Step-by-Step: Poolside Glitter Goddess

Every girl loves letting her inner goddess come out to play, and this stunning look from Jangsara is an ideal way of doing just that. Perfect for a goddess Halloween costume, this look is eye-catching with cool blue shades gently warmed up with soft browns and coppers. This look is not just for Halloween however, wear this for a night out with friends or when you are wanting to get the attention of someone special. No matter when you choose to wear it, you are sure to look and fell like a goddess.

Contributor:  Jangsara:

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As always, start with priming your eye with your favorite primer:

Apply turquoise MUG Poolside eyeshadow to whole lid :

Then apply dark brown to crease (MUG Bada Bing):

Blend MUG Goddess & Mocha upwards from the crease:

Then add a hint of MUG Corrupt to outer corner and crease to bring a bit more depth:

Add a hint of MUG White Lies to highlight:

Then apply sticky base for the glitter, I used Fyrinnae’s Pixie Epoxy.
I carefully patted Pixie Epoxy to the lid:

And then carefully patted MUFE Diamond Powder #008 to the middle of the lid:

Same thing over the brown shadows with MUFE Diamond Powder #015:

I also added a hint of black MUFE glitter (#110) over the black shadow.
Then I lined my upper lashline with black liquid liner:

Then I lined my lower lashline with MUFE Aqua Eyes pencil #12L:

I blended the pencil with MUG Poolside, and liner my waterline with black pencil:

Then I just added mascara:

And the look is done!




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Más que hermoso…..divino! Definitivamente que voy a intentarlo para mi proxima salida con mi esposito!

I love this color in the summer with a tan! Poolside in Las Vegas, at a bbq or just hanging out with friends!

I love make up and i wear it everyday but I just saw in youtube were they say that some cosmetics are made from donated fetal skin from abortion :/

there is absolutely no way this is true. they can’t even get the OK to use abortion fetuses of research most of the time, no way are cosmetics using them. dont believe everything you see on youtube :)

Oh for Pete’s sake…

You post this drivel and can’t be bothered to post any other little tidbits of info on your ridiculous “research”? Please…

here is a little defense for those who does not believe what people now days can do for youth and money….Neocutis, Inc. is located in San Francisco, California and is a bio-pharmaceutical company that focuses on wound healing, dermatology and skin care. It was founded in February 2003 as a spin-off from the Medical School of the University Hospital of Lausanne, Switzerland. The company boasts of using a proprietary skin care ingredient called Processed Skin Cell Proteins(PSP®). This key ingredient comes from the skin tissue of a 14-week gestation electively-aborted male baby donated by the University Hospital in Switzerland. A cell bank was established from the fetal skin which contains cultured skin cells to produce the human growth factor needed to restore aging skin.

Products Containing the Cell Line
There are four products made by Neocuits that contain the cell line from the fetal skin:

Bio-restorative Skin Cream – The first skin cream formulated with Processed Skin Cell Proteins has been “clinically proven to reduce the appearance of facial wrinkles after two months of daily use.”

Lumiere Bio-restorative Eye Cream – is made with 30% more processed Sking Cell Proteins. This cream is used to revitalize and rejuvinate the delicate eye area.

JOURNEE Bio-restorative Day Cream – “The most complete anti-aging day cream with PSP®, anti-oxidants, hyaluronic acid and UVA/UVB protection SPF 30+ to rejuvenate, protect and hydrate skin.”

BIO-BEL Bio-restorative Hydrogel – “Unique Hydrogel Combines the power of PSP® and Hydrating Hyaluronic Acid to help restore elasticity and radiance to stressed skin.”

These products can be found all over the Internet, including

This is such a stunning look and I think it would complement just about any eye color. Love the glitter effect on top of it! Would also look nice with a dark blue liner – they are very on trend right now.

I tried this look on a teal and copper sari I wore to a function this past weekend everyone LOVED it
I told them about this sight and jangsara blog too :)