Add orange body paint beneath the white, and use the stippling technique to blend the colors together. Draw the orange out past the corners of your eyes, a bit further than you took the white. Bring the orange down to the top of your eyelid.
Deepen the intensity of the look by adding black eyeshadow into the crease of your eye. Filling in the crease with black adds dimension.
The final step for adding color to your eyes is to apply a thin line of turquoise shadow to the lower eyelid.
While the lashes set, you can add blush.
- Use a sponge, or one of your brushes, to add hot pink body paint along your hair line and down onto your forehead.
- Fade the pink out as you bring it down onto your forehead.
Step #14: Make the eye cage
Glue the rivets onto your face. Place two over each eyebrow, and one right above your nose. Add three underneath each eye, and one on either side of your nostrils, about halfway up your nose. Use the cosmetic glue, and give the rivets a few moments to dry.
- Cut lengths of the velvet ribbon that are long enough to run from the upper rivets to the lower rivets.
- Dab both ends of the cut ribbon into the cosmetic glue, then press them into the rivets. The glue dries quickly, but work slowly, holding each ribbon in place for about 30 seconds to set them.
- Create a basket weave with the ribbons, working from the outside of your eye in, towards your nose.
- Once the glue is dry, the ribbons will be surprisingly sturdy, but until then, they are very fragile. Hold your face as still as possible until all the ribbons are completely set.