I had the hankering to do a wearable makeup look that was inspired by Queenie from Fantastic Beasts with a little bit more spunk (basically the berry lip). I didn’t want to create anything over-the-top, just something a little fancier than my normal makeup that would still look natural going to work or going out with friends. This was extra sparkly on the eyes, and the lip certainly is bold, so it works well for a nighttime look too. Onto the products!
For the most part, I used my Urban Decay Naked Palette (throwback) because it has a great array of matte and glitter shadows. I tried to keep the tone glittery while still having warmth. I did my whole face makeup first and then went on to the next steps.
Step 1: Fill in brows (I used a brown crayon to get fine lines
Step 2: Apply light shimmery shadow all over lids and in corners of eyes
Step 3: Apply a beige matte color to entire lid (pictured below)
Step 4: Apply light matte brown to the entire lid (the previous colors lighten and even out the eyelid for a base)
Step 5: Apply a glittery shadow to the center of lid, inside corners, and under the eye towards the inner corners. Any neutral glitter shade will do, but I used Sidecar in the Naked Palette (my favorite shade)
Step 6: Apple a matte warm brown shadow to your crease (pictured below) and use a thin liner brush to apply it under the eye in the outer corners. Blend everything with a clean brush
Step 7: Apply liquid liner in a modest wing
Step 8: Apply mascara to top AND bottom lashes
Step 9: Apply fake freckles across nose and cheeks (pictured below) by using any light brown color. I used my eyebrow crayon which is very thin
Step 10: Add lipstick of your choice. This depends on where you’ll be wearing your look, but I thought this pop of color was nice against the otherwise nude and shimmery eye makeup
Step 11: The last thing I did was press just a little bit of gold glitter onto the center of my lid to add some warmth, but I didn’t add too much so that the gold was very pigmented and obvious
Here is the finished look! Nothing too special, but it was inspired by the idea of witches and wizards in the 1920’s. I had a lot of fun putting this together!
Moodboard for inspiration: