Five Easy Witch Makeup Ideas

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If you are dressing up as a witch for Halloween or a costume party, wear makeup that is specific to the character you are portraying. Whether you're dressing as a popular character from a book or movie, or you want to create an original spooky look, make an impression with the perfect makeup. Many witch makeup ideas can be completed with cosmetics you probably already have at home.

Black Widow Witch

Things You'll Need

  • Eyebrow plastic
  • Black cream makeup
  • White cream makeup
  • Translucent face power
  • Black eye shadow
  • Dark green eye shadow
  • Black liquid eyeliner
  • Black mascara
  • Eyelash adhesive
  • False eyelashes
  • Red lipstick
  • Red lip liner
  • Spirit gum
  • Small plastic spiders
  • Makeup brushes and sponges in various sizes

Step 1: Apply Foundation

Work a small amount of eyebrow plastic between your fingers and mold over your brows to completely mask them. Apply a layer of white cream makeup over your entire face and neck. Set with powder.

Step 2: Do Your Eyes

Use black cream makeup to create high arching brows. Shade your lids and accent your brows with black eye shadow. Apply black eyeliner to your upper lid and waterline. Apply black mascara and false eyelashes.

Step 3: Facial Contouring

Use a large brush to apply green eye shadow to the hollows of your cheeks, chin, nose and temples for contouring.

Step 4: Red Lips

Trace the outside of your lips with red lip liner. Color them in with the lip liner and then apply red lipstick on top.

Step 5: Add Spiders

Apply dots of spirit gum to your face and allow to dry until tacky. Stick spiders on the spirit glue.

Tip

  • Place a few spiders on your forehead, cheekbones and jawline.

Purple Witch Makeup

Things You'll Need

  • Eyebrow plastic
  • Liquid foundation in the fairest tone possible for your skin
  • Translucent powder
  • Black cream makeup
  • Matte eye shadow in light, medium and dark shades of purple
  • Black liquid eyeliner
  • Black mascara
  • Eyelash adhesive
  • False eyelashes
  • Matte green eye shadow
  • Black and blue lip tar
  • Brushes and sponges in various sizes

Step 1: Apply Foundation

Mask your brows with eyebrow plastic and apply light-colored liquid foundation to your entire face and neck. Set with translucent powder.

Step 2: Do Your Eyes

Use black cream makeup to create high, pointed brows that extend upwards towards your temples. Create a smokey eye with the three shades of purple eye shadow. Use black liquid eyeliner to make a dramatic winged eye. Apply black mascara and false eyelashes.

Tip

  • Since you made your eyebrows high and large, extend your shadow and to cover a larger area. Use wide strokes to apply it to your lids, temples and under your eyes to make your eyes look large.

Step 3: Contour Your Face

Contour your cheeks, chin, nose and temples with green eye shadow.

Step 4: Dark Lips

Mix black and blue lip tar and apply to your lips.

Elphaba from Wicked

Things You'll Need

  • Facial moisturizer
  • Green face paint
  • Translucent powder
  • Black eye shadow
  • Black liquid eyeliner
  • Black brow powder
  • Dark green eye shadow
  • Red lip liner
  • Red lipstick
  • Brushes and sponges in various sizes

Step 1: Apply Foundation

Before using face paint, apply a generous amount of moisturizer to protect your skin. Apply green face paint to your entire face and neck. Set with translucent powder.

Tip

  • Apply several think layers of paint and allow it to dry in between layers. Setting with translucent powder will even out the skin tone.

Step 2: Do Your Eyes

Fill in your brows with black brow powder. Cover your lids with black eye shadow. Create a winged eye with black liquid liner. Line your waterline with black liner. Apply black mascara.

Tip

  • The insides of your eye will look oddly red with the green face paint. So cover as much of your waterline as possible with the black liner.

Step 3: Contour Your Face

Contour your cheeks, chin, nose and temples with dark green shadow.

Step 4: Red Lips

Apply red lip liner and lipstick.

Maleficent Makeup

Things You'll Need

  • Liquid foundation in the fairest color possible for your skin
  • Translucent powder
  • Black eyebrow gel
  • Eye shadow in light, medium and dark shades of grey, brown and taupe
  • Black liquid eyeliner
  • White eyeliner pencil
  • Black mascara 
  • Lash adhesive
  • False eyelashes
  • Red lip liner
  • Red lipstick
  • Brushes and sponges in various sizes

Step 1: Apply Foundation

Apply liquid foundation in the fairest color possible for your skin type. Set with translucent powder.

Step 2: Do Your Eyes

Create a high, pointed, arched brow with eyebrow gel. Create a smokey eye with the brown, grey and taupe shadow. Create a winged eye with black liner. Apply white liner to your waterline to make your eye look larger. Apply black mascara and false eyelashes.

Step 3: Contour Your Face

Create sharp cheekbones and a slender nose by contouring your face with brown eye shadow.

Step 4: Red Lips

Make your lips look bigger by applying lip liner just outside the edges of your lips. Fill in with red lipstick.

Good Witch Makeup

This makeup look is mostly natural and demure, but it features a glittery eyelid that pops.

Things You'll Need

  • Natural-looking foundation
  • Brow powder in your natural color
  • Light-colored cream eye shadow
  • Metallic glitter eye shadow in pearl and silver colors
  • Black liquid eyeliner
  • Black mascara
  • Rosy blush
  • Pink lip gloss
  • Brushes and sponges in various sizes

Step 1: Apply Foundation

Apply foundation to your face that matches your skin color.

Step 2: Do Your Eyes

Fill in your brows with powder in your natural color. Apply light-colored cream eyeliner to your lids as a base. Apply glitter eye shadow to your lids. Line your lids with black liquid liner. Apply black mascara.

Step 3: Finish Your Look

Apply a rosy blush to the hollows of your cheek and color your lips with a pink lip gloss.

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