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Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Halloween Inspired Look and Tutorial using BFTE

 For this look you will need-
Primer ( I used Too Faced Shadow Insurance)
Base ( I used NYX Jumbo Pencil in Milk)
 Bright Green/Chartreuse PigmentShadow( I used BFTE Lavish)
 Blue Based Purple Pigment/Shadow ( I used BFTE Panurple)
  Deep Purple Shadow/Pigment ( I used BFTE Big Ego)

I have to apologize for the brightness of these photos. I was losing daylight FAST and had to use flash which I hate!

Step 1.  Apply your primer and eyeshadow base.

Step 2. Apply Lavish all over your lid stopping right below your crease.

Step 3.  Apply Panurple into your crease and bring it up slightly.

 Step 4.  Apply Big Ego directly to your crease. Apply liberally until the crease area is a deep in color.

Step 5. Using a fluffy blending brush reapply Lavish to the lid, Big Ego to the crease and Panurple above the crease.

Step 6.  Using a fluffy brush or your finger gently blend out the top and side edges.

Step 7. Finish up with liner and mascara!

 Thanks for reading,


  1. Oh, this is going to sound so weird but I have to ask--what do you do to your eyebrows? Powder? Dye? Gel? I was thinking of doing a really wild mermaid costume for Halloween and wanted to turn my eyebrows blue (at least temporarily! not permanently!) to match a wig, but I don't know what would work best and not smudge everywhere!

    1. It isnt weird, I get this question daily =0) I just use a Klean Color eyeliner pencil on my eyebrows and sometimes go over them with some purple eyeshadow to blend and fill them in. If you use a creamy eyeliner it should do the trick. You can also white your eyebrows out using NYX Jumbo pencil in Milk and then go over them with the eyeshadow!