Begin by stippling white cream color all over your entire face. I used a synthetic kabuki brush which I found worked especially well.
If your brows are as dark as night like mine, you may need to cancel out the intensity with an orange color corrector first. Feel free to skip this step if your brows are on the lighter side.
Now, using a glue stick, apply several layers to your brow hairs, letting them dry in between and powdering if needed.
With a dry sponge, stipple white cream color onto your brows, covering them until invisible.
Using a black jumbo liner or cream color, cover entire eyelid, from lash line to crease.
Line your waterline and lower lash line with the same black liner.
Place a small amount of red cream color, lipstick or blush, which can work here, just above the crease.
Now for the best part of all! To create our black tears, we will mix black loose shadow with mixing medium, and with a small synthetic brush, generously dab below lash line.
Now using an eyedropper to pick up mixing medium, drop at the beginning of the color where it’s most concentrated. This will create the look of natural tears. Let them flow as they may.
Now put on a white turtleneck and white sheet to create your habit. You are officially the creepiest nun to ever walk the earth.
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