Hey guys! Back to you with a new colorful makeup look and I hope you like it 😉
The inspiration behind this look comes from Wasarasa, the Japanese Textile dying technique.
I was introduced to Wasarasa last Sunday when I attended Singaplural with hubby. Singaplural to those who dont know it is a design festival that takes place every year in Singapore.
In Wasarasa they dip a stencil into the pigment then meticulously press it on the textile to dye a kimono or an obi. I was so impressed by the accuracy and delicacy of this handmade technique and wanted to mimic somehow the idea in Makeup application. First thing came to my mind was using different Q-tips to layer multiple colored and sized dots randomly over one another. I also add smaller dots by fine eyeliner brushes.
All products I used in this look are from NYX Cosmetics:
- Eye Shadow Base in white color
- Liquid Suede Cream Lipstick in Kitten Heels, Respect The Pink and Tea & cookies
- VIVID BRIGHTS Eyeliner in Vivid Halo & Vivid Envy.
I kept my skin and complexions very simple to keep the focus on my Wasarasa makeup creation 😉 Hope you like it and till next makeup creation!
Rabab Kelani is a certified Permanent Makeup Artist commonly known as Brow Artist. Dr. Rabab is a specialist in micropigmentation and semipermanent techniques, and her art is widely known in Germany, Singapore, and Egypt.
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