Let's get started with the dolly look tutorial!
1. Before applying any makeup, always prep your skin by cleansing it with oil free face wash. If you have dry skin, apply a thin layer of water base moisturizer
2. After the fierce makeup look, I realize my sister has a relatively dry skin. So instead of MAC Fix+ spray, for this look I decided to stick with Revlon PhotoReady Primer as base. Then, using a foundation brush, apply foundation all over your face. For this look, I used L'oreal True Match LUMI foundation
3. Same as the fierce makeup, using a matte finish scotch tape, cut out a double eyelid tape and tape it right where you want the eyelid to crease
4. Using a brow brush, fill in your brow starting from the middle and work you way to the outside. I used a light brown eyeshadow for the brow as this will create a softer look
5. Using a black NYX retractable eyeliner, outline the inner upper lashline
6. Using a white NYX eyeliner, outline the inner lower lashline as this will make your eyes look bigger
7. Using an eyeshadow brush, apply a baby pink eyeshadow on your eyelid. Then using a crease brush and apply a hot pink along your crease area
|sorry this picture look much brighter than the other ones because it's getting dark outside and there's not enough natural light in my room so I am force to use my camera flash for this picture :/|
8. Most Important Step: this is the most important step if you want to create a dolly look and that is applying false eyelashes. Using Revlon false eyelash adhesive, apply both upper and lower false eyelash. Always try to stick it as close to the lash line as possible to create a natural look. Apply a thin layer of mascara on your false eyelashes
9. Using a The Body Shop Lily Lole Lip & Cheek Dome (20 Pinch me pink), apply blush on the apples your cheek
10. Apply highlight on the nose bridge, chin and the tip of your upper lips. I used the lightest concealer from Make Up For Ever Camouflage Cream Palette as highlight.
11. Finally, throw on a cute hair wig and you have completed this dolly look!
Hope you like this tutorial and I'll catch up with you all soon :)