I’ve had Sugarpill Hellatronic for a while but I wasn’t sure of the best way to utilize it in a look. Finally, I decided that it would look great with Stella! So I went for a sort of cat eye shape black base on the lid and patted Stella on top for all kinds of black rainbow goodness.
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Sugarpill Hellatronic Tutorial
- After you apply your eyeshadow primer, start working Sugarpill Hellatronic into the crease, blending upwards.
- With a flat brush, apply Milani Shadow Eyez Black Ink pencil to lid, slightly winging it out.
- Pat Sugarpill Stella on top of Black Ink on the lid, then blend gently with Hellatronic.
- Line the waterline with Perversion. Smudge Black Ink along the lower lash line. Highlight under the eyebrows with Anastasia Camille. Add mascara.
Yes, I loved this look enough that I created a pinwheel eye thingie.
- Too Faced Shadow Insurance
- Sugarpill Hellatronic – crease
- Milani Shadow Eyez in Black Ink – lid, slightly winged out, lower lash line
- Sugarpill Stella – lid, slightly winged out
- Anastasia Brow Duality in Camille (matte side) – highlight under brows
- Urban Decay Perversion liner – waterline
- tarte Brow Mousse in Rich Brown
- Too Faced Better Than Sex Mascara
- Anastasia Lash Genius
- Palladio Face Primer
- bareMinerals READY Foundation Broad Spectrum SPF 20 in Fair
- NARS Desire – blush
- Too Faced Candlelight Glow Duo – highlighter
- NARS Light Reflecting Loose Setting Powder
- Urban Decay Lip Junkie Lipgloss in Perversion
How would you incorporate Hellatronic into a look? It’s such a unique pigment in my collection. It’s really gorgeous but it’s hard to really capture its beauty. I hope that I did capture it here for you. I love it!