THIS IS TODAY’S POISON IVY MAKEUP LOOK, SHOWN ON MY VIDEO BELOW:
I love comic book characters and I love modeling as the Batman Villain, “Poison Ivy.” I’ve modeled her a lot in several shoots with different themes so I decided to do a Poison Ivy makeup tutorial. I got inspired to do this because looking through older photos of me in my costume in different shoots, I noticed that everytime my makeup looks slightly different. For example, one shoot, my eye makeup was all green. Another shoot I did, I wore green and gold makeup so I decided to create my own Ivy look.
Here’s some past pictures of me from past shoots I did in my sexy “Poison Ivy,” costume.
Here’s the video I did yesterday to show my makeup tutorial. Plus all the makeup colors and brands I used.
Sugarpill eyeshadow in “Tako.”
LimeCrime Venus 2 palette, “Mustard.”
Urban Decay Basquiat palette, “Exu.”
MAC eyeshadow in “Goldmine.”
Storybook Cosmetics, Wizardry and Witchcraft palette, “Potions.”
Jeffree Star Cosmetics, skin frost, “SnowCone.”
Urban Decay 24/7 glide on lip pencil in, ” 714.”
MAC Rocky Horror Picture Show lipstick in, “Oblivion.”
I did a hot Jeffree Star themed photo shoot today and it was very sexy and fun. For the shoot, I dressed up in the first piece of clothing I ever bought from Jeffree Star Cosmetics which was the sexy black vegan vest with the pink lip ammunition and star ensignia that you see here. Since my first JS clothing purchase, I have bought a bunch more. And don’t get me started on all the JS makeup I own. In today’s photoshoot, with the exceptions of my bottoms and shoes, I wore nothing but Jeffree Star. I truly love all of Jeffree’s products and when it comes to the makeup, all the formulas, such as the lipstick formula is top notch. It doesn’t make your lips feel super dry like other liquid lipstick brands do and is very easy to apply.
I’m losing count on all the Jeffree Star lipsticks (liquid and the lip ammunition) I have and will be buying more soon I’m sure.
The SKIN FROST highlights are amazing too and I already know what color I want to get next.
I could go on and on about how much I love Jeffree’s products!
Enjoy these photos from my “Androgny,” shoot plus my youtube video tutorial. PLEASE ENJOY AND THANK YOU TO FABULOUS JEFFREE STAR!!!!!!
Audrey Hepburn is my all time favorite actress and the most beautiful actress I’ve ever seen. I have been a fan of hers since I was a little kid because of my mommy and I watched all her films. I even remembered the day she past away. That was a sad day for me.
Today I did a “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” photoshoot and I loved it. I felt very in my element. I actually did two versions of my “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” shoot which I’ll explain later. By the way, if you haven’t seen my Audrey Hepburn past blog posts, I definitely recommend you check them out. Here are my first batch of photos that I shot, channeling the most beautiful actress, Audrey Hepburn. Hope you enjoy!
Hope you enjoyed the first batch of my “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” photoshoot. The second batch is still the same style and look but I thought this new idea would be cool and fun. I have the liquid lipstick, “Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” by Jeffree Star that I got awhile ago and I thought it would be a fun idea and shoot to do my elegant Audrey photos with a dash of a baby blue lipstick called “Breakfast at Tiffany’s! Hope you like these photos too.
Photos shot by N. Sorat
I was so excited to receive my amazing Urban Decay palette with the brand new Basquiat “Tenat” eye shadow palette. I loved doing this makeup artistic tutortial and hope you enjoy it too.
The artist Basquiat really inspired me when I was attending THE ACARDEMY ART UNIVERSITY in San Francisco. From the New York grafitti he did as art, to promoting and working in galleries, and of course his relationship with Andy Warhol.
Jean Michel Basquiat first achieved fans as part of “Samo,” which was a grafitti duo who wrote enigmatic workers of the lower east side of Manhattan.
By the 1970’s Basquiat was exhibited with his neo/expressionist paintings in galleries and musuems.
He appropriated poetry, drawings, abstract painting and more into his work.
They made a film called, Basquiat in 1996 which includes Jeffrey Wright who played the main character, David Bowie as Andy Warhol, Gary Oldman, Benicio del Toro, and more popular characters, including a Courtney Love cameo. It’s a fantastic film to see this artist’s journey and I definitely recommend it if you haven’t see it yet.
Here is Part 2 of my sexy steampunk burlesque photo shoot with Jordan Giuliani. In this part 2 photoshoot, I was photographed on a couch in many different sexy poses and instead of my pencil skirt from part 1 of this shoot, I wore my ruffled burlesque performance shorts with of course my high high heels. I love part 2 of this shoot! ENJOY!!!!
You all saw my very spooky and awesome post titled, “Pretty Ghouls,” where my girl Sandy made me a dark Princess Lily ring from the movie, “Legend,” and she put a fabulous idea in my head to do an interpretation of the makeup she wore when the character “Darkness,” aka Tim Curry changes her from the innocent princess Lily to the dark goth-like princess. Here are some photos of me channeling the darkness of Lily. This makeup was a lot of fun to do. I also included a makeup tutorial of how I created this look with all the products I used. Enjoy and thank you again Sandy!
PRODUCTS I USED:
Foundation: Wet n Wild, photo focus foundation in Porcelain, fair/pale.
Powder: Makeup Forever ultra hd micro finishing pressed powder.
Eyes: KatVonD MetalMatte eyeshadow palette, “Jet”.
LimeCrime, “Venus 2” palette, “Boot”.
KatVonD MetalMatte eyeshadow palette, “Synergy” and “Flash”.
NYX roll on shimmer in “Nude”.
Eyebrows: Anastasia dipbrow in “Chocolate”.
Mascara: L’Oréal voluminous butterfly in Black/Noir.
Beauty Mark: The Balm in Schwing
Lipstick: LimeCrime in “Black Velvet”.
Here is my another recent photo shoot that I did titled, “Steampunk Burlesque,” photographed by good friend Jordan Giuliani who as you know did my “Vintage Springtime Pinup” photo set. If you haven’t seen the photos from that shoot, scroll down or just click on the title, “Vintage Springtime Pinup.”
I love Steampunk and as do Jordan. As a matter of fact, I first met Jordan at a group photo shoot called, “Steampunk Circus,” where he was the conductor/ringmaster and I was a siamese twin with my girlfriend who had never done a shoot before. It was such a fun day. Aww memories!
One of the things I really enjoy shooting with Jordan is how he enjoys showing off the beauty and Joie de Vivre of women without being raunchy or to “in your face” He also loves shooting photographs where he portrays women as very powerful beings.
I decided to showcase my new images in two different parts here instead of one enormous blog post to show off the different variations.
PART ONE: We actually first shot in my art studio where I donned my red, black, and gold steampunk waist corset, black pencil shirt, black high heels, and one of my fabulous and gorgeous bras from the equally fabulous and gorgeous Dita Von Teese.
I HOPE YOU ENJOY THIS SHOOT AND THANK YOU!