Marie Antoinette Inspired Makeup Tutorial – Costume Party Look #FacePaintBook

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To celebrate my book #Facepaintbook I’m making tutorials based on the looks of some of my favourite makeup muses that appear throughout the book.. First up, the fashion and beauty icon Marie Antoinette. This film shows how to interpret her signature look – perfect for a costume party. I hope you like it. X

The makeup look that I’m wearing in the introduction is this… on my eyes is Lancôme’s Hypnôse Doll Eyes Palette in Taupe Au Natural – , Cheeks – Lancome’s Blush Subtil in Figure Espiegle – and on my Lips, Clinique’s Chubby Stick in Heaping Hazelnut –

In the film I use MAC’s Pro Studio Fix for the base, for a cheaper alternative Stargazer’s Pressed Powder in White is great.

Thanks to my gorgeous model Bo Jong

L'Oréal – Infallible Foundation – Porcelain 015 :
ZOEVA – 104 Buffer:
Revlon – ColorStay Concealer – Light 02 :
Sigma – Concealer Brush F75:
Shu Uemura – Natural Foundation Brush – 18:
NYX – HD Studio Photogenic Finishing Powder – Translucent:
MAC – Pro – Studio Fix Foundation Pastels – Shivering White :
Stargazer – Pressed Powder – White:
MAC – Studio Fix Powder Plus Foundation :
Pür Minerals – Chisel Makeup Brush :
Suqqu – Eyeshadow Brush – L:
theBalm – Meet Matt(e) Nude Eyeshadow Palette:
MAC – Oval 3 Brush:
NYX – Hot Singles Eyeshadow – Raven:
Bourjois – Volume 1 Seconde Mascara – Black:
Chanel – Pinceau Brosse Sourcils – Brow / Lash Brush – No.11 :
Urban Decay – Afterglow 8-Hour Powder Blush – Crush :
MAC – Oval 6 Brush :
Hakuhodo – Concealer Brush – B516 :
Suqqu – Cheek Brush:
By Terry – Baume de Rose Nutri-Couleur:
Tweezerman – Slant Tweezer:

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I can’t guarantee that all of the make-up and skincare products I recommend will suit you. I only use products I personally think are good having tried them on myself and my clients but everyone's skin is different and it's possible to be allergic to anything. Wherever possible, test products out on yourself before purchasing.

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44 COMMENTS

  1. Two years later and I still come back to this video whenever I'm feeling my Marie-Antoinette obsession rise again. I love your technique and personality, but I equally love your infusion of historical facts and trivia. Lovely video, honestly.

  2. This makeup is the most beautiful Marie Antoinette's makeup I've ever seen…and believe me when I say that I saw a lot!!! Besides, the makeup artist is so professional and she has a marvelous accent!!! Love this video!!

  3. Interesting fact, one of the main reasons the French court believed in having white skin was because it symbolized power of not having to go out and work and labor. If you had white skin, it meant that you stayed inside and did not have to go out and work

  4. I actually quite like this look. xD I'd never be able to pull off the incredibly pale face, but I would definitely consider applying the rouge and a tinted lip balm (gives a youthful appearance). ^-^

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