No costume? No problem! Makeup maven Sylvina Lopez does it again and shows us how to do this intricate and fab metallic masquerade makeup on gorgeous glamazon Fatima Rabago. Now all you need to do is put on your favorite slinky dress and you’re good to go!

A short history on this look

Masquerade balls were costumed and elaborate celebrations popular in  Italy, particulary in Venice during the 15th century Renaissance.  They were usually extravagant affairs for the affluent classes associated with the Venetian Carnival tradition. (Source)

Watch the full tutorial here!


  • Map out your placement with an light brown eyeshadow
  • use the tip of the eyeliner brush to help you create teardrop shapes by pressing down and sweeping to a tapered point
  • nail art brushes are the best for small details
  • clean up your mistakes with concealer and a stiff brush


Products used


Ofra Contouring and Highlighting Cream Foundation Mini Palette


Eye of Horus Maat Dark Temptress Shadow Palette

Eye of Horus Sheba Mystical Goddess Shadow Palette

Eye of Horus Goddess Mascara in Black

Eye of Horus Ultimate Brow Define in Dynasty

Conceal and Contour:

Ofra Contouring and Highlighting Cream Foundation Mini Palette


Pixi Book of Beauty – Minimal Makeup


Ofra x Dupethat YouDewYou


Ofra Long Lasting Liquid Lipstick in Atlantic City

Lace Mask:

Eye of Horus Liquid Define Eye Liner in Black

Ofra Fixline Gel liner in Black





Check out more of Sylvina’s looks at @slomakeup !