Friday, March 29, 2013

Diablo III Series: Witch Doctor

Greetings from the Dark Side~

Today, I will continue my Diablo III series with the Witch Doctor class inspired look. The Witch Doctors " are spiritual warriors who summon dead souls and crawling creatures to do their bidding" (us.battle.net). I like the Witch Doctor because it was the closest thing to the Necromancer from Diablo II, which I played a lot. 

The Witch Doctor artwork is awesome. The witch doctor wears gold/copper with a touch of purple. The eerie green of his magic is really eye catching as well. I based my look on these colors.


 *Oh and I don't have colored hair anymore! I had to dye in back because I have a job interview :(



                                                                        Products Used                                                                  
-Lime Crime Eyeshadow Helper
-Maybelline Color Tattoo 'Bad to the Bronze'
-Shiro Cosmetics 'Deku' eyeshadow
-Wet n Wild 'Vanity' palette
-Sugarpill 'Poison Plum' eyeshadow
-Sugarpill 'Tako' eyeshadow
-Sephora+Pantone Universe Color Cube Lid Stain 'Emerald'
-Rimmel ScandalEyes Nude eyeliner
-L'oreal Project Runway 'the Muse's Gaze' Quad (iridescent green eyeshadow)
-YSL Faux Cils mascara
-Sephora+Pantone Universe Color Watt Highlighting mascara 'Emerald'
-Ardell #102 Demi Lashes
-Milani Color Play Felt Tip black liquid liner

-Lioele Super Gold Snail BB Cream
-NARS 'Sin' Blush

                                                                                Tutorial                                                                     

*Sorry that the pictures are blurry >_< I did not realize that they were blurry until now.





1. Prime your lids or apply a base color. I used the Lime Crime Eyeshadow Helper under a small amount of the Maybelline Color Tattoo in 'Bad to the Bronze'.





2. With a flat brush apply a copper or bronze shade on the inner 2/3 of the eye lid.  I am using Shiro Cosmetics 'Deku' eyeshadow, a coppery brown with green shimmer.




3.  With a soft brush, apply a matte light brown on the crease. This will make it easier to blend the eyeshadows later. I used the matte brown from the Wet n Wild 'Vanity' palette.




4. With a pencil brush, apply a ed-toned purple on the outer V and crease. I used Sugarpill's 'Poison Plum' eyeshadow.



4. with a crease brush, blend out the colors. 



5. With the same brush, apply a matte white on the brow bone. I used Sugarpill's 'Tako' eyeshadow.



6. With an angled brush, apply a green gel liner/cream eyeshadow on the lower lash line. I used the Sephora+Pantone Universe Emerald Lid Stain.


7. Apply a nude colored eye pencil on the lower lash line.


8. With the same angled brush as step 6, apply a shimmery iridescent green on the green liner. I used a green from the L'oreal Project Runway quad.



9. Apply mascara, lashes, and liquid liner.



10. Finally, apply a green mascara on the lower lashes.

And you are done!~















                                                                        Finished Look                                                                  




You can also opt for wearing black eye liner on the waterline instead of a nude:


Thanks for reading ^_^

35 comments:

  1. Love it with the nude eyeliner! The entire look is awesome on you actually. You're such an inspiration for making me wear non-neutral shades, and showing me how to. Good luck on the interview!

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    1. Thank you for the sweet words. They mean a lot to me!

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  2. This is a great interpretation of the witch doctor, awesome colours! Good luck on your interview!

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  3. This is a great representation! I've never played a witch doctor yanno, should probably get on that when i am reunited with my computer. Good luck for yours interview :)
    xox

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    1. Thanks!! :) I only played the witch doctor for a little bit, I preferred the Wizard or the Demon Hunter.

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  4. Ooh pretty colour combo. I have (shamefully) never played any of the Diablo games. I wish my laptop was a bit less tempremental and slow so I could :(

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    1. They are really fun! Although I also had problems with running Diablo 3 >_<"
      :D And thanks!

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  5. This is beautiful, and so sorry about your hair :( but it looks pretty aswell

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    1. Thanks dear! It is not a big deal. If ever I want colorful hair again, I can just go ahead and do it. I feel like I know more about bleaching/coloring hair now so I am more confident!

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  6. it's perfect!!! i was thinking the same think but instead of brown on the crease, i had in mind a golden tone! but it's like the painting! i also had in mind the green mascara in the lower lashes! perfect job!
    GOOD LUCK WITH THE INTERVIEW <3

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    1. Thanks you <3 I almost did add the gold on the crease, but I thought it might be a little too overwhelming.

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  7. i love that pop of green! i'm dying my purple hair back to brown this week because i have in interview too!!!

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    1. Aww man that sucks! It really sucks that bright hair can be frowned upon by professionals. I am sad to see my bright hair gone :(

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  8. This is such a pretty look Nancy, I love the bright blue/green on the lower lashline! I think your hair looks great natural too! I miss having bright colors in my hair too like I did over the summer, but I know that in May I'm going to add the pink back to it. Hopefully you can add colors back to your hair sometime too! :)

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    aly

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  9. Ooh, that is a liner look I need to steal :) Well done!

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  10. You are rockin' that nude eyeliner on the waterline! Great look!
    Ciao!
    Cherelynn
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    1. Yes, it is definitely different from just wearing black! Thanks!

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  11. Gorgeous look <3

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  12. I really love this series of yours! And the bright liner on the bottom makes it pop well.

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  13. By far my favorite look in the series! I actually tried this out today and got so many compliments, thank you soooo much.

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    1. Wow awesome! Glad you liked it and glad you tried it out! :D

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  14. wow, this is so nice. I remember that I did a similar look once, but yours is way better since the pop of teal really completes the whole look.
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  15. this is so nice. the pop of teal really completes the whole look. ^_^
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  16. The shimmery iridescent green on the green liner from the L'oreal Project Runway quad is GORGEOUS! <3

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    1. Right?! It really adds a nice touch of iridescence to the look~

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  17. OMG love this! This is why I follow & love your blog! Just beautiful & such a creative translation of the photo.

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    1. Thanks you! I am glad you like it! :D I had a lot of fun doing this!

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  18. I'm always looking for new ways to wear poison plum & that is an interesting colour combo. Good work.

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  19. i am loving this look! wow
    nice colors~ so creative :)
    wish i can do this on my eyes too but my skin is way too dark XD
    awesome job :)

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  20. What a gorgeous, colourful look. Good luck with the interview!

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