So, I have decided to start a series based off of Ancient Egyptian Gods, Goddesses, icons, symbols, etc. I decided a long time ago that I wanted to do such a series because ever since I was a little child I was obsessed with the Ancient Egyptian culture and mythology. I will not try to make looks exactly like the hieroglyphs, statues or artwork but instead the looks will be inspired by whomever and whatever I am choosing at that moment.
So, without further ado, we shall start the series. I am going to start with Isis.
Isis was considered the patron saint of women, mothers and children. She was also a goddess of magic. Isis is also a moon goddess, yet gives birth to the sun, creates and sustains all life. She is wife to Osiris and mother to Horus. I could go on and on, but you could look her up.
Here is the look that I came up with for her, nothing too elaborate:
I see Isis as being a very natural beauty. Therefore I didn't want to go to crazy or overboard with the look that I wanted to create here. I see her as being very classic, so I chose colors that are pretty neutral yet made me think of ancient egypt and Isis.
Regenerist Daily Regenerating Serum - Olay
Photo Finish Foundation Primer - Smashbox
Studio Fix Powder Plus Foundation - M.A.C.
47 Orange Brown Zea May's Powder Blush - Korres
Espresso eyeshadow - M.A.C.
Paint Pot in Soft Ochre as a primer - M.A.C.
lid: Honey eyeshadow - Urban Decay
Inner Corner-lid: Off The Page - M.A.C.
highlight: Brule, Somoa Silk and Sun & Sand eyeshadows - M.A.C.
crease: Blacktrack Fluidline - M.A.C.
liner top: Blacktrack Fluidline - M.A.C.
liner bottom: Honey eyeshadow - Urban Decay, Off the Page - M.A.C.
waterline: Zero 24/7 Eyeliner Pencil - Urban Decay
lashes: Diorshow Mascara - Dior
Beige Lip Liner - NYX
Photo Finish Lipstick in Charming - Smashbox
Lust Bunnies - Fyrinnae