The next part in my Snapchat series is The Lace Mask. This one is quite time consuming. The easiest way I can tell you to do this is to start with the outlines of the lace mask and making sure they're even on both sides. Then little by little drawing the outline and edges. I use a waterproof liquid liner for this so, Ardency Inn Punker Liner (you can use code LOVEMASCARA for $$ off your purchase) a felt tip liquid liner is the easiest to use in my opinion. Gel liner can be water proof but it's not easy to do small detailing with it.
I draw on a matte oil free face. So it's imperative to do your base, and then immediately go into your Lace Mask. The oil on the face even if you're dry will work against the waterproof liquid liner. So bake the face with loose powder is my solution, then once you're done set the face with a setting spray. Preferrably Blue or Green Marble setting spray, but Ben Nye Final Seal would be ok as well.
Back to the mask: work on the detailing and drawings in the mask, then work the netting in around it. Don't stress over it being identical. It won't be identical to the filter but it can look like a lace mask none the less. Don't bother drawing on the lids it will smear. Do a super smokey eye on the lid and intense lashes that way the netting just runs into it.
For the red lip I used Lovecat from Ardency Inn but a liquid lipstick would be lovely. KVD Santa Sangre would be a good one or any red liquid lip honestly.
Stick around for more Snapchat Filter makeup, as I have much more on the way.
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