How to look like a doll (make up)

How to look like a doll (make up)


Hello all of you! This makeup tutorial explains, you, how to imitate the look of the BJD. Short for “Ball Jointed Doll” Dollfie Doll, or Asian Doll, as they are sometimes called. An inspiration to create this makeup, was a doll itself, that some nice people at Hyper Japan 2012 gave me to pose for a photo. Tadaaaaaa! *Camera Click* Let’s start! Use moisturizer, to create a base, that makes your skin look smooth. Press the moisturizer with lifting strokes, into your skin. Be gentle with your skin. The facial skin is the most sensitive, so make sure, your hands and face are clean, so you don’t transfer bacteria into your pores, and avoid breakouts. When the cream is absorbed, apply a second layer. Wait until the second one is absorbed by your skin, too. And, apply the third, and last layer. Applying more than one layer of moisturizer is more effective. This part is optional, but listen. Before we start applying any makeup, insert circle lenses. It’s wrong inserting them after the makeup is done. Use a pink or peach tone concealer, one shade lighter than your natural skin tone, to create an even, and flawless face shape. Apply around the dark area under your eye, eyelids, and the infamous T-Zone. Apply the second coat of concealer, and blend, blend, blend and blend. No magic, but only blending is the only and one key to creating an even base. Get powder in your natural skin tone. Lightly dab the sponge with the powder, then, dab the sponge to your facial areas. We only dab, expressing too much powder onto your skin, would mess up the doll look. We want the difference between powder color, and natural color to be seen, as it creates a natural but doll-like skin. Dolls got mysterious, beautifully, deep-set eyes, so keep watching, to see how you can do that, too! Choose light pink eye shadow, and apply color from eyelid to brow bone. Choose a reddish-brown, and apply to your outer eye corner. Then, blend the two colors. Makeup is art, and there’s a wide variety of tools for us to use. Take a lip liner, but use it as an eye liner. Line about the half of your lower lash line, and blend, moving your finger upward. Apply mascara, a lot of mascara, to make both your real lashes, and lower lashes, thick and long. Now, get fake lashes. For a dolly look, look for lashes that aren’t too long, have a thin lash band, many, but thin lashes, and have their ultimate longest lash hair, set in the middle of the lash band. Use light pink blush, smile, and apply on your cheeks. Apply blush on your temples. This time, bronzer is not used to tan us, but to create warm shadows. Dab a small amount of bronzer on a powder brush, and apply to your sides, over the light pink blush, to create a warm, and soft color tone. Dab some bronzer on your finger, and apply to the sides of your nose. This will give an illusion of a narrow nose, like most dolls usually have. To create soft looking lips, line your lips with a brown lip liner. Blend the lip liner on your lips. Stoke cherry red lip liner on your lips. Then, blend the two colors together. Dab red, or pink lip gloss on your lips. Then, press them together. Now, you have simply dreamy lips, with soft colors. Look! We are done! I hope, that you too, will enjoy trying out this doll makeup. See you in my next video!

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