Good Girl vs Bad Girl Makeup :: Bad

If you missed the first installment of Good Girl vs Bad Girl makeup, check out my good girl side HERE.  Now we are onto how I used my beauty tricks to turn my daytime good girl, into a nighttime bad gal!

{My bad girl stare.  Not as intimidating as I’d of liked, but I tried!}
{I’m actually more comfortable smiling to be quite honest. Guess I’m good at heart;)}
So if you remember from the previous post, I was going to build upon the previous goody-two-shoes look, to create a more devil-ish look!  So we will begin where we left off  using the same products that were listed and adding a few more.  Here are the additional makeup steps that you would add onto the previous look in order of how I would apply.
1.  Eyes.  Avon Big Colour Eye Pencil in “night glisten” and Ardell false lashes in “wispies” were the only two additional products needed to create the bad girl eye effect.
 {Extend the L’oreal Infallible bronzed taupe shadow from lashline up to a bit higher than the crease area. Like I said, this stuff will last through whatever mischief you are up to-
it has mah-jor staying power!!”
{Line the whole eye with a soft chubby black pencil 
and create a sideways V out of the corner of the eye.}
 {Smudge the entire black lined area and V with a Qtip to blend and create smokey effect.}
{Take your original taupe shadow and brush it over the smudged black liner to add some shimmer to the overall eye, which smooths everything out.}
{My new fave strip falsies when I’m in a hurry- Ardell “wispies”-
I’ve already worn this same pair 3 times!}
{Press these into your already mascara’d and curled lashes for a more natural looking fit.}
2.  Face & Lips.  MAC Bronzer in “golden,” Lancome Color Design lipstick in “Edgy,” and Too Faced Mirror Mirror gloss “I know you want.”
 {Feels funny, looks funny, but shows where your natural cheekbones are so that you can apply your bronzer right underneath them for contouring purposes.}

{I applied this berry plum lipstick with my finger so as to create a more “stained” look- Bad girls aren’t perfect, far from it…wink wink;)}
For the finishing touches on my bad girl alter ego,  I applied my clear gloss right in the center of my bottom lip to create a pout-ier effect (think bad girl Megan Fox pout) and slicked my two day old hair into a sleek ponytail.  Voila, the fiercest looking bad girl I can conjure up that would still be wearable on a dinner date with the hubby, sans kiddos of course!
So which makeup do you think should win the battle of  GOOD vs BAD…
Which look speaks to you??