Tutorial: Sailor Pluto

May 1, 2011 3 comments
I really like this look, Ive worn it about 5 times(which is a lot for me!). A while back someone requested me to do a tutorial for this look so here it is :) Hope you enjoy!
Lets get Started!
As always, start with a clean canvas, no leftover makeup!

Next apply your concealer/foundation all over the lid, set it with powder using a large shadow brush, and apply an eyeshadow base. The products I used for this step are: CoverGirl Fresh Complexion Concealer(not the best but it gets the job done), Palladio Rice Powder in Translucent, and Too Faced Shadow Insurance

Next apply a green sticky base all over the lid, I used NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil in Lime

Now using a purple sticky base, trace the outline of the shape you wish to create, I used Hard Candy's Take Me Out Liner in Geisha

Now apply a darkish mermaid green shadow all over the lid, I used one from the 120 palette but I think NYX has one very similar, I used my finger to apply it.

Now using a fluffy dome brush, apply a true purple shadow to the crease(make sure you blend out the purple base with the shadow)
Using the same brush, apply a darker purple shadow to the outer crease and blend, the color I used is from the 120 Palette

Again, using the same brush, apply a black shadow to the outer V. The one I used is from NYX

Then apply a sticky white base the the tear duct and brow bone, I used NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil in Milk, and blend it out,

Using a large shadow brush, set the Jumbo Pencil with a matte white shadow(mine is from NYX), then using the same fluffy dome brush as before, pick up a soft lavender(120 palette) color and blend out the edges of the purples.

Using a Q-tip, remove the outer edge of the shadow so you have a crisp, clean line

Line the eyes with a liquid liner, I used Revlon Colorstay Liquid Liner

Now using a pencil brush, line the lower lash line with a burnt red color, I used one from the 120 palette but Rust from NYX is a excellent dupe.
Now tight line with a black pencil liner

Apply your favorite mascara

Now, I almost forgot this step when I took the pictures, that's why it is at the end of the tutorial, I normally would do it when I did the rest of the liquid liner. But now create a small "cat eye" on the inner corner and connect it to the lower waterline.

For the lips I used a burnt red color to tie it into the eyes, I used NYC Liquid Lipshine in Cherrywood, which sadly is a discontinued color.

And your done!


Silly face ;P
I hope this was helpful! Next tutorial will be Sailor Mercury, so keep your eye out for that if you wanna know how I did it.

Have an awesome day!

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