I’ve known Brian for years and we used to work together a bit. He is great at cosplay and graphic photo editing. I asked him if he could edit one of my photos to give it a comic feel and he used one if poison ivy pics, of course, and made thus incredible moving psychedelic art creation. Big shoutout to him and check out his Instagram at @cosplaynowand forever and his Facebook under Brian Sikoff. Also I linked my moving Poison Ivy edit in my Facebook page so check that out too!!! https://www.instagram.com/cosplaynowandforever
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.”