After doing Poison Ivy I just HAD to get some more goodies from Gypsy Shrine. This is part of the Ice Queen set, let’s get started!
For my face I used the Revlon Colorstay because it’s the palest shade I have. Then I used the Collection concealer and set it all with the NYX HD setting powder. I also filled in my brows with the NYX Tame & Fame pomade.
For my eyes I used the Morphe 35c palette and used the blue/green colour all over my eyes. It turned out a lot more blue than I thought it was going to be but I love the colour. Then I went in with the darker blue shade and used it in my crease and blended them both out well. I used the Collection concealer to cut my crease and then applied white eyeshadow over the top. I also used a little bit of silver eyeshadow from the Lick and Lash Beauty 35k palette to add a bit of sheen to it. I used the blue under my eyes too and lined my waterline with white eyeliner. I lined my lids with the NYX black liner then applied the SOSU Deluxe lashes in Holly.
For highlighter I used the silver shade in the Makeup Revolution Ultra Cool Glow palette and I’m in love with it! I used it on my forehead, on my cheeks on on my nose and cupids bow. I also used it to highlight the inner corner of my eyes. Then I applied the stick on gems from The Gypsy Shrine. I applied them under my eyes and over my eyebrow. I added some extra gems on either side of that with liquid latex, so it looks like the shape of a mask. I got these teardrop gems from Hobbycraft.
Then inbetween the shapes I applied some of the NYX multitasker and put the Ice Queen glitter on. I also drew the shapes coming down my face and covered them in glitter too. For my chest I used vaseline instead and applied the same glitter.
Then finally for my lips I used the NYX Liquid Suede in Jet Set, but I didn’t want it very pigmented so I applied a tiny bit with the tip of my finger. Then over the top I used the same silver highlighter I’d used on the rest of my face.
And that’s the look finished! I love The Gypsy Shrine gems because they’re so simple and easy to use, so great for a night out but you can also dress them up and make them more complicated. If you want to check out their gems here, they’re worth it for Halloween!
I hope you guys like this look, check out yesterday’s creepy pumpkin here, and stay tuned for tomorrow’s!