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Gothic lolita and aristocrat hair and make up tutorial - for a photoshoot, by iiraliina

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Published on Jun 5, 2011

Hello, everyone!

I made this video earlier as an arts project with a theme "How can make up change a person's looks" and the whole idea of the video was to use a lot of make up, so I came up with the idea of doing something lolita and aristocrat related and use this make up for a photoshoot (that wasn't held afterall). I don't usually use this much make up even when I wear lolita, but I think that, as cameras tend to eat most of the details from a persons face, this would be suitable for a photoshoot. :)

Here you can see how much women (and men) can change their looks by using make up and hair products. And, actually, for many women it's quite hard to show their face to anyone without make up. For some make up is a shield, but for me it's something that I find fun to do, so I hope that you find this video atleast a bit funny. I wanted to show this video to you as so many people asked me to upload a tutorial online. So, I hope you like it. :)

It's also possible to make a lighter version out of this make up by leaving some parts away. For example, I usually like to use less eye shadow and leave my eyebrows white (I DO have eyebrows, but they are white and I don't want to dye them as I like them as they are). I don't usually use as much blush either. From this video I left my circle lenses and fake eyelashes away because due to my hay fever my eyes are incredibly dry.

And, once again, I feel incredibly silly infront of a camera. It feels just too funny to upload videos of yourself doing make up on Youtube. Haha, anyways, I hope you enjoy. Atleast my arts teacher was shocked how much my looks changed with make up. Personally I think I look like a tranny, haha. However, it was fun.

I hope you all have a nice day! feel free to comment and give concrit. I highly appreciate honest and politely given critique. :)

  • Category

  • Song

    • Bluebells
  • Artist

    • Kevin Kendle
  • Album

    • Flowers
  • Licensed by

    • (on behalf of New World Music); ASCAP
  • Song

  • Artist

    • Kevin Kendle
  • Album

    • Flowers
  • Licensed by

    • The Orchard Music (on behalf of New World Music Ltd.); ASCAP

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