Sunday, September 1, 2013

Madd Style Cosmetics: Gold, Pink and Purple Together At Last!

Hiiiiii Everyone!

Welcome to my next "talkie" tutorial!  Woo!  I almost forgot how much fun I have filming these and I hope you enjoy the video I have put together.  :)  The lovely Channy (go on over to her youtube and check her out, she's awesome!) requested a look using pink, gold and purple and I had fun with this one!  This gave me a chance to use two new MSC colours from the Labyrinth collection, The Masquerade and Ludo, Friend!

If you'd like to learn how I achieved the below look, then please take a look at the tutorial!

And for a recap of the supplies I used in the tutorial, here they are!

(Left to Right: Gabriel Color Mascara in "Black"; NYX Eyeshadow Base in "White"; Mineral Fusion Eyeshadow Primer; Urban Decan 24/7 pencils in Yeyo and Zero; Madd Style Cosmetics pigments (clockwise from top left): The Masquerade, Ludo, Friend!, Double Tap, Xray Spex, Psychic Paper and Wilbbly Wobbly Timey Wimey; Real Techniques Base Shadow Brush, Cozzette D200, London Brush Company #9, Real Techniques Accent Brush, Bdellium Tools #716, Cozzette S175 and Bdellium Tools #766.)

Thank you, as always, for stopping by and for watching my tutorial.  I would love to hear your thoughts and feedback!  If you have a request for a future tutorial you'd like to see me do, please leave me a comment.  :)


  1. This video was really helpful for showing your blending techniques! I'll have to try your trick with the liner too. I'd like to see a tutorial using 'Ello or Hoggle and the Bog with greys like Cybermen or Touch of Grey. Thanks again!

  2. Woo! I'm glad you found it helpful to see the video for the blending techniques! :) I will see what I can do about using 'Ello or Hoggle and the Bog with some greys for you!

  3. I haven't forgotten this request--but I did photograph a tutorial today that doesn't use the colours you wanted. I have tested out some looks though with 'Ello and Touch of Grey. So it will come eventually! :)

  4. No problem! I like seeing all your tutorials anyway!