Halloween is such an amazing day or should we say, night! The one day a year, kids and grownups alike gets to dress up, put on tons of Halloween make up and eat as much candy they want. For the kids it´s pretty easy, cut up a pair of white sheet and go as a ghost, but it´s so much fun to experiment as well so here are our best tips for two hot Halloween makeup looks!
MARIE ANTOINETTE HALLOWEEN MAKEUP
It may seem difficult to pull of the look of this baroque princess with cake on her mind, but you can actually use most products from home. Start by making a big bun on the crown of your hair by back combing the front, put in around 10-20 cotton pads (rapped in a hair net if you have one) and pin the hair over for that over the top hair-do. Leave a curl on the side for a chic look. Then proceed with the Halloween makeup part. Pale skin, white powder pink circle cheeks, white eye shadow and leave the mascara if you want to be authentic. Place a rosy lipstick or gloss on the middle of the lips- especially up towards the cupid-bow. Don´t forget the black beauty mark above the lip or on the cheek. Simply use a black eye pencil, place it wherever you want- twist it and pull off. To top it all off, drizzle some flour over the hair and voila!
THE DEAD HALLOWEEN MAKEUP
Also one of the typical Halloween make up looks that may seem tricky, but it´s really not! First you just need a pale skin and then continue to use a gray eye shadow or color and place it anywhere your face normally sinks in. Under the temple bone, under the cheekbone, along the sides of the nose, under the lip etc. Then go over with a deep purple/blue shadow or color and place it under the eye where most normally have a sunken line and also along the nose bone by the upper eye lid. This color can also be blending slightly over the gray color to add more depth and drama. If you want to make a bloody cut simply take a red lipstick or color on a thin pencil (eyeliner pencil or lip pencil will do) and draw a line and some drops dripping down from the it.