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Scootaloo Inspired Look!

Hey True Believers!

Today I have something rather cute for you! This past weekend some of my gal pals threw a My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic themed triple birthday party. It was encouraged that everyone attending dress in the theme of their favorite pony. I chose Scootaloo!! I already had fushia hair, and felt an instant bond with her haha!

I used some lavender glitter as a liner to represent her pretty lavender eyes since I didn’t have any contacts to match. The rest is pretty self-explanatory! I also made little ears and wings (I didn’t have the wings on in the photos below! But if you’re curious as to what they looked like, I can post a pic for ya!) based on a YouTube tutorial I found here. I just altered the wings to be like Scootaloo’s since she’s a little pony and her wings aren’t as big as the teenage ponies.

I also got the chance to use the glitter I received courtesy from Glamour Doll Eyes! I will doing a review on the items I received on Friday of this week! But for now, here’s a little something I asked for you all!!

Use the code “SuperSiryn for 20% off any purchase of $20 or more. This is good until November 19th 2012!

*This code isn’t applicable on collections, Glamour Gloss, insurance, OTM, or gift certificates.

I hope you like! I won’t be doing a series on the ponies, so I hope you aren’t too disappointed.

 

Oops! Forgot my earrings! >.<

Products Used:

Face:

Face Primer: Youngblood Cosmetics Mineral Primer

Foundation: MAC Matchmaster Foundation #4

Blush: Fyrinnae Blush in Enchant.

Powder: Purely Cosmetics Diamond Perfect Finish Powder.

Contouring: Illamasqua Powder Blusher in Disobey.

Highlights: Fyrinnae Highlighter in Center Stage.

Eyes:

Eyeshadow Primer: Lime Crime Candy Eyed Eyeshadow Primer* .

Eyeshadow Base: NYX Jumbo Pencil in Milk.

Lid Eyeshadow: Inglot Rainbow Eyeshadow #108R (lightest color/middle shade/darker shade, from corner going outward into a gradient).

Outer V and Crease Eyeshadow: Sugarpill Cosmetics Pressed Eyeshadow in Dollipop over the darker shade of Inglot Rainbow Eyeshadow  #108R.

Browbone: Kryolan Eye Shadow Compact – Variety V3 Natural in the shade that matched my skintone the closest. (2nd row from the top, 2nd shadow from the left).

Eyeliner: Lit Cosmetics Glitter in Twisted Sistah #2 (looks like the changed the name to Twisted Sister) turned into a liner using Lit Cosmetics Clearly Liquid Glitter Base above Lime Crime Uniliner in Quill*.

Waterline: NYX Jumbo Pencil in Milk with Inglot Rainbow Eyeshadow #108R (darkest shade of orange) patted on top to set.

Lower Lashline: Inglot Rainbow Eyeshadow #108R (lightest color) blended into Sugarpill Cosmetics Pressed Eyeshadow in Dollipop.

Mascara: Tarte Lights, Camera Lashes! Mascara.

Eyebrows:  Inglot Rainbow Eyeshadow #108R (darkest orange) blended into Sugarpill Cosmetics Pressed Eyeshadow in Dollipop. Then using Lit Cosmetics Clearly Liquid Glitter Base with Glamour Doll Eyes Eye Lights in Circus* and blending it into Jerome Russell Pixie Powder in the iridescent fushia (it’s unnamed on my vial) towards the outer eyebrow.

Lashes: Ardell Lashes in Demi Wispies.

Lips:

Lip Tar: OCC Liptar in Beta.

 

*Item received courtesy of respective brands. I was not asked to review them, nor paid to use them.

MAC products were purchased before their decision to do sales in China.

9 thoughts on “Scootaloo Inspired Look!”

  1. Aww my sisters and I love FIM! We’re actually doing a makeup series inspired by the show :D This is such a cute look, I loooove the eyeshadow colors you used. On the show I actually find Scootaloo a bit obnoxious lol, but I’d do a look based on her just for the colors<33

  2. This is gorgeous, and I’m ECSTATIC about the Glamour Doll code! Also, you’ve inspired me to do a Sweetie Bell look. I just received some colors from Urban Decay that I think would work really well for that, and if not, maybe I’ll do it once Sugarpill’s Sparkle Baby palette comes out.

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