the time you can get it on sale usually it’s $25 but you can get it on sale for $10 or $15. Also, this palette has major pigment and pay off, it has a great staying power. I really like it because it’s cruelty-free and vegan-friendly. I’ve had this palette for a while and I don’t even know if I’ve ever used all the shades.
We’re going to stay on the light side of this pallet which is the left-hand side. We’re gonna start by putting a base down and then I started with white lies the white shade. To give those colors are really something to be bright underneath but then not too bright, we don’t want it to be overpowering. First I started mapping out the shape I wanted and I want that blue shade to go last so we’re gonna kinda start there and work inward. So we’re gonna pick up daydream and really make the shape we want of this eye look. After we have the shape and daydream placed, we’re gonna pick up livin for lavender and tap in the middle kinda pick it up on my finger tap it in the middle Then bring the shade into the crease, so it kinda has that more brightness of the purple. The purple also needs to blend into the blue, softly blend. After that, I picked up sweet tooth and kind of packed it on my inner corner and blend it into the purple and on my lower lash. When I was done with my lower lash with the pink I used what was left on the brush of the purple and added that to the middle of my lower lash and up to the blue. Then I popped on these natural lashes from our Ardell. I love how this is really dreamy. Makes you feel like you’re in the clouds of the love and thunder movie poster.
I got behind this week for the blog because I’m working on so many different projects for Powders, ERP, and my new school year. So many things have been happening for Powders in the last month and week that I’m losing track of time. Soon I will be able to share all the news.