Pop Art Look - Do It Yourself

Create that perfect fun pop art look

YOU CAN DO THIS MAKEUP USING 2 TYPES OF MAKEUP:
FACEPAINT THAT IS WATER BASED & or BEAUTY MAKEUP if you are prone to sweating a lot. IF YOU GO WITH FACEPAINT I WOULD RECOMMEND YOU GET YOURSELF SOME GOOD PROFESSIONAL FACE PAINT PRODUCTS LIKE ''MEHRON PARADISE MAKEUP'' AS YOU WILL BE WEARING THIS MAKEUP FOR FEW HOURS AND WANT TO AVOID ITCHING CRAZINESS THAT WILL PROBABLY OCCUR WITH CHEAP QUALITY MAKEUP. IF YOU ARE GOING FOR BEAUTY MAKEUP, I PERSONALLY GO WITH WATERPROOF MAC OR MAKEUP FOR EVER PRODUCTS.

WHAT YOU WILL NEED
1-IF YOU ARE USING FACEPAINT: 
- red face paint
- black face paint    
- white face paint   
- 1 medium size brush   
- 1 small size brush for details
2- IF YOUR ARE USING BEAUTY MAKEUP:  
- waterproof red lipliner
- waterproof black eyeliner       
- white eyeliner

STEP 1-
Outline your features: Jaw line, contour your forehead, bridge of the nose and nostrils , ear lob ,cheekbone, neck line.

STEP 2-
Outline your eyebrows with an emotional shape and fill it in.

STEP 3-
Outline your eye with a cat eye shape.

STEP 4-
Add some white highlights underneath then outline the lower lashe line with a black line.

STEP 5-
Draw some lashes using the smallest brush.

STEP 6-
Fill in your lips with red pigment, you can exaggerate it’s shape to give it a luscious look.

STEP 7-
Outline your lips with black then add some depth and shading to the corners, the center and under your lower lip. 

STEP 8-
Add some highlights with a white pigment to accentuate the cartoon look.

STEP 9-
Using the opposite side of your brush, dip it in white paint and create some dots to give it that pop art comic book touch, use a smaller tip to create the smaller dots.

A M A L

Contributor

Makeup Artist, hairstylist and painter with a philosophical approach to her art, Amal considers every face a canvas with endless possibilities to translate beauty through inspiration. She mingles with colours, textures and morphology and shares her unique touch whether its for fashion editorials, advertising, photoshoots or working with other artists. Her work has been published all over the world, from Vogue Italy to FTV Indochina and has worked with some of the world's top fashion icons, such as Ève Salvail and Jean Paul Gaultier.