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Ariel
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Makeup is my pleasure!!! I love taking makeup and turning it into something amazing. I do anything from simple to over the top and beyond. It's all about creating makeup that is beautifully dangerous

I also cosplay as mush as i can. I make mostly the accessory of my costume, so i like to consider myself a cosplay "STYLES" then a costume maker. But i am learning to do certain costume pieces. If there is any part of my costume I can create myself, i sure as hell will try.

My favorite style of cosplaying is steam punk. I love combination of Victorian fashion with future technology. Also it's one of the great way to create unique cosplay!!
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DragonBallz Z Saiyan Princess Armor Tutorial

Journal Entry: Tue Feb 10, 2015, 10:51 AM

I Finally have the photo on how I made my Dragonball Z Saiyan princess armor. It was a  good learning progress on how to make armor better with foram and I am loving the way it came out
 Dragonball Z Saiyan Princess Armor Progress Part 1 by MakeupSiren


The first thing I did to build my armor was cutting the craftfoam piece into pattern that I created. Once I cut all the foam pattern out, its all about apply the pieces together. I used my hair dryer to shape some of the pieces before hot gluing the pattern together. Once I had the armor put together. I took foam Popsicle sticks to use as a trim for my armor. I also carved riggs lines in the torso and back area of the armor. I used a box cutter to cut the line out and sand paper to round the edge of each line out

Dragonball Z Saiyan Princess Armor Progress Part 2 by MakeupSiren

now that the armor is put together with all the carving and trimming, it time to set, prep, and paint!! to set the foam armor in the shape i mold it to, I used plasti dip rubber spray. This stuff is great. It will keep the shape of the armor while still leave it flexible to put it on and off your body. I used about 3-4 coat of the plasti dip spray outside and inside the armor. Now it time for the prep paint step. I used mod podge glue to prep my armor for paint as well as give the armor a smoother texture. DO NOT USE WOOD GLUE!!! it dose paint smoothly on rubber and leave clumps every where. (I learned that the hard way) lucky for me I was able to get the wood glue off and replace it with the mod podge glue. I used about 3 coasts. once the glue is dry, the painting can begin!! I used your basic white and brown paint first as my pre paint. I then apply a light gray for shading between the armor trims to give the armor definition and gold shimming paint. Finish it off using gloss acrylic paint sealer to give it that shine.

Now to complete my armor I need to add the straps. I used a mustard color nylon fabric to create my straps. I cut 4 long strips and then sewn 2 strip each together. I then took the straps and rotated it inside out so that the seams are inside. I then took some cotton stuffing and stuff the strips. I then stitch every 2-2 1/2 inches to create the ridges look. I it is time to paint the straps the bight gold color. I first strayed the strips with acrylic sealer so that paint will stick to the fabric. I then did three coats of gold paint on each side of the straps. Sealed the paint with two coast of acrylic sealer. once it dried I added the straps to the armor with hot glue. I then line the inside of the armor with some fabric and the complete the armor




  • Mood: Excited
  • Listening to: Ayumi Hamasaki "Feel the love"
  • Reading: soon to be discovered
  • Watching: the world around me
  • Playing: to the beat of my heart
  • Eating: my enemies heats
  • Drinking: the cup of life

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MakeUp Design: Romantic Valentine by MakeupSiren
MakeUp Design: Romantic Valentine
Here is another valentine look that is perfect for a romantic evening. the dark lips and contour on the cheek and lips is perfect is low light setting. I Love the way it came out and i hope you like it as well

Products I used:
-Baremineral bareskin (bare almond)
-Inglot under eye concealer (DW 100)
-Inglot eye shadow (matte 328 and 327)
-Urban Decay Naked 2 palette (Blackout)
-Kat Von D Tattoo Liner
-Calvin Klein Mascara
-Black Radiance baked (Bronzer gingersnap)(Blush toasted almond)
-Benefit the porefessional (primer)
-Anastaisa dipbrow pomade (ebony)
-Urban Decay eyeshadow primer potion
-Inglot HD Sculpting powder (502)
-NYX Soft matte lip cream (copenhagen)
-Sugar Lip treatment

Other valentine looks:
MakeUp Design: Be My Valentine by MakeupSiren Tea Rose by MakeupSiren 
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MakeUp Design: Be My Valentine by MakeupSiren
MakeUp Design: Be My Valentine
This was the make I did for my Bollywood steampunk Cosplay, but when look at it. I realize that this is a great look for valentine day as well. It has a romantic and sweet feel to it. hope you like it.

Other valentine look:
 Tea Rose by MakeupSiren MakeUp Design: Romantic Valentine by MakeupSiren 
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DragonBallz Z Saiyan Princess Armor Tutorial

Journal Entry: Tue Feb 10, 2015, 10:51 AM

I Finally have the photo on how I made my Dragonball Z Saiyan princess armor. It was a  good learning progress on how to make armor better with foram and I am loving the way it came out
 Dragonball Z Saiyan Princess Armor Progress Part 1 by MakeupSiren


The first thing I did to build my armor was cutting the craftfoam piece into pattern that I created. Once I cut all the foam pattern out, its all about apply the pieces together. I used my hair dryer to shape some of the pieces before hot gluing the pattern together. Once I had the armor put together. I took foam Popsicle sticks to use as a trim for my armor. I also carved riggs lines in the torso and back area of the armor. I used a box cutter to cut the line out and sand paper to round the edge of each line out

Dragonball Z Saiyan Princess Armor Progress Part 2 by MakeupSiren

now that the armor is put together with all the carving and trimming, it time to set, prep, and paint!! to set the foam armor in the shape i mold it to, I used plasti dip rubber spray. This stuff is great. It will keep the shape of the armor while still leave it flexible to put it on and off your body. I used about 3-4 coat of the plasti dip spray outside and inside the armor. Now it time for the prep paint step. I used mod podge glue to prep my armor for paint as well as give the armor a smoother texture. DO NOT USE WOOD GLUE!!! it dose paint smoothly on rubber and leave clumps every where. (I learned that the hard way) lucky for me I was able to get the wood glue off and replace it with the mod podge glue. I used about 3 coasts. once the glue is dry, the painting can begin!! I used your basic white and brown paint first as my pre paint. I then apply a light gray for shading between the armor trims to give the armor definition and gold shimming paint. Finish it off using gloss acrylic paint sealer to give it that shine.

