I started out mapping the shape of Liz’s iconic block brow. Using my dip brow and an angled brush I created a new shape for my brow and carved it out with concealer. I then used several blue and white colors from the modern mattes palette and packed that all over my lid.
For the graphic liner, I used a small angled brush and my gel liner to slowly map out the shape I wanted, being sure to get the inner corner and the lower lash line. I also attached the end of the liner to the end of my brow, going over the dip brow with some of the gel liner. I used the dazzle lock all over the lid and patted my blue glitter on top. When the eyes were complete I used a generous helping of foundation and blended around the graphic eye-work.
After powdering the foundation and concealer down I did a light contour with my NYX Taupe blush and did a pop of peach on the apples of the cheeks. I added the inner corner highlight with the AOA studio highlight and plopped on some mascara and the look was complete!
Liz Taylor was a force to be reckoned with. She won 2 Oscars for best actress, had a role in at least 33 films, was married 8 times (twice to the same man) and is an American Icon in her own right. Due to her larger than life persona I felt it necessary to recreate her recreation of one of history’s most powerful women. If you’re looking to feel the power of a queen this Halloween, Liz Taylor isn’t a bad one to dress up as this year.
Anasasia Beverly Hills: Dip Brow: Medium Brown
ELF Cosmetics: Gel Eyeliner: Black
BH Cosmetics: Modern Mattes Palette
Smolder Cosmetics: Dazzle Lock
Smolder Cosmetics: Radiant Glitter: Soultry
Too Faced Cosmetics: Better Than Sex Mascara
Shop Miss A: AOA Studio Baked Highlighter: Cream Puff
ColourPop Cosmetics: Lipstick: Kathleen Lights Zodiac Collection:
What’s Your Sign?
Urban Decay: All Nighter Foundation
Urban Decay: All Nighter Concealer
NYX Cosmetics: HD Blush: Taupe
Shop Miss A: AOA Studio Loose Setting Powder: Translucent
BH Cosmetics: HD Blush Palette: Glamourous