Hello friends, today I have returned with a new artistic makeup that I have wanted to do for a long time, but I was a little scared to try, the truth is that painting so many eyes has always bothered me because I feel that they must have a lot of details and I exhausts too much, but today I was in the mood and with a lot of patience to do this makeup, so I got down to work, I wanted to give the illusion that I was stretching my eye and under it many more eyes come out, in addition to accompanying it with a simple makeup on my eyes using red eyeshadow and a white satin eyeshadow.
I started my makeup by washing my face, apply a little rose water and moisturize with cream, then apply primer all over my face and at this point I started with my eyebrows, apply black shadow and blend it, fix the edges with concealer, also apply concealer on the eyelid to start painting, I chose to use red tones in my eyes, I started by applying a matte white eyeshadow and a satin white eyeshadow on top, then apply red eyeshadow and blend.
To give more depth to my makeup I began to apply darker red shadow and at the end a little black, I blurred these tones a lot to create a gradient, I also painted the water line using red and black, but I only did this in one eye since in the other eye I would paint with white pencil.
Underneath this white outline paint with a little red shadow, I proceeded to apply base and contours and then comfortably paint the eyes, with red shadow and an eyebrow brush make the shape of this opening, continue drawing the circles of the eyes, these I painted the circles using a bit of black and white so they wouldn't be completely white, I wanted a bit of a gray tone, with black and red eyeshadow I filled in the small spaces between the eyes, and I shaded them with red and beige.
Now I will use pure white paint to make the iris as I wanted them to look like my white contact lenses, using an eyebrow brush and brown eyeshadow draw some creases around this opening to give that effect of the skin being stretched, now we paint the pupils of the eyes, varying between sizes and directions, with white paint I added some light details, like small white dots in the eyes and very fine lines between the folds that I painted outside the opening giving much more volume to everything the work, I sealed everything with translucent powder, applied a little blush in a light brown tone, for my lips I chose a dark red color, we continued applying highlighter and finally glued false eyelashes.
I took some photos like this with the final result as you can see in the process and other photos where it occurred to me to put fake blood around the opening, I thought it was a super cool touch, I like both photos a lot.