Wednesday, October 12, 2011


Hey guys! Goldieswan here. In between filming a bunch of Halloween tutorials for Youtube I have also been busy filming a few videos for They asked me to film two videos for their site, namely a Black Swan tutorial and a Zombie tutorial inspired by AMC's Walking Dead. I am super excited to share these videos and they should be up on their site next week. I'll update this post when they're live and ready to go. I also will be on my local Fox tv station doing a live version of the Black Swan makeup next Monday. They want to do a little piece on my work and cut in and out during the broadcast as I do makeup. I am super excited and nervous at the same time. I've never done anything for tv, hopefully it will be an awesome experience! In the meantime I wanted to do a quick post on the products I used in my Black Swan tutorial. So here we go!

For the pale foundation I mixed a white foundation with my regular foundation.
Illamasqua Rich Liquid Foundation in RF100
Revlon Colorstay in 110 Ivory
I did use a bit of concealer to cover up any dark circles.
It! Cosmetics Bye Bye Under eye in Light
I set everything with Ben Nye's Neutral Set Powder which left my skin looking like porcelain.
On to contour, I applied Clinique's New Clover blush into the hollows of my cheeks and layered Makeup Forever's #33 Eyeshadow over it.
For the eyes I used a super black gel liner, eye drops and a silver pigment.
Inglot Matter Gel Eyeliner in #77
Sugarpill's Chromadust in Tiara
Clear Eyes Eyedrops
Black Mascara
Under the black wing shape I lightly applied a red grease paint. In the pictures I saw there seems to be a hint of red.
The lips were a bit tricky. I outlined my lips with a black eyeliner then applied Mac's Diva lipstick and patted a purple eyeshadow over the outer corners.


  1. All hail Angie!!!!!! We are not worthy!!!

  2. You are amazingly talented angie!!!! good luck on TV. your work deserves all the attention and more!

  3. Love the Goldieswan look! And Congratulations on your new gig's. Keep it up, Lady!