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In this hair and make up tutorial learn how to create a great Barbie look for Halloween using eco friendly safe products.
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Barbie Hair and Makeup Tutorial
This is Knock out where you can be a knock out naturally using safe, nontoxic makeup. We’ll show you how to be fun and beautiful and looked like Barbie.
Moisturize and prep your skin. I'm using Trivani hydrating moisturizer, using Maybelline’s Dream Liquid Mousse foundation in the light color. I'm applying this evenly on my skin. I liked this foundation because it is soft and light and gives you an airbrush look like Barbie would have, using a small mount of Real Purity’s light, medium concealer. Remember when it comes to concealer less is more.
Setting my foundation with Everyday Minerals finishing dust. I liked this because it’s not cakey. It’s very, very light. I'm going to add a touch of glow on my cheeks with La Femme sparkle dust # 21. Follow that with Splash eye sparkle hula look however this is a hot pink and it just gives you a great Barbie pop-up pink. Let’s prep and prime our eyes using Benefit’s cream shadow. I applied this a little bit. It’s a cream eye shadow but I used it for a base and then so with powder.
Back to La Femme sparkle dust, I applied this over the entire lids. Using Boots # 7 Mineral Perfection 20 Heather palette I take the lighter shade and applied that in inner corners of the eyes. Then we moved on to medium purple color. I applied this on the outer corners of the eyes and into the crease. Follow that with a darker purple. I apply this more into the crease using a crease brush.
Come back to our hot pink Splash eye sparkle hula-hula color that we used on our cheeks and apply this on the inner corners of your eyes and combined the purple and pink in the crease. You should be able to see the light tone in the center and under the brow still. If you don’t have a lighter shade in those areas or you want more of a lighter shade than you had just add some baby pink to it.
Next, we’ll come to La Femme’s sparkle dust # 21. Take the color and apply it right along the lash lines and under your brows. Now we will move on to L’Oreal HIP pencil in black. I'm just lining my upper lid lightly and underneath. I loved this pencil for so many reasons obviously because they’re safe and also because they are affordable. They apply evenly in my side of my eyes if you're applying them correctly and they are made in Germany.
Alright, with Splash eye sparkle hula-hula color taking an edge brush and following your lower lashes where you just lined. This will give you an extra puff color. One of my favorite tricks to help open your eyes using Origins eye brightening color stick bring your inner lids. Curl both your lashes, using L’Oreal’s Bare Natural mascara in black. I applied to my lashes because of the nontoxic eyelash glue I'm going to avoid from putting thick eyelashes. I’ll be sure to apply multiple coats though to help my natural eyelashes looked more long and full if you need to separate your lashes.
Using Everyday Minerals light brown and an inch brush I just lightly go over my brows. Looking at Barbie’s brows they are not too full and they are just slightly rounded so we’ll recreate that. Manipulate with the brow brush if you need to. Barbie has perfect lips so to help make those I'm going to use a lip scrub Terra Firma rosemary mint using a small amount I'm rubbing softly and wiping with a towel. This will leave my lips feeling refresh and smooth.
Taking Splash hula-hula happy color and Alba coconut clear lip gloss, I'm going to mix the two and make a lip color. This is hot pink like Barbie would wear. Come back over with some gloss to give you the wet lip look. Your makeup is complete. Let’s move on to your hair using Chi Organics olive nutrient silk oil I apply a small amount through my hair. This will help strengthen my hair and give it more shine. Then with a flat iron I flatten my hair. I'm going to add bangs. Some Barbie’s have bangs, some don’t, it’s up to you. Keep playing with your hair until you get it how you want it.
I've got a cute Barbie look headband that I’ll add and finished off I’ll used Lavera volume and hair spray and shine spray. You're done.