So today’s look is for the Facebook makeup group Never Too Much Sparkle. I decided to do one inspired by Maleficent. I tried twice and failed to do a look from Mulan that Eplefe had requested, and when trying to figure out what to do instead, I saw my Maleficent dragon and figurine, so, that’s what inspired this look.
Too Faced Shadow Insurance – all around the eyes
Fyrinnae Electric Stardust – lid
Urban Decay 24/7 liner in Perversion – outer v, lower lash line and crease
Sugarpill Bulletproof – to blend upwards on top of Perversion
Sugarpill Poison Plum & Evil Shades Nightshade – mixed together, upper crease, haloed around the eye, lower lash line
Sugarpill Tako – under eyebrows
Fyrinnae Sakura – under eyebrows, on top of Tako and inner corners of eye
Mirabella Marker Eyeliner in Black – upper lash line
Urban Decay 24/7 liner in Ransom – lower lash line
Urban Decay 24/7 liner in Binge – lower lash line
Milani Total Lash Cover Mascara
Sugarpill Poison Plum – to define eyebrows
Sugarpill Precious Lashes – cut in half and worn as demis
Tarte Smooth Operator Amazonian Clay Illuminating Serum mixed with Benefit Hello Flawless Oxygen Wow Liquid Foundation in I’m Pure 4 Sure Ivory
Silk Naturals Oil Control Blur finishing powder
Illamasqua Feline – contour
Silk Naturals Petal – blus
Nyx lip pencil in Purple Rain
Morgana Cryptoria lipgloss in Sexy Spellcaster
Tags: FOTD, Fyrinnae, Green Look, Maleficent, Purple Look, Sugarpill
This is just beautiful, love!
Thank you Lynn!
Oh my goodness! Your blending is incredible. Your eyes look huge, too!
love it so much! Maleficent is one of my favorites too, so I could just be biased!
I’m glad for the bias!
Absolutely stunning! And you *must* tell me where those toys came from. She is my favorite villain!
Amazon.com and the Villains store at the Disney theme parks in Orlando.
The eye makeup looks AHHHHHHH-mazing!
I love this. You look amazing!!
Thank you Joy!
I’ve been kind of looking for a beauty blogger with similar features to me, so it can be easier to judge what will work on my face, and when this loaded just now in my Google Reader I almost thought it was a picture of my own eye and I was like, “I don’t remember doing that…” Anyway, it’s nice to have found some like you who tries to many looks and products and has the same eye color along with similar skin tone and dark hair.
Wunderbar and glad to have encountered you,
Wow! Thanks for the compliments
Great look, the blending is gorgeous and I love the dark purpley shades!!
wow it’s the only comment I can do here.
Stunning look… and I love that figurine! XD
Thank you <3
….!!!!!! SO gorgeous. That lid shade! That purple! That blending! I can’t. I have lost the ability to can. <3
Thank you Jadelyn!
That look is amazing!! It looks good with your hair too
Thank you sweety! <3
One sexy look! Love the dark purple crease!
Yay thanks Peach!
Love the look and especially the stuffed dragon!
Wow, just wow. This looks SO good on you!
Oh gosh! I love this! fantastic job! <3
This is amazing! You’ve done a fantastic job. I love all of the colours you’ve used. So shimmery and pretty.
Thank you Olgie
LOVE that this is dark and sultry yet still feminine. So nice, great take on Maleficent!
Yay thanks Wendi!
perfect and amazing! the prettiest maleficent!
Thank you Coco
Wow! That is so fun.:) I’m going to book-mark this look for when I feel like playing around with my makeup. Sometimes its fun to do really wild looks, even though I only wear them around the house. Thanks for the inspiration.
You’re welcome Eleanor!
I LOVE this. Maleficent is my all time favorite disney character. I will definitely be breaking this look out soon.
I’m scrolling through the pictures, thinking “Okay these are nice.” Then, I hit the 1st full-face one, “Holy Crap! It *is* Maleficent!”
Gorgeous! She’s my favorite of all the Disney villains. <3
This look totally screams Maleficent! And your figurine is absolutely adorable
Thank you so much Angela!
Love it! This is a great colour combo, you’ve done a great job of combining these colours.
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