October 10, 2017
Halloween Makeup, DIY-Style
Doe, Queen of Hearts Make for Sweet or Sinister Look
If you’re looking for quick and cute costume makeup ideas to apply on yourself, your friends or your kids, I’ve chosen two of my favorite and most popular looks to teach you! The doe is super-cute, innocent, easy and perfect for all ages. All you need is a blending brush, deep bronzer or matte brown eyeshadow, black liquid eyeliner, white face paint and another brush — that’s it!
If you want to try something a bit more challenging, sinister and impressive — how about my version of the Queen of Hearts? With just six or seven products, you can easily rock this very same look that won me a feature in Elite Daily. So, grab your tools and have some fun with your Halloween costume this year!
Start with a base of regular makeup, or none if you prefer. First, take deep bronzer or matte brown eyeshadow and apply and blend it with a brush along your hairline, down your cheekbones, and along the sides of your nose.
Take a black liquid eyeliner and draw a false lower lash line along with lashes. Fill in the tip of your nose as shown in the photo. (You can add some fun lashes or wispy brows for this look.)
Finally, take some white face paint (I used Graftobian brand here, but use any you’d like) along with a small, dense circular brush or the tip of a blending sponge and apply various-sized white dots along the forehead and cheeks. Add some antlers and you’re all set!
Start by making your entire face pale. I like to apply either white paint or the lightest shade of cheap foundation I can find, then set it with white powder. A good tip: Use a damp, expanded beauty blender to make sure everything will be smooth.
Apply turquoise eyeshadow all over the top lid. Tip: Apply a white or light-colored eyeliner all over the lid and blend first in order for the shadow to be more pigmented. Fill in your brows with a high arch and apply long lashes to both the top and bottom lash lines, OR create a false lash line and draw bottom lashes all with a liquid black liner as shown.
Use red lipstick to outline a heart on your face like shown in the photo. With a brush, keep applying and blending the lipstick until it looks done. Next, take a red eyeshadow and set the lipstick to prevent smudging. Lastly, apply red lipstick to your lips and add a black beauty mark under one eye with eye liner. You are ready to go out and be your evil self.
"With just six or seven products, you can easily rock this very same look that won me a feature in Elite Daily."
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