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Hollywood Tutorial

I haven’t broken out any of my Glamour Doll Eyes (affiliate link) shadows in a long time, so for this tutorial I used GDE Hollywood. I also used Concrete Minerals ¡Viva los Muertos! and Saint from the Sugar Skulls Collection, which celebrates Dia de los Muertos. A bit of Sugarpill Tako and Fyrinnae Pixie Epoxy were incorporated too.

Concrete Minerals & Glamour Doll Eyes Tutorial

Glamour Doll Eyes Hollywood and Fyrinnae Pixie Epoxy

Anastasia Astral and Azure Liners

Concrete Minerals ¡Viva los Muertos!  and Saint

Sugarpill Tako & GDE Hollywood

Concrete Minerals, Anastasia, Glamour Doll Eyes, Sugarpill and Fyrinnae Eyeshadow Tutorial

How to achieve the look

  1. Lightly apply Sugarpill Tako to the browbone and inner crease.
  2. With a round crease brush, apply Concrete Minerals ¡Viva los Muertos! in the crease.
  3. Deepen the lower crease and outer corner of the lid with Concrete Minerals Saint.
  4. Apply Fyrinnae Pixie Epoxy to the lid, then use Glamour Doll Eyes Hollywood on top.
  5. Add Tako to the inner v. Line the inner lower lash line with Anastasia Astral. Line the outer lower and upper lash line with Anastasia Azure.
  6. Line the lower waterline with Nyx white liner.
  7. Add mascara.

Hollywood Eyeshadow Tutorial Down

Hollywood Eyeshadow Tutorial


  • Coastal Scents Shadow Worx
  • Sugarpill Tako – browbone and inner v
  • Concrete Minerals ¡Viva los Muertos! – crease
  • Concrete Minerals Saint – lower crease
  • Fyrinnae Pixie Epoxy – lid
  • Glamour Doll Eyes Hollywood – lid
  • Anastasia Astral liner – inner lower lash line
  • Anastasia Azure liner – outer lower lash line and outer upper lash line
  • Nyx retractable white liner – waterline
  • Pop Beauty Peak Performance Mascara in Brilliant Black
  • Anastasia Tinted Brow Gel in Caramel



  • Mia Mariu liquid foundation in Vainilla (too dark for me but nice finish)
  • NARS Silvana – contour
  • NARS Super Orgasm – blush
  • essence Bella’s Secret – highlighter


  • Nyx lipliner in Fuchsia
  • MAC Dazzleglass in Pleasure Principle

I rarely wear glittery eyeshadow shades anymore because I worry about irritating my eyes, but I wanted to break this one out since I hadn’t used it in years. I really love the Concrete Minerals shades. I’m testing out the Anastasia liners and they’re nice! They lasted until I took my makeup off, 8 hours later, with no smudging.

The Mia Mariu foundation is nice, but it’s too dark on me. It does offer good coverage though. You can expect a review of it soon.

Some products purchased by me. Some products sent for consideration. All opinions are my own.

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    • RiffRaffRanch

      This is just a delicious look. And after I recovered from my amazement at the eye makeup, I thought “love the foundation finish, but the color is wrong” … right after that I reached the part where you said the same thing. Oof. (Really tho – FANTASTIC finish.)

      • http://www.Phyrra.net/ Phyrra

        RiffRaffRanch Thank you! Yeah, it’s got a nice finish. It makes me sad that the lightest shade is too dark.

    • pumpkindolly

      Haha, I was thinking, “Wow, did Phyrra get some major sun?” Too bad about the color, because the finish is awesome on you. :

      • http://www.Phyrra.net/ Phyrra

        pumpkindolly Aww thanks :) You know, I’ve got some sunless tanner I’ve been asked to review. I should break that out!

    • http://justmeleah.blogspot.co.uk/ LeahD

      Beautiful! I think this is my favourite look of yours, and you have SO many gorgeous looks, so that’s saying something. You’re my beauty inspiration for 2013. xx

      • http://www.Phyrra.net/ Phyrra

        LeahD Aww thank you Leah!

    • mollance

      Serious love for this!

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