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Halloween is just around the corner! This is my MARILYN MONROE Skull Halloween Makeup & Face Paint Tutorial ♡ PRODUCTS: ♡ Black Mehron Paradise Paint ♡ White Monte Marte Face Paint Face: ♡ White Eyeliner Pencil by BYS to outline features ♡ Australis Oh Glow 2 Foundation ♡ Smashbox High Definition Concealer ♡ Australis Banana Powder ♡ Dermablend Professional Setting Powder / Translucent Powder ♡ Australis AC on Tour Contouring and Highlighting Kit ♡ Monarch Palette Eyeshadow ' Shadow Box' by Kat Von D Beauty ♡ Naked Palette Eyeshadows 'Naked', 'Buck' and 'Darkhorse' by Urban Decay ♡ NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil in Milk ♡ Savvy Liquid Eyeliner in Black ♡ 'Guilty Grey' Scandal Eyes Waterproof Eye Shadow Stick by Rimmel London ♡ Australis Multi Mega Lash Mascara ♡ 'Unforgettable' False Eyelashes by Smiink ♡ 'Bombshell' Red Lipstick by Sportsgirl
Since social media has been blowing up with clowns lately, I thought it would be the perfect time to upload a creepy crown halloween makeup tutorial... Ronald McDonald style! This halloween tutorial is perfect for those that are looking for easy halloween costumes for a halloween party or just for trick or treating. Ronald McDonald's outfit can be used as a substitute for the body paint I did. I didn't include the body paint segment in the video as I'm sure you'd all want to wear a proper Ronald suit with this look. I painted Ronald's suit because I didn't have the costume. xx ________________________________________________________ PRODUCTS: ♡ Monte Marte White Body Paint ♡ Mehron Makeup Paradise Paint AQ Palette: Black, Red, and Yellow ♡ Wig is from a dress up store ♡ White Zombie Eye Contacts by ColourVue Lenses
I think that there's got to be some people around here doing halloween looks - so seeing as I couldn't find a thread where you can post photos of your work (i tried searching!) You can post any "looks" that you like - scary or not! just share your experiments with us! I love seeing other halloween faces To get it started, here is a look I made up (super simple too) with just a flat foundation face, some body paint and some concealer!!!
So, seeing as I'm jumping in with both feet - I thought i'd share a little about what I do! Right now I'm trying to dabble a little in face and body paints for makeup looks - does anybody else do that here? I've searched a little on halloween tutorials, but I didnt see any for her! Bottom Line - I love water based, LIQUID body paint. 1.) it glides on seamless and effortlessly 2.) it actually dries, whereas some creams wont 3.) you can layer with it, perfect for 3 dimensional looks! I purchase my liquid paints from mehron, but i've also picked up some good ones on ebay. i basically look for water based body paint, or airbrush body paint. The consistencies in those are the best for this look, i used basic eyeshadows on my eyes, and my lightest color of foundation for my face. plus a dark coral blush on the hollows of my cheeks for a real contoured look basically you want to use paintbrushes, not your regular makeup brushes - you dont want to ruin those! I picked most of these up at the dollar store, less worries, less fuss! use the black paint to exagerate any facial features (ie, eyebrows, cheekbones, jawline, nose and eye creases - you can also use liquid eyeliner for this!!!) you can also do the "pixelated" look with dots all over the place, but honestly - i think without them it is just as effective, and much less tedious!!! one bonus tip is to use gold eyeshadow over the yellow areas - this will really give them a pop and make them look more golden (obviously haha) let me know what you guys think! has anybody else tried a wonderwoman look? I'd love to see them!!!!
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