I've been meaning to recreate this doll look by Pixiwoo for a while now. I wanted to take advantage of my bangs and at the same time take some years off my face to look younger too. Haha. Anyway, I often shy away from bright eyeshadow colors but I am so inspired by Pixiwoo as she makes this doll-look so tempting, I figured it must be worth a try. The above pictures are taken from the site http://pixiwoo.blogspot.com. I heart Sam and Nic so much and admire their knowledge in makeup. Me and my sister, Shazreeyana often dream about being the Pixiwoo sisters of Malaysia. Pinch us now!
Anyway, the tutorial used a lot of branded items like MAC, Chanel and Makeupforever so I just came up with this look with a mixture of inexpensive makeup items I have.
Face: Mix of Stage Photo Pro Foundation in Take 1 and Take 8
Now I have to say that this foundation provides less coverage than most so it is great for the natural look or everyday use because it is not so rich in pigments.
Stage Concealer in Sand
Powder is MAC Studio Fix in NC25
Cheeks: Elianto Rosey Cheeks in Sweet Rose
and for cheekbones I used
Stage Eyeshadow Mono in Cupcake
Lips: Maybelline Watershine in Pink Fairy
Liplicious in Watermelon Sorbet
Eyes: Any bright Turqoise eyeshadow of your choice. Mine is from a palette I got from Sungai Wang.
Maybelline The Magnum Mascara ( Pixiwoo mentioned that this look needs a clumpy mascara so I decided this brand is a good one to give full coverage)
For the waterline, I used Stage Picture Perfect Pencil Camouflage in Tiramise
Brows: Stage Brow Defining Pencil in Sesame
Can you see the concealer at my waterline? It helps open up my eyes.
It is so simple actually. Base the face real well, eyeshadow, mascara, blush and lips - You're good to go!
I think the Mascara isn't clumpy enough despite putting 3 coats on.
Picture with Flash for your reference
Hope you like this post. I'm gonna do a makeover on my housemate soon. Toodles.