Hunger Games Inspired Make-Up

This make-up was inspired by Girl on Fire from the movie The Hunger Games and the blog Makeup Utopia, who is hosting the Hunger Games Challenge.
Thought I'd give it a whirl.
My sweet friend Helena was kind enough to be my model.


I recently was the Melbourne Make-Up Artist for Face of Australia Cosmetics at the Dolly Magazine Model Search Roadshow, (post coming shortly). Face of Australia were kind enough to give me a kit of products to use and keep and I haven't stopped using them since (although I've been a fan and customer for many years too). I used the products in the photo above to help create this look.

  • Face Base Primer
  • Mineral Therapy Foundation in Honey Beige
  • Translucent Loose Powder
  • Mineral Therapy Illuminating Pearls to highlight the cheekbone
  • Liquid Eyeliner in black
  • Lip Quench moisturising lipstick in Forbidden Fruit (this red is the shiz)
  • Mechanical Lipliner in red

Face of Australia Illuminating Pearls 


 Face of Australia Impact Curl mascara. 
I used the ones at the Roadshow and gave them all away to the entrants, so as soon as I got back home I went out and bought this one for my kit and one for myself  (and it's my new favourite) RRP $11.95

NYX Candy Glitter Liner in #15 Red - used over the liquid liner once dried

 False lashes from Gorgeous Cosmetics - Madam Lash Lashes - mini


The yellows and oranges from this 88 matte palette. I also used Kryolan aquacolour in yellow as a base for the eyeshadow, sorry I forgot to take a pic.



Hope you like it. 
Feel free to link you Hunger Games inspired make-up posts in the comments.


5 comments:

  1. You are GORGEOUS! I love your take on hunger games, very very sexy.

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    1. Thanks Celeste for the lovely comment. The girl in the pics is (unfortunately) not me, but my friend Helena. I would kill for her skin.
      x Marnie

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  2. Great job Marnie! It's a very stunning look. Love how you did the eye makeup :)

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    1. Thank you Tine. I'd love to do more of these types of post very soon. Just need willing victims...err, I mean models.
      x Marnie

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