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Goth Doll Make-up Tutorial
by Pamela Wasabi and make-up artist and hair stylist, Lymari Veloz

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  • How to create a rag doll makeup look. Goth Doll Make Up - Step 1
    Step 1

    •Apply the liquid foundation onto your face. Tap it on by using a sponge. You can also use the Shadow Brush to help blend in the concealer or foundation.
    •Next, tap your brush into Electro White Eye Shadow and apply to your entire eyelid.
    Note: Medusa’s Electro White Eye Shadow can be used to create new colors by mixing it with other eye shadows. Simply enhance your natural features by glimmering the iridescent eye shadow on your cheeks and/or the top/bottom eyelid.

  • How to create a rag doll makeup look. Goth Doll Make Up - Step 2
    Step 2

    •Now, we are going to split your eye lid into three parts. There is going to be an inside color :Electro Green Eye Shadow, a middle color: Electro White Eye Shadow and the out side color: Electro Blue Eye shadow.
    •Apply the inside color first, making a vertical movement using the Shadow Brush, as if you were drawing a stripe. Leave the middle section as is (you’ve already applied the color,) then move onto the outside section:
    •Before applying the color, get some Sticky Primer on your fingers and apply it where the “blue” is going to be. Note: We are applying the Primer just to this “stripe” since we want the outside color to be dominant –the primer enriches the color.

  • How to create a rag doll makeup look. Goth Doll Make Up - Step 3
    Step 3

    •Get the Eye Dust out! –Medusa’s Make-up has the equivalent color of eyeshadow in eye dust pigments. Use a similar shade or same color eye dust if you have it. Apply with your fingers on the inside (green) or outside (blue) section.
    •If there is any extra dust below your eye, use a big fluffy brush to remove the loose powder.

  • How to create a rag doll makeup look. Goth Doll Make Up - Step 4
    Step 4

    •Cat-eye time, but a double one! You can use an eyeliner pencil or a creamy black make-up; apply it with the Angle Eyeliner Brush. Basically, what you are doing is drawing a black stroke above your eyelashes, make it thick (we are talking about 1/4″,) straight, and try to end it parallel to the tip of your eyebrow.
    •Apply eyeliner to the bottom of your eye too, connect it with the stroke you just drew.
    •Swing the eyeliner a little bit farther to the side of your face… and Voila! a double Cat Eye!

  • How to create a rag doll makeup look. Goth Doll Make Up - Step 5
    Step 5

    •To define the eyebrows, you can use your mascara as a brush. We are using Blue Blood Medusa’s Mascara for one eye only (brow and lashes.)
    •For the other eye we are using Medusa’s Black Mascara.

  • How to create a rag doll makeup look. Goth Doll Make Up - Step 6
    Step 6

    •To give that “zombie,” goth type of look, take your Angle Eyeliner Brush out and apply the green eyeshadow underneath your eyelids. Just a quick-y touch of color.
    •Then, using the Talk Talk red lipgloss draw a small heart on top of your cheek.

  • How to create a rag doll makeup look. Goth Doll Make Up - Step 7
    Step 7

    •Before applying the lip gloss, apply the Sticky Primer on your lips. Pretend it is chap-stick
    •Then tap on your entire lips, White Electro Eye Shadow; use your fingers.
    •Close your mouth and use your Talk Talk red lip gloss. Draw a heart on top of your top and bottom lip.
    •Add more White Eye shadow with your fingers to your entire lips including the heart.
    •Then, use a black eyeliner to outline the lip’s heart

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stephaniecupcake
stephaniecupcake · Riverside, California, US
Honey, that doesn't look gothic at all-- it just looks trampy or like a drag queen :|
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DarkAshHurts
DarkAshHurts · 119 projects
Happy
Ive never seen a goth look like that.
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(Sun)FlowerChild
(Sun)FlowerChild · 6 projects
that looks really cool!!!
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Serpentira
Serpentira · La Cañada Flintridge, California, US · 3 projects
Kind of cute, if a bit mis-named...
Agree with Pixii though, there's definitely something off about the colours- which is funny 'cause in theory (ie. all laid out before hand) I think they look pretty good together. Maybe it's the base colour/foundation? ...Or that the pics make the red of the heart and of the lips look like different colours? idk...
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n.a
n.a · Uganda, UG
It's...got two elements directly taken from Emilie Autumn's usual makeup style. The lips and the heart below the eye (though I've never seen anybody pull it off well but her).

The colors don't look too great all together. =/ Sorry.
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Sheila Squirrel
Sheila Squirrel
Have to agree with Mi.ezekatze. It looks more punk doll. Take it from a sad old goth that dresses in lolita. Nice job though Happy
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FrolleinKram
FrolleinKram · Las Vegas, Nevada, US · 132 projects
Doesn't look very goth to me ( drawing a heart under one eye does not make it instant goth... )... More like first steps of a 12year-old. :/
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