Here is my final OUAT tutorials. This one is based on Snow White.
Hope you like it.
For the face, I buffed light layers of my Bare Minerals Ready Foundation into my skin. On any redness, and close to my eyes, I dotted some of the Bareskin Serum Concealer, blending this out with a beauty blender. To set the foundation into place I used the Bare Minerals Translucent Powder Duo.
To contour I took the bronze shade from the Charlotte Tilbury Filmstar Bronze and Glow kit, buffing this into the cheek bones, temples and jawline. For blush, I took the shade The Secret’s Out from Bare Mineral’s Ready Blush line, concentrating this onto the apples of my cheeks, and sweeping up towards my ear with any excess product.
To finish off my face, I highlighted my cheek bones using the highlighter shade from the Filmstar Bronze and Glow Palette.
I filled in my brows, keeping things quite natural using my Bare Minerals Precision Brow Pencil, setting them with the Benefit Gimme Brow.
As for the shadow, I mixed two of the Body Shop Shimmer Cubes together. I used the cubes 20 and 23, which are a mix of purples and silvers. In the crease, I mixed Orchid Purple with Starlight Silver, blending this very softly. I then took these shades along my lower lash line, remaining quite soft. On the lid, I then patted Candy Pink, blending this up to the crease shades slightly. On my brow bone and inner corner, I then swept a very light layer of Snow White.
Along my upper lash line I applied a very thin line of Lancome’s Grandiose Liquid Liner in Black, and applied lashings of the matching mascara.
Snow White keeps her lips more on the pinky/neutral side so I used Clinique’s Pop Lacquer in Go-Go Pop. This is a very pretty pink shade.
And that is my finished Snow White Tutorial. I hope you have enjoyed this series. I will do Game of Thrones next month. I’m actually looking forward to that one, as much as I have loved creating the once upon a time looks.
Have a lovely day guys!