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Pop Art: The Crying Girl

“Sometimes you fantasize that people who are really up there and rich and living it up have something you don’t have, and their things must be better than your things because they have more money than you. But they drink the same Coke and eat the same hot dogs and wear the same clothes and see the same TV and the same movies. . . You can get just as revolted as they can — you can have the same nightmares. All this is really American.”

-Andy Warhol

In this day and age, we have all probably seen a pop art image whether it is a blow up comic book looking character, or something that looks like it was clipped out of magazines and mashed together. Pop art began in the 50’s in Britain, and didn’t catch on in America until the 60’s. Pop art usually has aspects of popular culture (Duh, we know that lol) like comics, advertising, and regular everyday items. One famous pop art artist is Andy¬†Warhol. Don’t know him? Then maybe you know his famous Campbell’s soup label painting.

pop art ¬† So why did I decide to do a pop art inspired look? Cuz it looked fun lol. Why a comic character? Because I didn’t think I’d look too good with a soup label across my forehead. Seriously though, this look is perfect for anyone who doesn’t want to spend alot of money on a Halloween costume, but wants something a little different than the usual sexy cat, Little Red Riding Hood look. So if you like this and want to know how to do it, check out the video below :D.

 

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Products Used:

L’Oreal True Match Lumi in Natural Beige
Nyx Concealer in Orange
Maybelline Fit Me concealer
Sleek Acid Palette (Purple, Black, and White)
Makeup Forever Technicolor Palette (#72)
Urban Decay 24/7 Liner in Perversion
Inglot Duraline
Concrete Mineral Pro Matte Shadow in Risque
Nyx Lipstick in Chaos

Brushes Used:
Real Techniques Buffing Brush
Real Techniques Contour Brush
Coastal Scents Small Shaodw Brush
Coastal Scents Fan Brush
Coastal Scents Large Angled Brush
ELF Powder Brush
ELF Shadow C Brush
Coastal Scents Large Shadow Brush

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