Follow these steps to create this 3D butterfly face paint design!
Elisa Griffith Colormepro powder, Black, UV red, Metallic orange and yellow.
Magnetic Eyeliner and Magnetic Lashes
Paradise Make-up brush AQ 818
GRIMAS Lipstick 5-29.
Lea Selly Butterfly Stencil
Chunky Mixed Glitter
I began by blending orange , yellow and red powders around the eyes to create a subtle butterfly shape/ mask.
Next I loaded a medium firm angled flat brush by Bolt with the yellow, orange and red from the new Jalapeño cake by FacePaint and painted some one stroke butterflies around the eye.
I then applied magnetic eyeliner, mascara and then magnetic lashes.
Using the black from the Jalapeño cake and a Loew-Cornell round number 1 brush, I outlined the butterflies and added details to the wings.
I applied a red lipstick by GRIMAS ( 5-29) using paradise make-up brush AQ 818.
To add more interest to the eye area, I stenciled dots using Leà Selly butterfly stencil, using a finger dauber.
Next I used a Loew-Cornell round number 2 Brush and Diamond FX white to add dots and highlights to the butterflies.
To give the butterflies depth I added shadows, by using black powder and a blending brush.
To finish the look I tapped a smaller amount of water under my eyes and then applied a chunky glitter mix, this was a mix or yellow , white and gold. Purchased from Glitter envy.
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