Monday, July 29, 2013

Diablo II: Sorceress


Greetings friends! If you have followed my blog for a while, you might have seen some of my Diablo III inspired looks. This look is inspired by the Sorceress from Diablo II, a game which I did play myself a loooong time ago. For this look I wanted to play up on the greens and blues of her character, but do it in a more subtle way. The focus of this look is definitely the lower lash line, which is a bright blue  with a hint of purple inspired by the Sorceress staff and magic. I used a vampy purple on my lips because the Sorceress seems to have a dark lip color as well.  I used mostly all Victorian Disco Cosmetics for this look~
*This look was requested by someone a while back, but I cannot remember who it was! If you are the one who requested it, please let me know so that I can give you credit!



                                                                     Products Used                                                                     
-Fyrinnae Pixie Epoxy
-Victorian Disco Cosmetics eyeshadows in 'NOU', 'Ay Sexy Lady !!', and 'My Feels'
-Urban Decay 24/7 Pencil Liner in 'Chaos'
-Revlon Lash Potion mascara
-Maybelline Age Rewind Dark Circle Eraser in 'Neutralizer'

-Hourglass Immaculate Foundation
-NARS 'Sin' Blush
-Giorgio Armani Rouge d'Sheer Lipstick in #602
-Victorian Disco Cosmetics nail polish in 'Zombie Flesh'


                                                                            Tutorial                                                                         


1. Apply an eyeshadow base. I am using Fyrinnae's Pixie Epoxy as a base for my loose eyeshadows.


2. With a flat brush pat on a shimmery green color. I am using Victorian Disco Cosmetics 'NOU', a mossy green that has a silver-gold sheen in some angles.



3. With a crease brush, apply any dark color on the outer corner, while also using the brush to blend into the all over lid color. I am using Victorian Disco Cosmetics 'Ay Sexy Lady' which is actually a dark purple but looks like a dark green over 'NOU'.




4.  Use a bright blue eyeliner on the waterline or just on the edge of the lower lash line. I used Urban Decay's 24/7 pencil eyeliner in 'Chaos' which is an amazingly bright powder blue.

5. With a small brush, apply a blue eyeshadow on the lower lash line. I am using Victorian Disco Cosmetics 'My Feels', a bright blue with a purple shift.


6. Make any finishing touches. I applied my mascara and cleaned up the lower lash line with my concealer, Maybelline's Age Rewind Dark Circle Eraser.




                                                                           Final Look                                                                     


Thank you for joining my blog once more! I hope you enjoyed the look!
*Some products used were samples sent to me for free.

12 comments:

  1. Love the look and Chaos look super pretty on your lower lash line. I feel like I need to have it now!

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    1. Thanks!I swatched it on my hand when I went to Ulta recently and it looked so amazing that I had to buy it! It looks really awesome on the waterline :)

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  2. what an awesome look! you rocked it!

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  3. Love this eye makeup,blue eyeliner in your water lines has made your eyes more beautiful <3

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  4. This is gorgeous! That pop of blue just give it something extra. Love it!

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  5. Love all the photos! Such a great post :)

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  6. I love this. NOU is way more beautiful than I realised

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