Now to complete my armor I need to add the straps. I used a mustard color nylon fabric to create my straps. I cut 4 long strips and then sewn 2 strip each together. I then took the straps and rotated it inside out so that the seams are inside. I then took some cotton stuffing and stuff the strips. I then stitch every 2-2 1/2 inches to create the ridges look. I it is time to paint the straps the bight gold color. I first strayed the strips with acrylic sealer so that paint will stick to the fabric. I then did three coats of gold paint on each side of the straps. Sealed the paint with two coast of acrylic sealer. once it dried I added the straps to the armor with hot glue. I then line the inside of the armor with some fabric and the complete the armor




  • Mood: Excited
  • Listening to: Ayumi Hamasaki "Feel the love"
  • Reading: soon to be discovered
  • Watching: the world around me
  • Playing: to the beat of my heart
  • Eating: my enemies heats
  • Drinking: the cup of life
Dragonball Z Saiyan Princess Armor Progress Part 2 by MakeupSiren
Dragonball Z Saiyan Princess Armor Progress Part 2
now that the armor is put together with all the carving and trimming, it time to set, prep, and paint!! to set the foam armor in the shape i mold it to, I used plasti dip rubber spray. This stuff is great. It will keep the shape of the armor while still leave it flexible to put it on and off your body. I used about 3-4 coat of the plasti dip spray outside and inside the armor. Now it time for the prep paint step. I used mod podge glue to prep my armor for paint as well as give the armor a smoother texture. DO NOT USE WOOD GLUE!!! it dose paint smoothly on rubber and leave clumps every where. (I learned that the hard way) lucky for me I was able to get the wood glue off and replace it with the mod podge glue. I used about 3 coasts. once the glue is dry, the painting can begin!! I used your basic white and brown paint first as my pre paint. I then apply a light gray for shading between the armor trims to give the armor definition and gold shimming paint. Finish it off using gloss acrylic paint sealer to give it that shine. Now to complete my armor I need to add the straps. I used a mustard color nylon fabric to create my straps. I cut 4 long strips and then sewn 2 strip each together. I then took the straps and rotated it inside out so that the seams are inside. I then took some cotton stuffing and stuff the strips. I then stitch every 2-2 1/2 inches to create the ridges look. I it is time to paint the straps the bight gold color. I first strayed the strips with acrylic sealer so that paint will stick to the fabric. I then did three coats of gold paint on each side of the straps. Sealed the paint with two coast of acrylic sealer. once it dried I added the straps to the armor with hot glue. I then line the inside of the armor with some fabric and the complete the armor

Part 1:
Dragonball Z Saiyan Princess Armor Progress Part I by MakeupSiren 
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Dragonball Z Saiyan Princess Armor Progress Part 1 by MakeupSiren
Dragonball Z Saiyan Princess Armor Progress Part 1
The first thing I did to build my armor was cutting the craftfoam piece into pattern that I created. Once I cut all the foam pattern out, its all about apply the pieces together. I used my hair dryer to shape some of the pieces before hot gluing the pattern together. Once I had the armor put together. I took foam Popsicle sticks to use as a trim for my armor. I also carved riggs lines in the torso and back area of the armor. I used a box cutter to cut the line out and sand paper to round the edge of each line out

Part 2:
Dragonball Z Saiyan Princess Armor Progress Part 2 by MakeupSiren
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:iconedcrandell-westworld:
I know makeup is your main thing, Ariel, but I wanted to give you a llama badge for your wild west steampunk lady outfit. (Fitting, since I write space westerns with powerful womenfolk!) Here is what I specifically liked: 1) It didn't have a skirt/dress. It seems almost mandatory in the steampunk genre, but the pants look awesome! 2) Bold use of color. You didn't go for the stereotypical brown-tan-brass-copper look. I loved the black and blue! Keep it up! Do you have any more pics on another site of this outfit?
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MakeupSiren Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2015   General Artist
:happybounce: thank you. Im happy to hear that you like my cosplay soo much. thank you for the llama and the comment
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TheGrigoriAnime Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2014
Awesome work! I really love the Egyptian/Persian theme. Hopefully you will be cosplaying some of our many of our female characters in the future. 
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MakeupSiren Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2014   General Artist
I seen some of your characters. very interesting. let see what happens in the near future.
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KnottyMorningWood Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
You are one of the single most beautiful women I've seen on DA, and anywhere else I've been on earth with my waking eyes!! Love you're costumes so very much! And I came and saw and faved like a demented madman!! :*)
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MakeupSiren Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2014   General Artist
thank you. :happybounce: that is very sweet of you. I appreciate the love and all the comments you wrote me. a
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KnottyMorningWood Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
It is my definite pleasure indeed! You're such a beautiful girl! You're welcome friend! :*)
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REFLEX76 Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2014
Love your work!
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MakeupSiren Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2014   General Artist
Thank you :happybounce: I appreciate the love
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REFLEX76 Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2014
No doubt.  You're welcome.  Hug 
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