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Posted by ChurroChan from Phoenix, Arizona, United States • Published See ChurroChan's 10 projects »
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  • How to create a lightening bolt face makeup look. Gaga Lightening Bolt Tutorial - Step 1
    Step 1

    **sharpen your eyeliner**

    Line top and bottom with the black eyeliner. Thicker on the top lid and just on your waterline on the bottom.

    The side your planning to have the bolt on can have the bottom liner a little messier.

  • How to create a lightening bolt face makeup look. Gaga Lightening Bolt Tutorial - Step 2
    Step 2

    Make a think line on your top eyelid with the eyeshadow and blend upward to crease.

    Touch up your eyeliner to create wings on the outer corners and go over the top lid a bit more. Kinda like a retro, pin-up cat eye.

  • How to create a lightening bolt face makeup look. Gaga Lightening Bolt Tutorial - Step 3
    Step 3

    Brush some shimmery shadow on your eyelids. I used teal.

  • How to create a lightening bolt face makeup look. Gaga Lightening Bolt Tutorial - Step 4
    Step 4

    Use your eyeliner to lightly outline a lightening bolt. it should be the width of your eyeball.

  • How to create a lightening bolt face makeup look. Gaga Lightening Bolt Tutorial - Step 5
    Step 5

    Paint that sucker in with plain old black paint. I'm pretty sure my paint was from an old paint-by-numbers thing, so as long as its paint and its black, it'll work.

  • How to create a lightening bolt face makeup look. Gaga Lightening Bolt Tutorial - Step 6
    Step 6

    Make sure all lines are crisp.

  • How to create a lightening bolt face makeup look. Gaga Lightening Bolt Tutorial - Step 7
    Step 7

    Use the same shimmery eyeshadow to give the lightening bolt some dimension.

    TaDa!

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Amberlynn Reid
Amberlynn Reid · Kathmandu, Central Region, NP · 67 projects
One word- AWESOME!
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ChurroChan
ChurroChan · Phoenix, Arizona, US · 10 projects
Yeah.. I really don't like useing random paint on my face. If I could, I would get makeup paint. Thanks for the suggestion.
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Devil Eye Artwork
Devil Eye Artwork · Avondale, Arizona, US · 43 projects
Hmm a lot of people are putting random paint on their face. Probably not so good for the pores. You should use MAC Paint pots, or Gel/Cream liners instead.
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