• Valérie Reding

Festival Make-Up Video Tutorial

Aktualisiert: 11. Aug 2018


© Valerie Reding

It’s finally summer and it’s burning hot outside. But this also means that it is finally festival season!

For those crazy party nights and techno raves, I’ve created not only one but TWO looks for you! Today’s look is very „barbie from outer space“ - with a pink, bright orange and white color scheme. Enjoy the video tutorial! You can find a detailed description of all the products I used for the look below the video.

AND don’t forget to check out the second party make-up that I created: it all neon colors and glows in the dark! ;) Check it out here!


Thank you to Valeria Meier Eyelashes for the stunning fake lashes to complete this look! https://www.valeriameiereyelashes.com/


Thank you to Ivan Monteiro for the music "You make me like charity"! https://www.ivanmonteiro.net/

https://www.instagram.com/hellatropikahl/


Have a great and happy summer!



EYEBROWS:

alcohol (70%) to remove oils from skin

PRITT glue stick

BEN NYE Neutral Set Powder Colorless Powder


FACE:

FACE ATELIER Pro Ultra Foundation „Nr. 1“

DERMABLEND Camouflage Creme

KRYOLAN TV Paint Stick „070“ (white)

BEN NYE Neutral Set Powder Colorless Powder


BLUSH:

ZOEVA Fresh Pink Rouge Palette

MAKE UP FOR EVER Eye Shadow „M-928 Eggplant“ (matte dark purple)


EYES:

NARS Eye Paint „Black Valley“

ILLAMASQUA Powder Eye Shadow „Sex“ (matte white) to highlight

MAX FACTOR Kohl Eye Liner „10 White“

MAC Pigment „Bright Fuchsia“

YABY Powder Eyeshadow „ES154 abyss“ (matte black)

MAC Pigment „Pink Opal“

MAC Reflects Pigment „Transparent Pink“ with EYE KANDY Liquid Sugar Base


EYELASHES AND LINER:

VALERIA MEIER EYELASHES „Nr. 14“

DUO Lash Adhesive

L’ORÉAL False Lash Butterfly Sculpt Mascara


LIPS:

ILLAMASQUA Lipstick „Flare“ (bright orange)

ILLAMASQUA Liquid Lip Lure „Embers“


LATEX PIECES:

The pieces, that I applied to the face, where made of liquid latex (ex. Rimba Natural Latex) having different colors (white, pink, neon orange).

I attached them to the face with PROS-AIDE Liquid Adhesive. Apply liquid adhesive with cotton swaps to the back of the latex pieces, let it dry until it gets tacky (it will start to look transparent) and then stick the latex pieces to the skin.


© Valerie Reding