Madelyne Pryor, The Goblin Queen Inspired Look! X-Men Villainesses Collaboration with Artist Sara Richard Part 1!

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Hey True Belivers!

Today’s look is a special one! I’ve teamed up with one of my dear friends, and supremely talented artist, Sara Richard again to bring you another collaboration! This time, we’re doing some X-Men villainesses! To start this awesome collaboration off, I picked the lovely, unfortunate, and enraged Madelyne Pryor aka the Goblin Queen from the now classic Inferno storyline!

Madelyne was the wife of Scott Summers aka Cyclops and the biological mother of Cable. She was also cloned from Jean Grey by Mr. Sinister (which is something NO one knew when she met and married Cyclops, but common…everyone noticed how much she looked like Jean and NO ONE suspected it?? common people!! LOL), and was an all around nice girl, up until Jean came back from “the dead” (I use that term loosely lol) and Cyclops left Madelyne and their newborn to be with his now back from the dead ex girlfriend….AWKWARD! Basically, Madelyne couldn’t handle it, and decided to shack up with a bunch of demons and went mental. She also tried to sacrifice her own kid…wow! (to sum things up!)

I based this eye makeup and lips off of her sexy black costume (can you say supreme under boob?! jeez…I don’t even know how she didn’t fall out….double sided tape? lol) and pulled the red from her hair and also the demonic energy she was weilding. And like our previous collaborations, Sara took the makeup I designed and wore, and placed it on an illustration of the character wearing it.

I had filmed a tutorial for this, but I lost ALL of the footage of me doing the makeup and only managed to not lose the intro and outro. D’Oh!

I hope you guys enjoy this look and make sure to go check out Sara’s work and buy a few prints if you really adore them as much as I do!

ps. my eye color has been photoshopped green in the pics. they are NOT contacts! I was going to wear mine, but my eyes were super irritated this day.
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My makeup design on Madelyne/Goblin Queen. Art by Sara Richard






Products Used:


Face Primer: Youngblood Cosmetics Mineral Primer

Foundation: Urban Decay Naked Foundation 6.0.

Powder: Purely Cosmetics Diamond Powder.

Blush: Illamasqua Cream Blusher in Betray.*

Contouring: Illamasqua Powder Blusher in Disobey.*


Eyeshadow Primer: Lime Crime Candy Eyed Eyeshadow Primer.* Mini Review: This is the new formula that is Vegan friendly. Works just as great as the old and is easier to keep sterile since it is now in a tube like Two Faced Shadow Insurance!

Lid Eyeshadow: Sugarpill Pressed Eyeshadow in Bulletproof.

Red Accents: Inglot Eyeliner Gel Matte #79

Glitter: Make Up For Ever Black Glitter.

Waterline Eyeliner: Inglot Eyeliner Gel Matte #79 set with Sugarpill Pressed Eyeshadow in Love+.

Mascara: Tarte Lights, Camera Lashes! Mascara.

Eyebrows:  Inglot Eyeliner Gel Matte #79 blended into Sugarpill Pressed Eyeshadow in Bulletproof.

Eyelashes: Sugarpill Hush False Lashes.


Lipstick: Lime Crime Velvetines in Red Velvet* lined with black eyeliner and faced inward. Mini Review: Red Velvet Velvetine is great! It sets matte, isn’t drying, and you can touch it without it transferring. It’s also a very beautiful shade of true , deep red. I haven’t owned a budge proof lip product in a very long time, so this is really nice to be able to use. I would still maybe prep your lips first just in case your lips are already dry. Exfoliate them first, because like most matte products, it will enhance any dry and flakey/rough spots.

*Item received courtesy of respective brands. I was not asked to review them, nor paid to use them.

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