KATARINA SCAR & MAKEUP TUTORIAL – League of Legends


– What up world? It’s me Brizzy and I know I
usually narrate these tutorials as the character that I’m changing into, but I’m really short on time
this week so I’m very sorry but I hope it’s cool if I talk
to you guys for a few minutes as I teach you how to
transform from a normal, innocent civilian into this
sinister blade Katarina from the video game “League of Legends”. First step is to get green eyeballs. I got these contacts from PinkyParadise. Next step is to put glue
into your left eyebrow. Yes, glue, from a glue stick. You want to run it through one way, run it through the other way. Really lather it down
particularly in this one spot, kind of above your pupil because we’re gonna be wanting to put make-up over a tiny bit of this eyebrow because that’s where our scar is going through. So basically you lather
on the glue, let it dry. Powder it, put on some concealer on it. Powder it again, and then
repeat the process until you feel like you’ve got a solid
surface that you can put make-up on to. If you have lighter eyebrows, you’re probably not even
gonna have to do this, but my eyebrows are pretty thick and dark. Then you’re just gonna
draw in your eyebrows around that little space. Next, take a pinkish red lip liner and trace out your scar. For starting out, you really
just need a little bit above your eyebrow and a little
bit below your eyeball. See if you can get the
scar to taper off into a point on either side. Next we’re gonna take some rigid
collodion which you can get at any Halloween store or a
special effects make-up store. And really don’t wanna get
this close to your eyes or really just put it about an
inch below my eye on the scar, and on the scar above my eyebrow. So you apply a layer, let it dry, and apply another layer, and repeat like a million
times until you start to notice that your skin is tightening and it’s starting to get
that cool 3-D effect where it actually looks like a chunk
of your skin is missing. Yay! If you have sensitive skin, you probably really don’t
wanna be doing this even this close to your eye. But collodion is great for a
last-minute Halloween look. You can just go to a Halloween store, grab a bottle of it, and draw some scars on
your cheeks and stuff, and then put on some
tough clothes and bam! You’re like a zombie
apocalypse survivor. Done. Next I’m gonna draw some
lip liner into that little space in my eyebrow and fill up my eyebrows
a little bit better. Then I’m gonna prime my lids
with some eye shadow primer, and apply some dark,
pinkish, reddish eye shadow all over my eye lid. I’m gonna pack this color
on more heavily on the outer corner of my eye just to
give it more dimension and sweep it under my lower lash line. Next I’m gonna conceal those dark circles and then draw in a little
bit more of the scar with the lip liner. And if you wanna darken up the
scar in your eye a little bit to make up for the lack of collodion, just grab some darker eye shadow and trace it on. Next, we’re gonna go for that
flawless video game character look by putting on loads
of concealer and foundation and powder foundation and just
covering up all of the flaws. Next using some black eye shadow, I’m gonna trace out some, I’m just kidding I’m gonna
get it all over my lip. What am I doing? Let’s just wipe that
off that never happened. And continue to draw on a
little cat eye kind of shape with some eye shadow and putting some on the inner
corner of the eye lid as well. And just blend and smudge
that all out around the crease and just everywhere, yay! Next put some black eyeliner
all over the upper lash line, then the lower lash line, and then off camera with
the mirror I used a felt tip eye liner to draw in
some cat eye eyeliner, including a little
angled-point on the inner corner of the eye. Next since I’m not using any
false lashes I’m just gonna put on some mascara primer
to lengthen my lashes, followed by some regular black
mascara on my upper lashes and my lower lashes. Next to sculpt the face with some bronzer. First we’re gonna outline
the nose to slim it down a bit to ridiculous video game standards and blend it out with a finger. Then using some concealer we’re
gonna cover up the shadows outside of the bronzer. Then we’re gonna use the
concealer to draw in a little highlight down the center of the nose, look like a crazy person, and then blend it out with your finger. Then we’re gonna use some
bronzer to heavily carve out the sides of our face and our temples. Then just blend it out with
a fluffy brush until it looks almost natural but not quite because it looks based on your
video game character. Then we’re gonna highlight those
cheekbones using concealer, blend it out, and grab that
lip liner again cause now we’re gonna use it on our
lips. Yay multipurpose! You can definitely go for a
more extreme red look with this if you wanted but I figured since the eyes and the scar are so intense
that I’d beat this lips pretty natural. Now that’s it for the makeup look. Now let’s move on to all of the fake hair. VP Fashion was kind enough
to send me some extensions for this look. The ones I’m using were
originally white blonde, 24 inches, and 260 grams. And they’re pretty easy to dye. I just lay each one down on a garbage bag and painted them down
with some Manic Panic. Make sure to like sift through the hairs and try to find all the blonde spots and paint them and then flip it over and paint the other side and weave through and try to find all the blonde pieces and paint them down. Then after a couple of
hours I just rinsed them out and let them air dry and they were done. Unfortunately it’s really
hard to get these to the exact same color as my hair because
my hair is originally brown and these are white blonde, so I have to use totally
different methods of hair dying to try to find the same
color and it’s tough. But I think I got pretty close. I’m gonna keep working on it. After they are done drying, I just hung them up and
straightened them out with a flat iron on low heat. Next you’re gonna want a teasing comb to put in these extensions. I’m gonna section off my hair
with a comb from the ears up, and then clip it up. Woah! Then I’m just gonna tease
the base of that hair near the section and clip
in my first three-clip extension on to the, that
little section of the hair that is teased. I don’t know the proper
terms for this stuff guys. Section off a higher piece of
your hair near your temples and do the same thing. And I’m gonna clip in my second
three-clip piece on one side and I’m gonna clip in a four-clip
piece on the other side. These two pieces together wrap
around my head pretty well. Next section I’m gonna
add my other four-clip piece on one side. I’m gonna fill up the other
side with a bunch of one-piece clips cause that’s just what I have. And ta-da! I have
unnaturally long hair, yay! Now you can throw on that leather costume and practice some fancy
sword play as Katarina. I hope you guys enjoyed this tutorial. At least got a little bit of
inspiration for Halloween, maybe if you’re struggling
with some ideas. Get creative with some scarring, and remember not to put
the collodion any closer to your eyeball then I did. If you try out any of this look, please tweet me pictures
or tag me on Instagram. I’d love to see them. And if you like this video,
please click thumbs-up. Especially if you want any
more “League of Legends” tutorials because I’d
love to do Jinx one day. And leave a comment telling
me what you’re going to be for Halloween because I
personally still don’t know, and I’ll see you next week
with a brand new video. Bye!

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