Every Halloween it seems that many YouTube bloggers come out and try to outdo each other with very creative and crazy Halloween make-up tutorials.
Seems that for this year there is already some one way up front from everyone else to inspire your Halloween night aesthetic. You wont even need a costume.
YouTube vlogger Taylor R shared her tutorial on the platform on how to achieve a very impressive “upside down reverse make-up” look:
- Glue stick
- Kryolan Translucent Powder
- Kryolan TV Paint Stick
- Anastasia Beverly Hills- Brow Wiz (Taupe)
- Benefit Brow Volumizing Fiber Gel (#1)
- Ben Nye- Clown White
- Morphe Eyeshadow Palette
- Jill Stuart Gel Eyeshadow (Diamond Snow)
- Kate Liquid Eyeliner (Black)
- Kylie Cosmetics Eye Pencil (Black)
- Makeup Forever Eyeliner (Beige)
- Majolica Majorca Lash Expander Edge Meister (Black)
- Kryolan Nose & Scar Wax
- Kryolan Spirit Gum
- Kylie Cosmetics LipKit- Rosie
To achieve the Halloween-ready look, Taylor began by masking her eyebrows in glue and powder in order to hide them.
Then, she began to apply her make-up upside down by drawing faux brows beneath her eyes and applying fake lashes.
The Canadian blogger drew fake lips and also added a prosthetic nose which is something you will definitely need to practice a few times before Halloween.
She also concealed her hair to finish up the cool upside down effect. Then she threw on a wig to show off the final look which I’m sure will be pretty popular this Halloween.
If you master this crazy looking aesthetic then you deserve all the candies and treats! One thing for sure is this look completely beats those boring cat ears from last year!
This Lisa Frank-Inspired Cheetah Makeup Look Is the Ultimate Throwback Halloween Costume
Like a walking trapper keeper.
Source: Cosmopolitan (http://bit.ly/2Pdv1lK)
With body makeup this intense, you don't even need to do an eye look. But if you want to take your costume to the next level, like makeup artist Yana Kravchenko did, start with a bold cat eye and big false lashes. Then, follow the below steps for how to execute the rest of the look.
STEP 1: APPLY YELLOW FACE PAINT.
Use a dense, flat foundation brush to blend yellow paint around your forehead, temples, and along your hairline.
STEP 2: ADD PINK FACE PAINT.
Use a similar brush to blend bright pink paint onto the lower half of your face. Then, blend the pink into the yellow along your cheekbones to create a gradient effect.
STEP 3: DRAW YOUR NOSE.
Use a small compact shadow brush to paint the tip of your nose black, and then paint a thin line down the center of your upper lip. Next, use black eye shadow to contour the sides of the bridge of your nose.
STEP 4: SHADE IN YOUR FOREHEAD.
Smudge the same black shadow in small abstract shapes on your forehead to create the texture of fur.
STEP 5: DRAW THE SHAPE YOUR MOUTH.
Use a fine-tip brush and black paint to draw a pear shape around your nose and mouth using tiny imperfect strokes.
STEP 6: ADD WHISKERS.
Use the same fine-tip brush and black paint to sketch out faint whiskers around your mouth.
STEP 7: PAINT YOUR SPOTS.
Then, using the same brush and black paint, create spots around your entire face. The more organic and abstract the shapes, the more realistic your makeup will look.
STEP 8: PAINT YOUR UPPER LIP.
Use black lipstick, or the black paint and brush you've been wielding, to fill in your upper lip completely.
STEP 9: ADD GLITTER.
Top the black paint around your mouth with black glitter to make it pop. Then, add purple glitter to the center of the black spots around your face.
STEP 10: PAINT YOUR NECK AND SHOULDERS PINK.
Now that your face is complete, begin painting your upper body. Start with the same pink paint you used on your face and apply it on the underneath of your jaw, the top of your neck, and tops of your shoulders, blending it downward.
