I’ve got a Pastel Goth Makeup Tutorial to share with you. I created this last night in the Facebook Poise Chat group on Facebook Live. I used the Kat Von D Pastel Goth palette. I’m still in love with this palette. My friend Marina says that the Pastel Goth palette pairs nicely with the Tarte Make Believe in Yourself palette. However, I paired it with the gorgeous Stila Duochrome Magnificent Metals in Sea Siren and Into the Blue that I picked up at Sephora.
Watch my Pastel Goth Makeup Tutorial.
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Pastel Goth Makeup Look
What I’m Wearing
Too Faced Shadow Insurance
Kat Von D Shade + Light Palette
Kat Von D Pastel Goth Palette (Limited edition, no longer available)
Stila Duochrome Magnificent Metals in Sea Siren & Into the Blue
Makeup Geek Celestial – highlight
100% Pure Green Tea Brow Gel in Medium Brown (please make a black!)
I am in love with the Kat Von D Everlasting Lip Pencils! They’re so creamy and smooth on the lips. The color range is amazing. The only con to me is their size. They’re like .01 oz of product vs. Urban Decay’s .04 oz. The combination of Coven with Ofra Wonderland is amazing. It is such a gorgeous ethereal light purple lip, perfect for a pastel goth makeup tutorial.
The Kat Von D Pastel Goth palette, once again, blows my mind with how much I love the colors and the formula. I find this eyeshadow formula easy to use. The colors blend together without a ton of effort. I also think they’re flattering on my skintone. I’m so sad that this isn’t a permanent palette.
The Stila Duochrome Magnificent Metals in Sea Siren and Into the Blue are stunning. They are perfect to layer on top of other eyeshadows. Sea Siren matches Meow perfectly. Into the Blue looks great on top of Doom. I would not wear these by themselves, but layered they really amp up an eyeshadow look.
Let me know if you’d like to see a pastel goth tutorial on Youtube!
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