Tuesday 23 October 2012

Wicked: Elphaba Makeup Tutorial

Hey Everyone!
Hope you all are well :)

So the countdown begins...it is now officially 8 days until Halloween! 
Have you all decided what you are dressing up as? I've really left things until last minute this year, so if your like me this tutorial might help you out.

I was contacted by Waverley Academy a college I previously studied makeup at, to do a tutorial for their website. I had this look in the back of my mind for awhile and I decided this would be the one I would use for the website. 
Anyone at any level can create this look with ease, its quite simple to do and the finished look in my opinion looks amazing.
After doing some research on the makeup I couldn't decide which look I wanted to do, both looks were gorgeous!. I finally decided to just do both, the Broadway rendition and also the promotional poster makeup. All it takes is a quick change of lip colour!

My Interpretation

Products Used

Inglot Matte 384 
Inglot Amc 63 
Mally Beauty Volumizing Mascara
Smiffy's Aqua Based Body and Face Paint 
Collection 2000 Dazzle Me pigment in 'Pixie'  
Sleek Ultra Mattes V2 Darks Palette
Rimmel London Soft Kohl Eyeliner 'Jungle Green'
Bourjois Levres Contour Lip Pencil 'Rouge'
Rimmel Lasting Finish Lipstick '170 Alarm'

If you would like to see how I created this look, just hit the play button on the video below.

Thanks a million for tuning in, really appreciate it!
I'll talk to you all soon.
Eimear x


  1. ireally like the look
    is very well recreated
    and above all, even a look a little "easier" than the skull
    I think you adapt well to all styles of makeup
    I send you a kiss as always
    from Argentina!

    P.S. I was going to blog some reviews, but now I'm spending more for looks, if you want, switch to take a look and tell me what you think: D

    1. Awh thanks a million :) Just followed you too. I like a bit of variety, tutorials and reviews!

  2. I loved your tutorial! I really wanted to do a witches tutorial but I knew if I did one it would turn out really cheesy! Yours is so professional, I just love it!

    1. Thanks so much Sarah! Haha no way it wouldn't have, I was going to do a wearable witch too but I just didn't get time. Always next year though :)