With the outlandish first look I just had to make something a little more wearable. Sadly the make-up limit was driving me crazy. It is almost becoming impossible to create eye make-up for two eyes. When it happens I have to resort into using the Starpoint hairstyle into covering the other eye. As always, if you do not have any of the make-up featured then substitute for other products that you currently own.
Hope you enjoyed the tutorial.
I don’t know what is going to happen to this blog from now on. I’ll probably just be writing weekly and logging into Stardoll when I can be bothered.
My poor laptop has been on all afternoon and I need to give it a long rest. So I apologise if I haven’t replied to any Guestbook comments (I actually forgot to reply to several comments yesterday as well). I’ll also reply to all the comments here in the next couple of days. This is my last week of school until the Easter Holidays – I’ve got my final Art deadline and I have so much work to finish and also Music Listening mock-exams so it’s uncertain how much time I’ll get to go online.
Anyways Goodnight folks, hope you all enjoy the tutorial ;). Credit for the original make-up goes to Verojun (on Stardoll, she doesn’t have a Youtube account) and also MissClaire1994x for the entire collab idea. Thankfully we managed to complete the tutorial this week since it had been postponed for a month or so. We had a slight struggle with the title since all we had to really work with in the beginning was the snapshot of Verojun’s Medoll but we got there in the end. I’ll post up Claire’s version up here when she makes it public.
UPDATE: Claire’s version