Hey True Believers!
It’s been a long while since I’ve posted a new look and I apologize for making you all wait! My life has been crazy busy since costuming season started (which some of you know, is something else I do). I’ve been super busy making new costumes for the renaissance faire as well as the masquerade balls coming up this summer! (Myth Masque and Labyrinth of Jareth). All of that combined with a full-time job has left very little time for me to update my blog, film tutorials, and do makeup on myself. WonderCon is also this weekend and I hope I run into some of you guys there!! I’ll be there the entire weekend so if you see me please say hello! 🙂
With all that said, I present to you Miss Sinister! Miss Sinister, or Claudine Renko, is a female clone of Mr. Sinister, the infamous X-Men villain. She’s just as crafty as her male counterpart, but has more sex appeal. She’s a fairly new character in the X-Men universe, and her fate is currently unknown, but I do hope they keep her around as I think it’d be interesting to see her and a fully resurrected Mr. Sinister go at each others throats. . Her abilities are telepathy and a healing factor. She’s basically Mr. Sinister without his memories.
For the shape of the eye makeup, I incorporated a stylized “S” in using the crease. I also used the traditional colors for Miss Sinister/Mr. Sinister which are the red, black, and white. I also got a chance to use some of the new Sugarpill Eyeshadows from the Cold Chemistry collection I picked up at IMATS LA this past January. (I have an IMATS LA haul video filmed, and not edited, so that will be up at some point where I talk about some of the things I purchased.) And again, I’ve collaborated with my amazing artist friend Sara Richard who took my makeup design and illustrated it on a portrait of Miss Sinister which you can see below!
I do have a tutorial for this look, but alas, I’ve had no time to edit it so it will be up on my YouTube channel sometime in April I hope! (Basically I’ll be quite busy until after July! So I’ll do what I can!)
*Lip Gloss received courtesy of Manic Panic Glam. I was not paid to use it or asked to review it. I also am not making any money from any links in this post. For my full disclosure statement, please go here.
Face Primer: Youngblood Cosmetics Mineral Primer
Foundation: Urban Decay Naked Foundation 6.0.
Powder: Purely Cosmetics Diamond Powder.
Blush: Nars Blush in Orgasm.
Contouring: OCC Skin Conceal in Y4*
Highlight: Ben Nye Luxury Powder in Banana.
Eyeshadow Primer: Lime Crime Candy Eyed Eyeshadow Primer.*
Lid Eyeshadow: Sugarpill Pressed Eyeshadow in Love+ with SugarpillPressed Eyeshadow in @#$%! (seriously, that’s the name lol) in the center.
Crease: Sugarpill Pressed Eyeshadow in Bulletproof with Sugarpill Pressed Eyeshadow in Soot & Stars dabbed on top.
Brow Highlight: Sugarpill Pressed Eyeshadow in Tako with Sugarpill Pressed Eyeshadow in Diamond Eyes patted on top of the outer edge of the white and right underneath the brow.
Eyeliner: Inglot Eyeliner Gel Matte #79.
Waterline Eyeliner: Inglot Eyeliner Gel Matte #79 set with Sugarpill Pressed Eyeshadow in Bulletproof.
Lower Lashline: Sugarpill Pressed Eyeshadow in @#$%! blended out into Sugarpill Pressed Eyeshadow in Bulletproof.
Mascara: Tarte Lights, Camera Lashes! Mascara.
Eyebrows: Inglot Eyeliner Gel Matte #79
Eyelashes: Miss Adoro Lashes #117
Lipliner: Sonia Kashuk Lip Definer in China Red.
Lipstick: Make Up For Ever Rouge Artist Intense Lipstick in Moulin Rouge
Lip Gloss: Manic Panic Collection High Voltage Gloss in Radioactive.* (Mini Review: This is the coolest packaging for a gloss I have ever seen! When you pull unscrew the cap and pull out the wand, there’s a light under it that comes on! You can use it to apply your gloss in a dark car or in a club using the mirror on the side of the gloss tube! This gloss is a gorgeous metallic red that is blue based and the smell is kind of like a plastic smell, so it doesn’t have a candy or sugary smell to it. It’s not a super sticky gloss and is opaque. I’d use it again, but I wish it smelled more appealing. I think I actually have video of this on the tutorial that is going up later for this look.)
Arda Wigs Matilda lace front wig in Black.