Today’s look is the Waltz of the Flowers. This makeup will compliment any company’s Flower costumes. I will be doing an entirely different look for the Dew Drop Fairy, but this one could work for that as well!

You will see that I use some pink shadows in this look. Helpful tip- NEVER use pink under the eye- it will make you look like you have been crying, especially from the audience. So if you want to use pink, use it on the lid and in the crease!

For a step-by-step guide, scroll down below “products used”.

This look will follow the blueprint of The Basic Stage Eye. So head there for help!


(These are the exact products in the look- but you can use any brand you like.)

Base & Contour – See Basic Stage Makeup Look

Benefit High Beam



M.A.C. Eyeshadows

“Pink Freeze”


“Sunset B” 


“Stars N Rockets”


“Bio Green”  


Physicians  Formula Kohl Eyeliner Trio in “Green Eyes


Mascara and Eyelashes – See Basic Stage Makeup Look

Cheeks & Lips

Tarte Amazonian Clay Blush in “Dollface”


Make Up For Ever Aqua Lip Liner in “10C”


Tarte LipSurgence Tint in “Amused”


Eye Step By Step

(Click on pictures to enlarge.)

1. Apply a light pink shadow to the lid.


2. Brush a darker and brighter pink into the crease and outer corner of the eye to contour.


3. As usual, with your black liner, draw a thick line along the lashes that extends slightly upward at the end.


4. Now, using a bluish-purple liner, draw a line following the crease of the eye, and connect it to the end of the black one.


5. Taking a bluish-purple shadow, one that closely matches the liner, go over the line you just made, blending it out to ensure the line is not harsh.


6. Using a green line, line the lower lashline, finishing right up under the black line. Then use a spring green shadow to blend it out and to add depth.


7. Take your black liner again and line right along the lower lash line. This finishes the green and darkens it.


8. Curl lashes and apply your favorite mascara.


9. Finish the look with false lashes!


As with some of the previous Nutcracker looks, you could add glitter if you wish, but I chose not to.

Lindsi Dec (center) and Pacific Northwest Ballet Dancers in Waltz of the Flowers. Photo by Angela Sterling.
Lindsi Dec (center) and Pacific Northwest Ballet Dancers in Waltz of the Flowers.
Photo by Angela Sterling.

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