Saturday, October 18, 2014

NYC New York Color Snow White Halloween Makeup: #NYCBeautyPro October Challenge

Disclaimer: Product featured was provided for review.
Snow White Halloween Makeup
The theme for the October #NYCBeautyPro challenge was Black Magic & Voodoo Witchcraft and honestly, a vampy and stylish witch was what I was going for but I somehow ended up looking more like a Disney princess.... So I'm going to call this the New York Color Snow White Halloween Makeup. To see some more pictures and the NYC products I used, click.......
786 Skyrise Steel swatched on arm with no primer.
New York Color HD Trio Eye Shadow in 786 Skyrise Steel:
An eyeshadow trio perfect for a simple smoky eye. "Skytrise Steel" has a monochromatic color scheme; there is a shimmery icy silver/white, a soft grey shimmer, and a soft black with silver sparkles. All three shades are very soft and blends beautifully. The pigmentation is wonderful as well but the black could be a little more intense in my opinion.
All three shadows worn on bare lids.
I finished the look with some liquid liner and false lashes.
Expert Last Lip Color in "432 Red Rapture":
This is a classic true red lipstick. The packaging is nothing luxurious but the formulation is beautiful! Pigmented, rich, moisturizing with a gorgeous natural sheen, "Red Rapture" would easily fool me as a $40 high-end lip color!
Snow White Halloween Makeup
So I honestly was attempting a "seductive witch" look but the  pale skin and red lips and everything just didn't convey that so I slapped on some baby pink blush and called it my Snow White makeup. What do you guys think?
Also if you've been following my Halloween posts you'll know that I am doing a couples costume of a pinata and a birthday girl (something like this). I just wanted to report that the pinata suit is literally taking forever to makeup, it's one heck of a time-consuming project...
Anyhow, thanks for dropping by, come back for more holiday reviews (I've got lots lined up this year)!
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