Part 3 of my DC-inspired, wearable makeup looks was my most challenging yet: Wonder Woman! Wonder Woman is easily one of my favourite DC heroes but the makeup look I wanted to create involved trying out a few new techniques which I’ve never done before!
The first big difficult thing I needed to do was to use stickers as little stencils to create some cut-out effects in the blue gradient eyeshadow.
I have no idea if any face-specific stickers exist, so I raided the stationary section at WH Smith. They worked surprisingly well, however, an obstacle was how I had to ‘dab’ the eyeshadow on with a really soft brush, rather than brushing it on. This made blending the 2 shades of blue together more difficult, but if I’d brushed instead of ‘dabbed’ then the stickers moved or fell off. I just had to go really slowly and build up the colour really gradually.
Another difficult part was the cut-crease. I’ve never (intentionally) done one of these before. I used the NYX white eyeshadow base to cover the lid and then applied a red powder shadow over the top. The main issue is that the NYX base, when applied thick enough to cover the blue, was very sticky and it look a long time to dry, even with the shadow. If I tried this look again I’d probably use the Revolution full-coverage concealer instead.
Another thing I’d change about this look is to add more gold – Wonder Woman needs ALL THE SPARKLE!
Here’s a full list of all the products I used and affiliate codes for Amazon but no pressure to use them:
Revolution Pro Pore Primer
Flame False Nails from Primark
I ♥ Revolution Mermaid’s Heart Palette
Obsession Be Very Afraid Palette
Barry M Glitter Bomb Eyeshadow in Bling Bling
Fright Club Glitter Eye Cream from Primark
Eyeshadow Covers from Primark
Star Stickers from WH Smith
NXY White Eyeshadow Base
Revolution Pro Supreme Matte Lip Pigment in Spiritual