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Vintage Gothic Chic – Makeup Tutorial

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This makeup tutorial by Vocallyshook is one of my favorites because it focuses on the chic side of the Gothic aesthetic. She brings white elements to contrast with darker tones, and uses brown and red to add a colorful touch to the look, which is what helps give it a vintage feel that centers on a classic glamour style inspired by legends like Dita Von Teese.

One element in particular that I like is the winged eyeliner that Vocallyshook goes for, because it makes the eyes look larger and more expressive, which in this case works very well, since she creates a look that not only goes for the stylish, but also allows for some self-expression through the details, like with the tear she adds at the end, which invites us to explore our very own creativity in the canvas of our visage when recreating this look.

Vintage Gothic Chic – Makeup Tutorial

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Makeup Details:
– NYX Total Control Drop Foundation in Pale
– La Girl Concealer in Fairest
– Huda Beauty Setting Powder in Sugar Cookie
– Colourpop Ornate and Blowin’ Smoke palettes
– Haus Labs Punk eyeliner
– Lunatick Cosmetics Labs Vol 1 Contour palette
– Ofra Cosmetics Glazed Donut Highlighter
– Bold Face Mega Babe lashes
– Black Moon Cosmetics Aries lashes (cut up and stacked on top)
– ABH Dipbrow in Granite (with black eyeshadow on top)
– Haus Labs Shank Lip liner
– Ofra Cosmetics Havana Nights liquid lip
Annabelle Wigs: Dita
Gorge Plugs: Moonlight Dangle plugs

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