{Beautirati} Makeup Skittles & Chinese Delights

Beautirati logo by Sasha H. Muradali. 2009 All Rights Reserved.

The great thing about being a makeup artist and having friends come to visit you is that they allow you to play dress up…on them. So come with me and step into Candylandia East Asia!

My college roomie and blogger-amazingness, @ReviewRomance came to visit me this past weekend and I got to play:-

Look 1 “Skittles”

Products:-

  • Diorshow Blackout Mascara
  • Natural Cosmetics – #14 Aqua Glitter Paint
  • Lumiere Hypnotic eye pigment
  • Collection 2000 Dazzle Me in “Bewitch” and another aqua blue that the label came off of.
  • Cheeky Cosmetics Lemon Twist pigment
  • I Touch Roses 11:11
  • I Touch Roses Automatic
  • I Touch Roses PJM 
  • I Touch Roses Surprise

Makeup Skittles, makeup by ME, model Keira :)Makeup Skittles, makeup by ME, model Keira 🙂

 

Makeup Skittles, makeup by ME, model Keira 🙂

Makeup Skittles, makeup by ME, model Keira 🙂

Look 2 “Chinese Delights”

Products:

  • Diorshow Blackout Mascara
  • Lumiere Hypnotic eye pigment
  • I Touch Roses touch roses
  • I Touch Roses 11:11
  • MAC Blacktrack fluidline
  • MAC Black Black pigment
  • Lumiere 3-D eye

Makeup Chinese Delights, makeup by ME, model Keira 🙂

Makeup Chinese Delights, makeup by ME, model Keira 🙂

Makeup Chinese Delights, makeup by ME, model Keira 🙂

 

You can find Keira here at Love Romance Passion for romance novel bloggers and readers alike.

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Sasha Muradali runs the ‘Little Pink Book’ and has been a makeup artist with MAC Cosmetics since 2004 in Florida. She has over 10-years experience in professional makeup. If you live in South Florida and are looking to hire a makeup artist, or if you just want some makeup advice, send her your inquires here.

Copyright © 2009 SashaH. Muradali. All Rights Reserved.

Comments

  1. JennOrtiz says:

    this reminds me of how girls painted their faces at the summer music festivals

  2. thebeautyfile says:

    WOW! These looks are AMAZING! Totally incredible. You are uber talented!!

  3. Thanks! 🙂

  4. I look soooo pretty! Yay!

  5. May be too avant garde for my taste. Seems messy and lacks serious blending. Its just kinda all over the place but I guess thats the look? Not sure I would expect this from a pro MUA but maybe a young girl playing with makeup. I guess thats the good thing about makeup, you play with it, venture out, get creative and if it backfires; wash off and start over. Great attempt though. The colors you used are highly pigmented!

  6. Wow….I think that was the nastiest comment I have ever read. SMDH….mean people suck.

  7. How fun was that! I think you're super talented, I would hire you (may be you can come to PDX?) Ignore that nasty comment…

  8. JennOrtiz says:

    Yes, probably way too avant garde for you. This isn't exactly something most would wear out.

    Frankly, I think these are lovely and very theatrical. They aren't supposed to be blended. Can you imagine if she did blend? That would look like a mess. It's supposed to look painted. That's like telling an artis who does Cirque du Soleil makeup to blend.

  9. Thanks 🙂 I really appreciate that!
    Maybe I will come visit, we can swap cameras and do some fun photography.
    Did you hear? Sony is coming out with three new ones. I saw a tweet on it
    today!

  10. I was thinking of summer when I was doing it. Afterwards, Keira said it reminded her of Skittles! 🙂

  11. Thanks Jennifer, you hit the nail on the head. 🙂

  12. JennOrtiz says:

    Yes, I agree, it seems to be far too avant garde for your tastes. However, I don't think it is because it is messy or unblended. I think it is because you don't understand makeup. There's makeup you wear on the street and makeup you do as art. {I'm the queen of natural makeup, but even I get the point of fun makeup and theatrical/creative makeup.}

    Imagine if you blended all these colors, it would look like a mess! You can't blend something like this. I'm not sure if you pay attention to runways, but a few seasons ago, some beautiful water color and tearflow makeup was used in several shows not far off from this.

    You wouldn't tell Cirque du Soleil artists to blend their makeup, so why are you telling this makeup artist to do it?

  13. lol, thanks Lianne 🙂

  14. JennOrtiz says:

    Yes, I agree, it seems to be far too avant garde for your tastes. However, I don't think it is because it is messy or unblended. I think it is because you don't understand makeup. There's makeup you wear on the street and makeup you do as art. {I'm the queen of natural makeup, but even I get the point of fun makeup and theatrical/creative makeup.}

    Imagine if you blended all these colors, it would look like a mess! You can't blend something like this. I'm not sure if you pay attention to runways, but a few seasons ago, some beautiful water color and tearflow makeup was used in several shows not far off from this.

    You wouldn't tell Cirque du Soleil artists to blend their makeup, so why are you telling this makeup artist to do it?

  15. Well, she's right about one thing… “highly pigmented”. *LOL* Love Look #2!!!

  16. Wow, someone who is mean and stupid – what a surprise! At least if you're going to be a snippy little holier-than-thou, do it for real and LEARN BASIC SPELLING AND GRAMMAR. We know who the real “young girl” is. The 'Skittles' look is pretty obviously meant for clubbing, FaerieWorlds, belly dancing, or the stage. And I think it is AMAZING! :o)

  17. Thank you Kat. I appreciate that 🙂

  18. Thank you Kat. I appreciate that 🙂

  19. Wow, someone who is mean and stupid – what a surprise! At least if you're going to be a snippy little holier-than-thou, do it for real and LEARN BASIC SPELLING AND GRAMMAR. We know who the real “young girl” is. The 'Skittles' look is pretty obviously meant for clubbing, FaerieWorlds, belly dancing, or the stage. And I think it is AMAZING! :o)

  20. Thank you Kat. I appreciate that 🙂