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Cosplay Makeup Tutorial by lila-the-hyper Cosplay Makeup Tutorial by lila-the-hyper
Not the best tutorial ever but yeah, hope that helped a bit!

Here is me on cosplay.com: [link]

And here's where I bought my makeup from: [link] It's a nice shop where I live at.

Any questions? Feel free to ask :3

Edit: Paradise makeup is a moist semi-soft cake makeup features vibrant colors that dry quickly with minimum rub-off. Extremely fine grained for needle-sharp lines and incredible detail. Removal with soap and water. Apply with brush or sponge over pressed powder or liquid makeup base.
Formula includes aloe and chamomile, glycerin, avacado and cocoa butter for a rich, vibrant color-saturated makeup that is gentle to even sensitive skin.
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:iconsmellylittlecat:
what shade do you recomend for a grell cosplay???
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:iconalexandrasalas:
alexandrasalas Nov 22, 2011   Digital Artist
Hello!

As part of Project Educate: Fan Art Week 2011, we had the honor to feature your work in Tutorial Features: Cosplay. Many thanks for sharing this with the Fan Art Community! :heart:
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:iconlila-the-hyper:
lila-the-hyper Nov 30, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Your welcome! Glad it was helpful :)
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Sanatio Jun 20, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Could this works with regular make-up? (like eyeshadow)
Paradise Makeup don't exist in France and I wouldn't buy online since I need to see the color IRL ^^;
I was told once that some eyeshadows can also be used as eyeliner when you put a watered brush on it, so I wonder if that technique could work.
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:iconyorutsu:
I'm in the same situation as you! (yeah i'm french and why do i speak English in the end? xD)
Did you try the eyeshadow with water now?!
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:iconsanatio:
Sanatio Feb 11, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
(bon je vais en profiter pour répondre dans la langue de Molière ^^):
Alors la technique de l'ombre à paupière à pas du tout marché, les pigments ne tenaient pas sur le sourcil avec de l'eau. Et puis par hasard, dans un magasin de costumes de Lyon (un tout petit) j'ai trouvé du maquillage en tubes de plusieurs couleurs (pour se peindre des motifs sur le visage) et ça a super bien marché sur les sourcils.
voilàààààà :D
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:iconyorutsu:
Oooh je voit! Tu a le nom de ces tube? Je tenterai de voire dans un magasin de costume!
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:iconsanatio:
Sanatio Feb 12, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
hmmm je l'ai pas là mais en gros c'est du maquillage de clown (enfin c'est le dessin sur le tube) mais c'est pas du matos de pro donc ça devrait se trouver partout.
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:iconyorutsu:
Ah oui je voit! X)
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:iconpielover-777:
pielover-777 Aug 16, 2010  Hobbyist
Painting your eyebrrows? Thats a good idea!
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