Colour! It isn’t there to hurt you.

The title of this post is sure to rid me of the few Goth-Points I accumulated while on GOTH.NET but that’s beside the point. I had a birthday party yesterday. Not the present days teen’ parties with alcohol and drugs but old school, helium balloons and karaoke. I hadn’t met the parents before (Though they apparently knew me from performances I’ve done at my school, singing) so I decided I would tone down my outfit and hair. Instead I thought I’d play up my make up. I need the practice and besides I’ve gotten so many new products recently! Well, anyway enough on my words and onto the pictures!

Red lip gloss. It’s a lot brighter than this in actuality.

 I’m very happy that the red lip gloss only ever smudged once and that was while I was applying it, due to my lip ring. I used my red Vogue lip liner, which worked wonders! and my mothers red lip gloss.

 I lined the top of my eyes with black no-brand liquid eyeliner but only the top! I then added a layer on white across my eyelids.
Horrible blending. D:
 I then added purple eye shadow to the outer sides of my eye lids and then red to the inner sides of my eye lids and attempted to blend (But failed).

Next I lined the lash line of my lower lid with a Sea Blue Kohl pencil. I carefully placed black eye shadow across the blue kohl line making sure to rid the appearance of blue and to leave quite a distance between the tear ducts and the eye shadow. On the inner lower lead across the tear ducts I used a white eye shadow to brighten the appearance. I then finished this look off with a LOT of mascara, because that’ just what I do.
Myself being a poser.
 Before my make up I used sun screen and then Manic Panic; Creature of the night powder foundation for a light touch, in the shade of Anemia.
It was  fun night and my lip gloss lasted greatly until the pink cupcakes arrived and only them my bottom lip was missing some. I didn’t re apply because I wanted to see how long it would last and when I returned home, about six hours later there was only lip liner and a few splotches of red lip stick left. Oh well!
I hope you have a wonderful day, Ms. Walrus.

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2 Comments

  1. Hi Sarywalrus,

    There is nothing wrong with toning down your look for some occasions. I do it all the time.

    I would much rather people get to know that Goth is more then just loud music and odd black clothing.

    I can always Goth it up the rest of the time. And do!

    I still love the shock value of some of my clothing. But that wears thin when I do it all the time.

    Enjoy mixing it up. Sometimes the best ideas come that way.

    Hugs, Euphoria

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