Examples of Face Makeup for Halloween

Next Video:
How-to: Day of the Dead Makeup....5

Halloween is a great opportunity to experiment with many different kinds of makeup. Get examples of face makeup for Halloween with help from a visual artist of nine years in this free video clip.

Part of the Video Series: Halloween Makeup & More
Promoted By Zergnet


Video Transcript

Hello, this is Sherilynn Marilyn of Diva Day International Glam Squad, and we're here at Kiss Club hair salon with Nadia the model of the day, and our inspiration how to makeup tutorial will be Halloween makeup. And my inspiration was Cry Babies, and I'm gonna show you exactly how I'm going to create this look. I'm gonna first start with her eyes. Her eyes are very endearing. She has very almond-shaped eyes, and a very wide palette for color application. But the main focal point is going to be the tears. We're gonna create some tears. I'm gonna start by applying, or should I say drawing in our foundation for our tears. Now you're gonna be a bit over-exaggerating. So, if you get this in a way that is not perfect, it's not made to be perfect. So, have fun! And what I'm drawing in now guys is just the outline of over-exaggerated tears. Now like I said, it's not gonna be perfect. With this blue color, I'm going to trace with a small, very thin, very very thin brush. I'm loading it with this blue cream color made by Maybelline, it's called cobalt. I'm just gonna trace where we started our foundation. Alrighty. Now that is the setting format for the Cry Baby tears. Now what I'm gonna do is, I'm gonna come back with a black, and what the black is going to do, is going to dominate the blue and the silver, bringing everything in. I'm just gonna trace the outlines of what you see. Not covering up the blue, just giving it a little more 3D of an effect. And again, never mind if it's perfect or not. You're not looking for accuracy on perfect, but we're definitely looking for definition. I'm going to add the same pencil on the top of her lids, and also in addition to her water line. And again, this is nothing perfect, I want her to look as if she's been crying for days, about something, I don't know what, but it's gonna make me cry too. So I'm gonna use my ring finger and smudge. Smudge that black all over her lid. This purple glitter is made by NYX, and it has blues and purples and silvers in it. So it's gonna be an excellent compliment to our look of the day. I'm gonna add this to her tears. Loading my brush again, tapping off any excess, just gonna add them right there in the middle. Yeah. Loving that. A little more never hurt. Comes out purple, but it works well with blue. So, I'm just putting it down the center to create some drama. And, my Cry Baby cries glitter. Now, what I would like to do is add a little focus towards her lips. I'm going to use a blue, not a soft blue but an aqua blue. Starting from the center and working my way towards the outer corners is really the technique. And as you can see, it dries very fast, it's true to color. And I'm gonna stay within her natural lip line. And, I'm gonna add a little more. I know you guys are like, a little more? Looks good. Well, I want more. I'm gonna add a little bit of this blue marine color from Maybelline. It's a cream eye shadow called Color Delights, and it's in a Indy Blue. So it has a color wheel of several blues that you can use, and I'm gonna take the same lip brush that I applied with the, the original blue, and I'm gonna apply this to the center. And this is our completion for our Halloween makeup look today, and we're with model Nadia, and she is awesome in her Cry Baby Halloween look for today. And I'm Sherilynn Marilyn of Diva Day International Glam Squad, and we're here at Club Kiss.


Related Searches

Is DIY in your DNA? Become part of our maker community.
Submit Your Work!