Disco Queen, Young & Sweet, Born in '93

31 January 2017



A few months ago, in a hair colour far far away...




Day 07


When you don't post for so long not because you're depressed but because you've actually got a job and are too tired from making money. Not to brag or anything but accomplishing something you didn't think was possible is grrrrrreat. It also means I have money to treat myself to ridiculous palettes like the Moondust one from Urban Decay, and let me tell you it is a sparkle addicts dream! I can do so many dramatic anime villain, alien and disgustingly colourful disco looks with this stuff! So many glittery possibilities so little time! The palette is super pigmented, super sparkly and blends really nicely with everything I've thrown at it so far.

For this look, I started out with Nyx's Jumbo Eye Pencil in Milk as a base (it makes everything vivid as shit and last forever). Placed yellow, bright pink and blue from Nyx's Ultimate Shadow Palette in Brights, dividing my eyelid into 3 sections, and then packed Lithium, Element and Vega on top for that sparkly goodness. Because the Moondust palette doesn't have a pink glitter I mixed the magenta from the Ultimate Shadow palette on top of the red glitter from Element so that the more bluey colour would cancel out some of the red and make everything look pinker. I'd like to thank colour theory for not just being good for art but also makeup and colouring hair. The final touch was using a cue tip and some micellar water to clean up any pesky fallout and sharpen those wings.

p.s. It's really best if you read the title to the tune of "Dancing Queen."


Nyx Jumbo Pencil in Milk / $6 / Available at Nyx


Nyx Ultimate Shadow Palette in Brights / $20 / Available at Nyx


Urban Decay Eyeshadow Palette in Lithium, Element & Vega / $70 / Available at Sephora and Urban Decay


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