How to use the rainbow makeup look on your skin tone
Posted On June 20, 2021
Posted May 04, 2018 07:29:53 When I was little, I wore a rainbow makeup style called the ‘Pixies’ to my elementary school dance.
It was fun, and my classmates liked it too.
I also remember feeling proud to be a part of something that was so out of this world.
I remember my mom wearing a black skirt, pink hat, and matching glasses.
She also had a pink lip gloss.
I thought it was cute.
The girls liked it, too.
When I was a child, my mom and I used to play a lot of cards and games.
The game I used as a child was called ‘Duck Hunt’, and it was a board game I played with my sisters and my brother.
My brothers were a bit younger, but I played alongside them.
One day my brother and I were playing in the backyard when we saw a little duck on the board.
I looked up and saw that it was my little sister’s cousin, Rita.
I was ecstatic to see her.
I took a picture of her, and then I ran home with a box of paint brushes and started painting her face.
Rito and I would often play Duck Hunt.
When I got older, I wanted to paint Rita’s face.
I started out by doing a ‘normal’ face.
Then I went deeper, making it more realistic, like Rita’s.
When I did it, it was really cool.
When we painted Rita’s cheekbones, her eyes, and her eyebrows, it felt really magical.
It was like I was painting my sister’s face!
It wasn’t until a few years ago that I started experimenting with more natural looking makeup and made my own rainbow makeup looks.
I started out with just one eye shadow and mascara, which I used with my fingers.
I used the same colors for all of my eyes.
I’ve always loved the colour blue.
I have very little grey in my eyes, so I chose blue for my brows and eyelashes.
I just wanted to make it natural, and also look pretty.
Later on, I added eye shadow, lipstick, blush, and mascara.
I kept going with different shades of red and yellow, but eventually, I made the makeup look as ‘real’ as possible.
One day I took the makeup off and I realized I had too much mascara, so for a few weeks, I just kept wearing it.
My friends loved the rainbow look, and I loved it too!
I don’t have a perfect picture of how I started with this look.
I’m not sure how long I wore it for, but at one point, I had a lot more mascara than I wanted.
So I decided to try something new.
I applied the mascara using a pencil.
When it was all done, I used a paint brush to paint a circle with the color I wanted, then I just wiped it off.
I would use the brush again the next day and again the day after that.
Once the color was done, my eyes looked like this.
I think the highlight color is probably my pinky ring finger.
I use the same color for the eyelashes too, and they are also pinky.
Sometimes I’d wear this look for a while, then look at it and think, ‘This is not the right shade, I can do a different one.’
Then I would switch to the pinky finger and change it.
This way, I’d get the look of Rita’s cheeks.