Jeanette

Jeanette

Lately, I’ve been listening to music from the seventies, taking special interest in foreign singers.  I’ve found some pretty cool entertainers from that time, including a singer named Jeanette.

Jeanette hails from Spain and America, and is a very famous Spanish pop singer.  There have been lots of covers of her most successful song, Porque Te Vas.  She’s got a lot of catchy tunes in her discography, including Frente a Frente and Corazon de Poeta.

Relevant to this blog post: her makeup style.  Jeanette has large eyes, which when she first debuted, was often featured on television with heavy makeup, and minimal/kinda rouge lipstick.  It often differed from her promotional pictures, but we don’t care about that–on to how to copy her look in SL:

Skin: Pink Fuel – Alyx (Natural, Eye A, Peach)

Lipstick: Pink Fuel – Lip Lustre (Salmon, Teeth)

Makeup Bottom Layer: Chelle – Dark Shadows (Brown)

Makeup Layer 2: Chelle – Dramatic Shadows (Black)

Eyebrows: La Mulvada Mujer (Eyebrows #8 Tintable)

I used mesh lashes from this (from Maitreya!), but you can use a light eyelash tat if you want. Jeanette doesn’t seem to put on any obvious fake lashes that I see in her videos, so don’t go too heavy on that.

For hair: Lelutka – Vibrato (I Don’t Bleach)

Did you grow up in the seventies?  Do you remember Jeanette, or your parents playing her music?

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