Moon Child Makeup Tutorial Feat. ABH Moon Child Glow Kit + Tarte Tarteist Pro Eyeshadow Palette

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Good morning! Wednesdays’ blog is up a tad late. I was just going to take a nap yesterday but I ended up just plain going to be. Sleep and I are not getting along lately. Anyway, today I have a tutorial using the Anastasia Moon Child Glow Kit and a few shadows from the Tarte Tartest Pro Palette. The star of this show is the Moon Child Glow Kit, though. 

I really wanted to do a look more so inspired by the Fields of the Nephilim song called Moon Child and pull color inspiration from the video and of course, incorporate the glow kit. I wanted this look to be very dark with hints of the 1980’s early 90’s goth scene.

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If you want to see how to get this witchy look, just keep reading below.

Here’s a look at my inspiration. I wanted to use dusty deep mauves, and hints of blue and black with a silver shine.

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The star of the show today is the Anastasia Beverly Hills Moonchild Glow Kit, particularly the shade called Star and I pulled all my matte shades from the Tarte Tartiest Pro Palette.

Anastasia Beverly Hills Moon Child Glow Kit

Anastasia Beverly Hills Moon Child Glow Kit

The Eyes

Let’s get started. I begin with my brows done and eye primed as usual. I just used my concealer to prime my eyes and set over the lids with a translucent powder. I used concealer because I was going for a super pale look and I wanted to blank out any discoloration of my lids. I also went a bit more dramatic on the brow.

On a big fluffy brush, I took the shade Vintage from the Tarteist Pro Palette. It’s an almost pure white shade.

tarte Tarteist Pro Amazonian Clay Palette

tarte Tarteist Pro Amazonian Clay Palette

 

Nor that you can really see it but I applied Vintage to the brow bone and inner corner of the eye.1Next, on a fluffy crease brush, I took the shade Profesh which is a cool toned brown shade, it’s almost a mauve shade.

tarte Tarteist Pro Amazonian Clay Palette

tarte Tarteist Pro Amazonian Clay Palette

I took this into the crease and a transition shade. I really blew this color out, bringing it up to the brow bone on the inner corner and in a cat eye shape toward the tail of the brow.

 

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Taking a deeper grayed out plum shade, this one is called Fierce with a more flat blending brush to pack the color on.

tarte Tarteist Pro Amazonian Clay Palette

tarte Tarteist Pro Amazonian Clay Palette

I applied this shade all over the lid and blended into the crease.

 

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Then I took the black shade called Punk on a pencil brush.

tarte Tarteist Pro Amazonian Clay Palette

tarte Tarteist Pro Amazonian Clay Palette

 

Punk went into the outer portion of the lid and blended over into the Fierce shade. I drug the black shade up toward the tail of the brow and blended it as I went for a lifted look.4
Next, I cleaned up the edges with a q-tip and some face primer. I wanted to get a clean structured line. 5

Moving on to eyeliner, I used the Kat Von D Tattoo Liner in Trooper to create a kind of thin but long wing, Then with the black eyeshadow I softened the line and blended it at the outer corner so it meshed right into the eyeshadow.

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For the lower lash line, I took Profesh and began smoking it out.

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Next, I tight lined with a deep gray eyeliner. This one is from Tarte, I believe it’s called Slate.

20170314_112809I added some more smokiness with the Fierce shade blending a little lower down, then softening with Profesh20170314_112946

I added some more of the gray liner to the lower lashline into the roots of the lashes and softened it with the black eyeshadow. 7

From the Moonchild Glow kit, I took the shade Star on the inner corner. 

Anastasia Beverly Hills Moon Child Glow Kit

Anastasia Beverly Hills Moon Child Glow Kit – Star

I blended Star slightly inward a little bit on the lid and on the lower lash line, as well as the brow bone.8

I finished off the eye by curling my lashes and applying a few coats of mascara.9

For mascara, I used the Tarte Tarteist Lash Paint.

Tarte Tarteist Lash Paint

Tarte Tarteist Lash Paint

 

The Skin

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For foundation, I used the Nyx Total Control Drops in Alabaster. Then for concealer, I used a combination of the Kat Von D Lock-It Concealer in Warm Neutral and White. I set everything with a translucent setting powder.

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Nyx Total Control Drop Foundation

NYX Total Control Drop Foundation Review and Demo

I contoured my face with a super cool toned contour, for this I used Nyx Blush in Taupe (Discontinued) and for blush, I used Tarte’s Memorable then highlighted using Star from the ABH Moonchild Glow Kit. I finished the skin off with Hourglass Ambient Lighting Powder in Ethereal and set everything with a setting spray.

The Lips

Nyx Liquid Suede in Alien

Nyx Liquid Suede in Alien

For the lips, I used Nyx Liquid Suede in Alien topped with Star.

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Review here: Nyx Liquid Suede Review and Swatches

 

The Finished Look

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I hope you enjoyed this look! Come back Friday for a review of the Finesse Restore and Strengthen Shampoo and Conditioner, and check out my review of the ABH Moonchild Glow Kit here: Anastasia Beverly Hills Moon Child Glow Kit Review, Swatches and Looks. 

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16 Replies to “Moon Child Makeup Tutorial Feat. ABH Moon Child Glow Kit + Tarte Tarteist Pro Eyeshadow Palette”

  1. The eyemakeup is so on point and really wicked looking..Awesome💗

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  2. ayrgalaxy says:

    I LOVE your tutorials! So easy to follow but I’m not sure I can execute that smokey eye the same way lol. And I loved that highlighting shade you chose.

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  3. You rocked this look!

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  4. Dee says:

    I will never get dramatic winged eye looks down. I just can’t do it. Beautiful look! I nominated you for the One Lovely Blog award! https://stuffinapowderpuff.wordpress.com/2017/03/16/one-lovely-blog-award/

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