Goth makeup is not always all black and white…Sometimes a little glamour works too.
Supplies: We recommend Graftobian ProPaint for this design.
Tips: Always start with a clean face. Make sure that all paints, tools and the work area are all clean. Prepare everything you need before you start.
Step 1. Create a base. Cover the whole face with Pearl Frost using a Blender Sponge.
Step 2. Paint white on the eye area. Load a sponge with White Swan and apply over the tip of the eyebrows towards the eyelids.
Step 3. Paint pink. Paint some Shocking Pink on one side of the eyelids. Use a sponge.
Step 4. Line the eye creases. Using a #6 round brush, outline the eye creases with Wild Violet.
Step 6. Create another eyeliner. Paint a purple line under the white eyeliner using a #6 round brush and Wild Violet.
Step 7. Blend violet. With a chisel brush, blend the violet paints around the eye area.
Step 8. Paint the eyelashes. With a #2 round brush and some Raven Black, paint the eyelashes.
Step 9. Complete the eyelashes. Using the same paint and brush, paint eyelashes and an eyeliner on the eyelids.
Step 10. Paint the eyebrows. Create the eyebrows with the same brush and paint.
Step 11. Create the goth details. Paint Gothic details on the forehead using some Raven Black and #2 round brush.
Step 12. Shadow the cheeks. Shadow the cheeks with Wild Violet using a wide chisel brush.
Step 13. Highlight the shadows. Blend some Shocking with the purple shadows on the cheeks with a sponge.
Step 14. Blend the shadows. Load a sponge with some Pearl Frost and spread it over the pink-purple shadowing on the cheeks for a smoother color transition.
Step 15. Paint the lips. Using a #6 round brush, paint the lips with Catalina Blue.
Step 16. Give the lips some depth. Paint some Wild Violet on the edges of the lips for some added depth using the same brush.
Step 17. Highlight the lips. With the same brush, paint MegaGenta in the middle part of the lips.
The finished product!
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