A ghoulish, statement look that really stands out and has a true eerie feel. The pure white face provides the backdrop and allows the dark rimmed eyes to really stand out. Dark shading’s applied to the cheekbones to give a more chiselled look, which makes you look a little bit more angled. A cracked effect’s created on the lips with red smudging, which is the perfect finishing touch to this eerie look, which is perfect for Halloween!
This look is spooky-pretty and has such a strong Halloween vibe, without being gruesome or too terrifying. It’s super simple and easy to do, and so effective that it’s perfect for this time of year. It’s still feminine and has a simple element about it that can’t be beaten.
If you’re still stuck on what to go as this Halloween, why not try this look? Just pair it with a white dress, and you have the perfect Halloween outfit.
In The SPIRIT Of Fun Make Up Tutorial:
gggWhat You Need:
- Primer of choice
- White Creme Foundation/Face Paint
- White Face Powder
- Dark Grey / Charcoal Eye Shadow
- Black Eye Shadow
- White Eye Shadow / Highlighter Powder
- Creamy Black Eyeliner / Kajal Liner
- Black Eyeliner Pencil
- Extra Black Mascara
- Red Liquid Blusher / Lip Stain
- Makeup Sponge
- Various Size Makeup Brushes
gggGet The Look:
- Cleanse, tone and moisturise face and apply your usual primer. Make sure that you do not add lip balm.
- Use a sponge to cover entire face, brows and lips with white face paint/foundation.
- Brush white powder over the face.
- Using a large eye shadow brush and charcoal eye shadow. Cover the eyelid up to and including the eye brows. Following the nose round and under the eye creating a circle.
- With an angled brush and black eye shadow. Apply to the outer corner of the eye, blending towards the brow and down the bridge of the nose following the curve created in the previous step and line the bottom eyelid and blend.
- Use a flat brush to lightly press white eye shadow / highlighter powder under the eyebrow, to the inner corner of the eye and to the bottom of the large circles and blend.
- Use a creamy black eyeliner / Kajal liner to line the top and bottom lids, getting slightly thicker towards the ends and bringing to a flick. Make sure there’s no gaps between the lashes and eyeliner. Lightly smudge the colour outwards to blend into the circles, I found it easier to use an angled eyeliner brush for this step.
- Line the rims of your eyes with a black eyeliner pencil.
- If your eyes are looking too one-dimensional add a bit more highlighter until you are happy with the look. Remember, you want the bridge of your nose to be quite dark, so try to avoid adding too much highlighter to this area.
- Finally use your finger to apply dark grey glitter to the inner corners of the eye, (this step can be missed). Apply a heavy coat of extra black mascara or false lashes, depending on preference, and lightly dust the very outer edges of the circles with white face powder to stop the look being too harsh.
- Use the same charcoal eye shadow as step one and a blusher brush to blend under cheekbones and to the corners of your forehead. This can be as dramatic as you like!
- Take a red liquid blusher / lip stain and brush over your lips using a lip brush to create a very sheer stain.
- Once dry lightly dust with white face powder until ‘cracks’ start to appear.
Now just spray some dry shampoo, or dust your hair with talcum powder, and style as desired.
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