STEP 10: PAINT YOUR CHEST ORANGEY YELLOW.
Paint the center of your chest with an yellowish-orange shade, before blending it out and fading it into the pink.
STEP 12: DRAW BLACK SPOTS ACROSS YOUR UPPER BODY.
Paint black spots in varying sizes over your chest and shoulders.
STEP 13: ADD GLITTER.
Just like you did on your face, add purple glitter to the center of each of your black spots.
This Lion Halloween Makeup Look Is Ferociously Gorgeous
Or lioness, if you will.
Source: Cosmopolitan (http://bit.ly/2EMcEk2)
Sure, you could just throw on a pair of cat ears and call it a costume, but where's the fun in that? Keep reading to learn how to transform the shape of your eyes from human to cat-like in this easy-to-follow tutorial by artist Madison McNabb.
Makeup tools used to create this look:
@lorealmakeup true watch W6
@urbandecaycosmetics naked concealer
@anastasiabeverlyhills brow wiz in dark brown
@anastasiabeverlyhills modern renaissance
@anastasiabeverlyhills Contour kit in medium
@sigmabeauty loose shimmer in midsummer
@nyxcosmetics jumbo eye pencil in milk
@lauragellerbeauty calligraphy liquid eyeliner
@vickylashes_ in Vicky
@nyxcosmetics lingerie lipstick in satin ribbon
@lauragellerbeauty gilded honey
@tartecosmetics blush in paaarty
STEP 1: SHAPE YOUR BROWS.
Use whichever brow products you prefer to shape and fill in your brows. Now is the perfect time to try the brushed-up look.
STEP 2: BLEND BROWN SHADOW INTO THE CREASES OF YOUR EYES.
After you've coated your lids with concealer or primer, dust a light neutral powder on top to set the base. Then, use a fluffy brush to blend a matte brown shadow into the crease of your eye, slightly extending it past the outer corner.
STEP 3: ADD A CUT CREASE.
With your concealer and a flat, compact brush, cover your entire eyelid with a super light cover-up. Extend the formula past the outer corner of your eye to create a winged shape, prepping that area for the cat-eye you'll soon draw on.
STEP 4: DEFINE THE CUT CREASE.
Use a fine-tip brush and a dark matte brown shadow to sharpen the edge of the concealer, making your cut crease more intense.
STEP 5: ADD GLITTER.
Then, cover your entire eyelid with gold glitter or pigment.
STEP 6: DRAW A CAT EYE.
Use black liquid liner and draw an exaggerated cat-eye. Apply a few coats of mascara to your top lashes only and top them with falsies to intensify your eyes.
STEP 7: CONTOUR AND HIGHLIGHT.
With a matte contour powder, chisel out the area under your cheekbones, along your hairline and temples, and down the sides of your nose. Then, use a gold shimmer highlight to make the tops of your cheekbones, the middle of your nose, and the top of your Cupid's bow pop.
STEP 8: LINE YOUR BOTTOM LASHES WITH WHITE EYELINER.
With white eyeliner, line the inner rim of your bottom lashes from the inner "V"corner of your eye to the outer corner. Then, continue lining underneath your lashes until the entire lash line is covered in white. This will create the illusion that your eyes are much bigger and more cat-like than they are.
STEP 9: DEFINE THE WHITE LINE.
Next, line the outside edge of the white liner with a fine-tip brush and dark brown shadow. Then, use a pointed shadow brush and a lighter brown or taupe shade to crate a smudge out the brown line underneath the white.
STEP 10: PAINT YOUR NOSE AND TOP LIP BLACK.
Use black liner or face paint to color in the tip of your nose in the shape of a lion's. Next, draw a line from your nose down the center of your upper lip. Fill in your upper lip solid black, and then use the tip of the brush to draw tiny whisker spots.
STEP 11: APPLY NEUTRAL LIPSTICK TO YOUR BOTTOM LIP.
Apply a neutral lipstick that works for your skin tone over your bottom lip and you're done!
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