Eye of the Storm

Carnival GLAMHub Director Gabrielle Waite and her team of over 20 make-up artists are responsible for some of the most gorgeous make-up looks seen at Sunday's Carnival road march. And while the expert use of colour was top-notch, Waite found a more unique way to make her clients shine: gold flakes. The technique was used on Jamaica Observer Table Talk Food Awards judge, architect and soca queen Mala Morrison to create a rose-gold foiled eye that was the perfect complement to her Xodus Storm costume. Tuesday Style Dryer (TSD) shares a guide to creating the look.

Products used

Prep spray: Benjamins Cosmetics Rose Water Facial Spray

Primer: Embryolisse Moisturiser and Mehron Skin Prep Pro

Eyes: Pat McGrath Mothership V Bronze Seduction palette + rose gold foil

Foundation: Maybelline SuperStay Full Coverage Liquid Foundation — 312

Contour: Maybelline SuperStay Full Coverage Liquid Foundation — 340

Highlight: MAC Mineralize Skinfinish Gold Deposit

Setting spray: Morphe Continuous Setting Mist

Lashes: 5D mink eyelashes

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Rose gold eye make-up by MUA Gabrielle Waite on Xodus Storm band member Mala Morrison .
Eye of the storm.
Pat McGrath Labs Mothership V: Bronze Seduction .
Metallic flakes are safe to use on your skin and near your eyes.
A spritz of Benjamins Cosmetics Rose Water Facial Spray is Carnival GLAMHub director and pro MUA Gabrielle Waite's go-to hydration spray before make-up application.
Waite deepens the outer-V with Xtreme Aubergine, a matte slightly warm-tone, very dark purple from the Pat McGrath Mothership V Bronze Seduction palette.
5D mink lashes are added for further oomph!
Rose gold foil layered for a bold metallic effect.

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