Hi guys! Welcome back to my channel. So in this video i want to present to you a makeup look tutorial like this. Vampy looks kind of things Basically that looks like this. So if you want to know how to get this look, Just keep on watching! I’m going to skip this ahead to eyes part, Because for foundation and etc, i use the same one as usual.
And i’ve dropped all the products that i used on the description box below. Now i have applied some concealer as eyeshadow base. And i set it with powder. If you want to make the eyeshadow colors look more intense, You can use some eyeshadow primer Or you can put concealer or foundation on your eye lids And set them with powders.
If you finished with them, we’re going to the colors from the eyeshadows. For transition color i’m going to put on a light color. Here i’m using a palette from Two Faced Chocolate Bar Palette. I’m going to use the shade Milk Chocolate.
For transition colors are usually bright shades, And often used for blending colors that are too bold. These colors can be use as transition colors. But i personally prefer more chocolate shades as transition colors.
So i’m going to use this Milk Chocolate shade. And i’ll apply this on all over my lids. For transition colors i usually use a fluffy brush, That has a lot of bristles. And the shape of the brush itself is quite wide, like this.
This one is from Masami Shouko number 38. I’m going to apply it on the top of my lid. Like this. If you want to make the color look softer, You can set the eyeshadow with white eyeshadow or maybe another bright shades.
But if you want to make it more intense, You can just put it on right after you set them with powders. And i’m going to apply it like this. I apply this on a circular motion So the upper part will look much softer than the below ones.
But you have to make sure the color is perfectly blended on the lids. So there’s no lines will be seen. If you’re done, we’re going to the next color. Next one we’re going to put a darker color. Now i’m using this palette from Juvia’s The Masquerade Palette.
I’m using this color. The shade we’re going to put on next has to be darker than before. And i’ll apply this above the transition color before Using more flatter and shorter brush. The function is not to blend the color but to put it on.
I apply it on this area. Above my lid. I’m just going to apply it like this. If we’re finished with that color, we’re going to the next color. Here i already put on the 3rd color. And to emphasize those colors, i’ll put on darker shade.
I’m using the shade ‘Ada’ This shade is looks like red brick. By the way, you can use any color and not exactly like i’m using. But you only to make sure the compositions of the colors are right. Put it on this area.
Put it on top of the second color. Put it on carefully. The more intense it looks, the better. Blend the upper part to make it less bold. Now we’re making the cut crease part. We’re going to “cut” the lids with concealer.
If you want to make a cut crease, you can use any concealers. But i suggest to use an oil-based concealers To make it easier to cover all those eyeshadows over. For making a cut crease i personally likes to use a concealer from Naturactor.
I’ve tried using a concealer from Maybelline Instant Age Rewind, It was fine, but the formula was somewhat setted up too quick. So when i drew it to make a cut crease was dried out quickly. So i prefer to use this Naturactor.
And i’m going to draw the cut crease longways Because i want to make it looks like wing. So i’ll draw this longways to the tip of my eyes. I apply it on the center part first. And then i open my eyes wide And on that mark we’d know how far we can draw the cut crease.
So if we want to make wider lids, We can follow the border on that mark before. And after that, before we go to other eyes We have to estimate if it looks good already or not While we measure it on the mirror If we open our eyes it still can be seen or not And if they’re not we could draw more length to it But we have to make sure it won’t cover up the eyeshadows we put on earlier.
After that we set them up with an eyeshadow For this cut crease part, actually will suits better if we use a shimmer shadow But if you want to put on a matte shadow first then then the shimmer it could also works.
And this time i will put on a bright shimmer eyeshadow I’m using this shade ‘Old Money’ from Two Faced Chocolate Bar Palette. So if we drew the cut crease first, then cover it up with shimmer eyeshadow, There will be a “border line” between the eyeshadows we put on earlier.
It’s like there’s a clear line between them. And looks like we have another “new” lids. So here i’m almost done with the eye parts and i also have put on some eyeliners. For the eyeliner, because i drew a longwise cut crease Thus i drew a little more dramatic winged liner.
Not a little actually, it is dramatic. Now i’m going to put some fake lashes. And if you choose to make this style of cut crease, Choose a volumed fake lash, but not stacky. Like there’s still some spaces in it, so you can still “show off” the cut crease.
Here i’m using mink fake lashes from Mix Dair. I bought this from shopee and i’ll put the link on the description box. It’s from the series 3D02. When i said thick but has some spaces in it, i mean it looks like this.
It looks thick but not too stacky and furry, And there’s a lot of space in it. So this kind of fake lashes are suits the best with cut crease look. Because even though it’s volumed, the cut crease style will actually looks better with this kind of lashes.
Here’s how it looks. Like it gives some gap, But the cut crease style can still be seen. But if you put super thick and fibrous lashes, It will cover up the cut crease and not balanced with the eye makeup.
And here i chose this lashes that on the tip of them are a little lengthy. Because i drew winged liners earlier. So it gives you effects that your eyes looks more wider than your actual ones. Now we’re going to under eyes part, but it’s preference.
But i personally likes to put on nude eye shadows rather than black eye shadows. But today i want to make an experiment. So first i’m going to put a black eyeliner on this area. And the rest of it i’m going to put on nude eyeliner.
And after that i’m going to contour my face. I’m using Bahama Mama from The Balm for contouring, as usual. For nose contour i’m using from Purbasari. This one has more cool undertone than the Bahama Mama one But for nose contouring it looks so good, especially in front of camera.
Because the shade is so intense and making your nose naturally look pointed. So i often used this for photos and other filming necessities. And for the blush i choose an eyeshadow from Huda Beauty Palette In the shade Henna, i only use like a tap of it.
I put it on this area first. And on the other area i’m going to put on this shade Mane Ater Just a liiittle bit. Now i’m going to highlighter. I’m using Master Chrome highlighter from Maybelline. After that i’m going to put on black eyeliner as my lipliner.
Is it going to look good? I guess it is… Okay so here’s the final look. Thank you guys so much who have watched my video until the end. I hope you guys enjoy it, and i’ll see you guy on my next video.