Trendy and Fun Disco Makeup Tutorial

Ladies, do you want to turn heads at your next party? Don’t be afraid of a bit of disco makeup. It’s easy and can make all the difference in how you look and feel. Disco makeup is a new trend in the beauty that has been appearing on social media. This makeup style is meant to be bold and dramatic, with heavy eye shadow and brightly colored lips. In this tutorial, I will show you how to create the disco look for yourself.

What is disco makeup?

Disco makeup is a popular style that originated in the 1970s. It’s characterized by colorful, shimmying glitter and bright colors on the eyelids with thick black lines along the upper lash line and long false lashes. The eyes are often over-lined for dramatic effect. A splash of vivid color is used to highlight cheekbones or lips, while vibrant red lipstick completes this look. Disco makeup has returned to popularity recently as it was seen at fashion wee which featured disco ball earrings and his signature eyeliner flick paired with bold lip colors.

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The origins of disco makeup can be traced back to New York City, where nightclubs were hot spots for celebrities to show themselves.

Tips for doing your disco makeup

Disco makeup is a funky, colorful look that’s perfect for the dance floor. It can be intimidating to put on at first, but with a bit of practice, it’ll be as easy as putting your clothes on in the morning.

So here are some tips and tricks to help you master disco makeup like a pro:

  • disco makeupWe’re going to start with a foundation with light coverage and doesn’t cover up any of your natural skin tones, then we’ll apply white face paint or cream base with a highlighter on top. After that, take some black eyeliner, draw two lines across each eye from the inside corner outwards, and fill them with dark eyeshadow. Keep applying more until you can see both of your eyebrows through the makeup on both sides of your face. Next, use a small angled brush.
  • Do all of your regular makeup beforehand. This includes foundation, blush, mascara, and lipstick. The exception is an eye shadow which should be done last because it doesn’t go well with other types of makeup.
  • Disco lights flash quickly, so you will need to apply more layers than usual when doing your eyeshadow; don’t worry about blending colors or making them match perfectly.

Disco makeup typically includes bright colors like pink, red, orange, and purple with black or white lipstick. The look is reminiscent of old-school glamour meets disco flare.