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Hell yes we can. YouTuber GraysonCoutts shows us the basics of priming, concealing, and contouring.
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This has always been on my mind. I have never really been into the whole white face make up.
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If everything rainbow, technicolor, and unicorn isn't your thing, it may be time to try out some goth makeup. No, this isn't the Hot Topic look from your teen years; modern goth makeup is sultry, sophisticated, and can be rocked by anyone. Just like you don't have to be a certain astrological to rock the season's lookyou don't have to be all-doom-and-gloom to try out these cool goth makeup looks.
You can add a subtle gothic edge to your makeup with a few simple tricks - none of which require you to forgo your favorite glitter shadows or celeb-approved lipsticks. A dark matte lip is the cornerstone of goth style - but don't think you have to use black lipstick to get that goth look!
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Shades of burgundy, purple, brown, and black all provide gothic flare when worn the right way. To nail the look, pair dark matte lips with clear skin and minimal eye makeup. Black eyeshadow is so versatile - it can really work for any makeup style.
To use it to go goth, blend a generous amount of black eyeshadow underneath your eye. Concentrate the color close your lash line, then blend it downward and outward until you've created a thick, smokey cat eye that screams "Princess of Darkness. Adding gothic flair to your everyday makeup isn't as complicated as it might sound.
You can simply extend your usual winged eyeliner out an inch to make a statement! To achieve the look, go for a straighter take on cat eye liner, and extend the line through the end of your eyebrow.
Then, take your liquid liner into the inner corners of each eye with a thin, dramatic point. Kat Von D's Tattoo Liner is your best bet for creating a precise liner look. The goth look is all about cool tones. Instead of warming up your face with a rosy blush, keep things cool with lavender or purple-toned blush.
It sounds strange, but purple blush will actually brighten up your face, making both the whites of your eyes and your teeth appear whiter!