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Candy Gothic Lolita Tutorial

Candy Gothic Lolita Tutorial

Hello friends! I created my Candy Gothic Lolita Tutorial for an online magazine in July of 2010. I had so much fun putting this look together that I wanted to share it here too.

Candy Gothic Lolita Tutorial Products

Here are the Candy Gothic Lolita Tutorial products that I used:

Candy Gothic Lolita Tutorial

Candy Gothic Lolita Tutorial

Step 1

Step One Hooded Eye Tutorial

Start with a clean eye & apply eye shadow primer. I used Too Faced Shadow Insurance, but your favorite clear eyeshadow primer will work! I also recommend Concrete Minerals Glitter eye primer.

Step 2

Step Two Hooded Eye Tutorial
With a small detail brush, apply Bubble Bath to the inner v.

Step 3

Step Three Hooded Eye Tutorial

With a lid brush, apply Chick Flick to the lid, blending with the inner v.

Step 4

Step Four Hooded Eye Tutorial

With a small detail brush, apply Bird Song to the inner crease.

Step 5

Step Five Hooded Eye Tutorial

With a fiber optic pointed crease brush, apply Cuddles to the outer crease and outer v, blending with Bird Song in the inner crease.

Step 6

Step Six Hooded Eye Tutorial

With a highlighter brush, apply In the Buff on the browbone. You can also do this step before you do the crease colors when trying the Candy Gothic Lolita Tutorial at home.

Step 7

Step Seven Hooded Eye Tutorial

Brush your brows into place. Apply brow wax or pomade to your brows. Apply Dollipop with an angled brow brush. Try Sugarpill Tokyo as Dollipop has been discontinued.

Step 8

Step Eight Hooded Eye Tutorial

Apply Black Out Gel Liner with a pointed eyeliner brush. Start at about the middle of the lid and line the eye going inward. This is how I prevent getting too thick a line at the inner corner in this Candy Gothic Lolita Tutorial.

Step 9

Step Nine Hooded Eye Tutorial

Apply Black Out Gel Liner with a pointed eyeliner brush. Start from the middle of the lid and work outward, extending the liner for a cat eye.

Step 10

Step Ten Hooded Eye Tutorial

Apply Black Out Gel Liner with a pointed eyeliner brush.
Add a second flick underneath the first, mimicking lashes.

Step 11

Step Eleven Hooded Eye Tutorial

Apply Black Out Gel Liner with a pointed eyeliner brush. Along the lower lash line, draw a line from the outer corner to about halfway inside the lower lash line.

Step 12

Step Twelve Hooded Eye Tutorial

Apply Sweat Pants to inner lower lash line with a smudge brush.

Step 13

Step Thirteen Hooded Eye Tutorial

Apply Urban Decay eye lash primer.

Step 14

Step Fourteen Hooded Eye Tutorial

Apply Flirt! It Curl mascara in Bombshell Black.

Step 15

Step Fifteen Hooded Eye Tutorial

Apply Yeyo to lower water line.

Step 16

Step Sixteen Candy Gothic Lolita Tutorial

Apply a pale foundation with a kabuki brush. I used Meow’s Pampered Puss foundation in Inquisitive Siamese.

Step 17

Step Seventeen Candy Gothic Lolita Tutorial
Apply Vellum under eyebrows with a detail brush.

Step 18

Step Eighteen Candy Gothic Lolita Tutorial

Apply Charm blush to cheeks with an angled fiber optic blush brush.

Step 19

Step Nineteen Candy Gothic Lolita Tutorial

Apply Pink Provacateur matte side to contour with a large fluffy eye shadow brush.

Step 20

Step Twenty Candy Gothic Lolita Tutorial

Apply Metamorphosis finishing powder with a fiber optic face brush. Fiber optic brushes are a must with loose mineral indie makeup!

Step 21

Step Twenty-one Candy Gothic Lolita Tutorial

Apply Borderline Lipliner to lips.

Step 22

Step Twenty-two Candy Gothic Lolita Tutorial

Apply Lollipop-pop lip lustre.

Candy Gothic Lolita Makeup

Candy Gothic Lolita Tutorial

Meow Cosmetics is unfortunately closed. Try Silk Naturals for similar eyeshadows to recreate my Candy Gothic Lolita Tutorial!

Eyes:
Too Faced Shadow Insurance
Meow Bubble Bath – inner V
M Chick Flick – lid
Meow Bird Song – inner crease
M Cuddles – outer crease and outer v
Meow Sweat Pants – inner lower lash line
Aromaleigh Black Out Gel Line – upper lash line and outer lower lash line
Too Faced In the Buff – on browbone
MAC Vellum – under eyebrows to highlight
Smashbox Brow Tech Wax
Sugarpill Dollipop – to define brows
Urban Decay Lash Primer
Flirt! It Curl Mascara in Bombshell Black
Urban Decay 24/7 liner in Yeyo – lower water line

Cheeks:
Fyrinnae Blush in Charm
Too Faced Pink Provacateur – the matte side to contour

Face:
Meow Pampered Puss foundation in Inquisitive Siamese (Meow closed)
Aromaleigh Finishing Powder in Metamorphosis, visit Aromaleigh.

Lips:
Too Faced Borderline Lipliner in Clear, try the Urban Decay Ozone pencil.
Fyrinnae Lip Lustre in Lollipop-Pop, try Sexy Nerd

Contacts:
Max Pure Pink Circle Lenses from Pinky Paradise

Hairfalls:
Long Toyokalon Loose Falls with a base color of Black Wine, and the accent colors are Hot Pink UV and Turquoise.

These are from I Kick Shins, as is the bat headband.

Bat Necklace:
From A Vanity Affair on Etsy

Final Thoughts on the Candy Gothic Lolita Tutorial

Candy Gothic Lolita Tutorial

I love wearing circle lenses, hair falls, and putting together a fun Candy Gothic Lolita Tutorial. There are so many different flavors of goth! You have traditional, punk, perky, cyber goth, romantic, witch / strega, and more! There’s a type of goth to suit everyone’s taste, even cottagecore.

What’s your favorite flavor of gothic makeup and fashion?

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51 Comments

  1. Gorgeous look…so many products though. Wow! I know you always list them but it looks like so much more when you lay it out like that.

    The contacts are especially gorgeous for this look.

  2. I love this look! It has a very cool Japanese anime feel to it. Awesome!

    I’m going to try using shadow insurance as my base to see if I can get my mineral shadows to apply with more opacity. I always marvel at how you get your mineral shadows to look pigmented. When I apply them they always look sheer and don’t stay on.

    1. Aww thanks Amy!
      You can try using TFSI, or an eye shadow primer you like, plus Pixie Epoxy. You can also pat the color on, as opposed to brush the color on if you’re just using primer. If you’re using primer + PE, be sure to brush.

      1. hahaha i think you might have the wrong daniel, I’m the kid who found your blog a year or so ago from the wikipedia page lol.

        I think I’ve used different names because when I clear my history it goes all weird, but I also go by gottogog or irongator.

        So anyway…nice hair!

        1. No, I recognize who you are ๐Ÿ˜› Just surprised you didn’t go. We did have several Daniels there though!

          1. oh! In that case, cool! Yeah, I didn’t go, not really old enough to just drive off by myself atm. I’m only 17 atm. I do want to go one day. Maybe when I graduate high school I’ll take a bus down, kind of like a passing into adulthood ceremony. That would be really cool, especially since I have a bunch of friends, both online and irl who go there(I’ve always had older friends LOL).

            But anyways…yeah. =)

    1. Hehe thanks Eplefe! Hopefully I’ll get more practice at putting them in properly and concealing them.

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