Saturday, March 15, 2014

Star Wars Series: Boba Fett

Greetings from the Dark Side!

I am really excited to finally bring you another Star Wars inspired look! I should really have done lots of these by now since my blog name is inspired by Star Wars after all! Today I will be sharing my Boba Fett inspired look. Boba Fett, a Madalorian bounty hunter and the clone of Jango Fett, is one of favorite characters from Star Wars, mostly because I really like his armor. So I was very excited to try to create a look inspired by him!

                                                                                      Products Used                                                                              

- Victorian Disco Cosmetics 'The Fett' eyeshadow
- Victorian Disco Cosmetics 'Susuwatari' eyeshadow
- Sugarpill 'Love+' eyeshadow'
- Sugarpill 'Butyercupcake' eyeshadow
- Lime Crime 'Mercurious' eyeshadow
- Wet n Wild 'Vanity' Palette (matte beige eyeshadow)
- Milani ColorPlay eyeliner
- Rimmel ScandalEyes 'Nude' eyeliner
L'oreal Voluminous mascara
- Ardell lashes

Face & Lips 
- Tarte Amazonian Clay Airbrush Foundation
- Milani Baked Blush 'Red Vino'
- Hourglass Ambient Powder 'Diffused Light'
- Revlon Matte Balm 'Standout'
- By Terry Or De Rose Baume Precieux


1. Start of with your usual primer or base. Lately, I've been using my Maybelline Dark Circle Eraser concealer as a base.

2. You can fill in your eyebrows if you need to as well. I used my Wet n Wild Ultimate Brow Kit and my MAC 266 brush.

3. With I flat brush, apply a olive green eyeshadow. I am using VDC's 'The Fett' because it is the most appropriate eyeshadow to use! I used my favorite brush, my MAC 239 flat shader brush.

4. With a fluffy brush, apply a bright red eyeshadow on the crease, blending it in with the green. I used my Real Techniques Base Shadow Brush to apply Sugarpill's 'Love+' eyeshadow.

5. With the same brush, apply a bit of a black eyeshadow on the outer V. I used VDC's 'Susuwatari' eyeshadow.

6. With a small brush, apply the green eyeshadow on the lower lash line.

7. Apply either a nude or yellow eyeliner on the waterline. I don't own a yellow eyeliner so I used a nude eyeliner and topped it with Sugarpill's 'Buttercupcake' eyeshadow.

8. Apply liquid liner, mascara, and lashes. you can also apply a gem on the lower lash line. I wanted to use a yellow one, but I didn't have any yellow ones D: So instead I used a green one.

                                                                                   Finished Look                                                                         

How do you like my Boba Fett hat in the picture above?
Thank you for reading! Pew Pew!


  1. Love this color combination. Well done!

  2. ahh i'm so sad i'm so busy this month, id LOVE to participate in the Star Wars Challenge! I love the movies and i love this eye look!!

    1. No worries! I will have more Star Wars one coming up in the next moths. I have really enjoyed this challenge so I will have to do more Star Wars themes!

  3. Your eyeliner is always so perfect <3 The green and reds look really good with your eyes ^^

    1. Thank you so much! I agree that red and green look really good with brown eyes!

  4. This is seriously awesome look!

  5. Love it!! Thank you for the tutorial <3 <3

  6. I love this look, and your hat! :) Boba Fett is awesome, as is The Fett eyeshadow. One of my favourites too :)

    1. Hehe thanks dear! Yes! The Fett is so awesome! The sparkles really make this eyeshadow into something unique~

  7. Love the Bobo Fett hat! And the look is awesome, the gem on your lower lash line is the perfect accent to this!


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