Inspired by Ice and Fire (Game of Thrones BONUS Tutorial): Night’s Watch

iceandfire13Alright, alright, Night’s Watch doesn’t have a Sigil. This is a bonus tutorial, giving some love to those up on the wall! This will most likely be my last video of this series, but it’s been a load of fun. Before going on I want to tell you guys that the last step of this video, the gloss on the lid, isn’t going to be for everyone. It creases within minutes, it’s a high fashion trick for photography and runways, it’s not meant to last. If you want a long, lasting look, skip the gloss. Also, note that before filming this video I did test this product around my eyes. Where it’s not a product meant for your eyes, you have to be careful with these things!

With that said, onto the video!

Products Used in Video:
Too Faced Shadow Insurance
Urban Decay 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pencil Perversion
Kat Von D Spellbinding Eyeshadow Book (Oddfellow, Holy Bible)
Guerlain Maxi Lash Mascara
Mac Mineralize Skinfinish Lightscapade
NARS Goulue
ELF Matte Eyeshadow Smoke
LA Colors Glossy Lips Clear
OCC Lip Tar Primer

Before the video, I used:
Hard Candy Glamoflauge Invisible Camouflage Foundation Ivory
NYX Eyebrow Cake Powder Light Taupe/Ash Blonde

iceandfire14This is what my eyes looked like after about an hour, as you can see, all the gloss and some of the pigment moved to the crease. You can pat it out, but it does lose colour. Also, the heavier the gloss, the more the product clumps. If I used the LA Colors Gloss (which I tried before) it’d turn out a LOT glossier, BUT it would crease nearly immediately. This is my attempt to get the best of both worlds with gloss effect and wearability.

If we were to do more Game of Thrones looks in the future, what would you like to see? Post below!

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