FFF: Copper-Green Cut Crease makeup look - collaboration!

Friday, 29 March 2013

This weeks FFF is a special one as it's also a collaboration with another MUA blogger - Sanna of Look A Million.

I discovered Sanna on Instagram and loved her creativity and flair! There's a ton of makeup artists on Instagram and online in general, but only a handful actually wow me and Sanna has to be one of them. 
"I am a self-taught freelance makeup artist, blogger, student and upcoming YouTuber based in West Yorkshire. Makeup is my passion and I have been practising from a very young age! I love to create a range of different looks from simple, elegant, dramatic and theatre. I love the creative side of makeup as makeup lets you be whoever you want and can change your appearance drastically (which is the fun bit). I love to explore different genres and themes. 
My favourite all time makeup brand has to be Illamasqua- their products are so pigmented which means I use less of it! I also love Sleek makeup. I look forward to making tutorials on YouTube and sharing how I achieve my looks." 

Seeing as I've never done this before, it's probably best to mention what exactly is involved. We decided on a Copper/Bronze and Green theme (with glitter) and challenged eachother to make a look with this theme. I was excited to find out what Sanna would use where, or if we'd end up with something similar, which we did in the end - great minds eh?
Here's the look I created with a full list of what was used:

Products used:
Eyes: 
> UDPP
> UD Smoked Palette - Kinky, Freestyle, Backdoor, Blackout, Loaded
> MAC Copper Sparkle pigment
> UD Perversion, Covet & Flipside 24/7 eye pencils
> NYC black liquid liner
> Daniel Sandler Jumbo Jet mascara 
> UD 24/7 concealer - ATF
> Khuraira ACC in Light   
Face: 
> Hourglass Veil Fluid - 4 Beige (sample)
> Ben Nye Banana powder
> Sleek Contour Kit - Medium (matte contour only)
> UD Flushed palette - highlighter only
Lips:
> MAC Mocha lipstick (Surf Baby collection)

After priming the eye as usual with UDPP, I used an angled liner brush to mark out the cut crease with UD Blackout eyeshadow. I then used a tapered blending brush to lightly add Blackout above the crease and blended upwards. I did the same with Backdoor, to intensify the smokiness. Kinky was then applied to the browbone, followed by Freestyle in between it and Blackout/Backdoor. I made sure to blend well and go back with either Blackout or Freestyle as needed above the crease.
I then used Loaded eyeshadow on the bottom lash line, followed by Covet & Flipside eye pencils on top, blended with a small angled brush into a point on the inner corner, and a split liner look on the outer corner. I then lined the eye with Perversion eye pencil and used NYC black liquid liner to finish lining the top eyelid, also creating a point on the inner corner. I filled in the gap between the outer corner lines with UD 24/7 concealer in ATF.
After concealing under the eye with Khuraira ACC, I coated the lashes with Daniel Sandler Jumbo Jet Mascara and filled in the brows with Backdoor and Blackout eyeshadows from the same Smoked palette.
trying to capture the sparkle!
For the rest of the face, I used a sample of the Hourglass Veil Fluid Makeup in 4- Beige all over the face and used Ben Nye Banana powder under the eyes and on areas needed. I then contoured with the Sleek Medium Contour Kit and highlighted from the UD Flushed palette.
On the lips I used MAC Mocha lipstick, mixed with a tiny bit of UD 24/7 concealer in ATF.
defocussing to try and capture sparkle again!

Here's Sanna's final look too:
 
I loved her use of green above the crease and pairing it with a nude lip, which looks awesome!
You can find out what products she used on her blog (Look A Million) and be sure to follow her on Instagram and Facebook too for more amazing looks.

I hope you liked this weeks edition of FOTD Frooti Fridays (FFF), if you'd like to see more of these, or would be interested in collaborating, please let me know!
 

6 comments:

  1. I like it!!!<3

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  2. This look is stunning, you both look very beautiful!

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  3. Sanna is incredibly talented! As are you, of course ;)

    Is it just me or does she look like Kim K? I can't quite put my finger on it!

    Love this look, I need to inject a bit of copper into my life, sadly I do not own a copper eyeshadow. Can't wait to re-create this look myself, it'll probably look botched though, ha!

    xx

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  4. You and Sanna did an awesome job. Love the way you winged out the lower lashline :D

    xoxo
    Madiha

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  5. You are so beautiful and talented!

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