Cat Face Makeup Instructions

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Cat-faced makeup makes any Halloween or costume party more festive, and by following a few simple instructions you create the distinctive eyes, nose and whiskers yourself. Become a cat with the aid of this free video on specialty makeup tips.

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Video Transcript

Hi, I'm Christine Wheaton, I'm a makeup artist. And I'm going to show you some cat face makeup instructions. Really easy to do, great for a Halloween costume. First, we're going to use some eyeliner, which is waterproof and it will help stay on the face. And I'm going to use a little pointed brush, and I'm going to draw on her nose. So, we're just going to mimic what a cat has and just color in the bottom part of her nose and part of the nostril there. Like that. Then I'm going to take the same gel eyeliner that I used and I'm going to put a flat angled brush on there and we're going to make the whiskers. So, you just start from the inside and work your way out. I like to do three. Now, we're going to use the same eyeliner and the same brush and I'm going to do a cat eye. Close your eyes. So, just going to start on the inner corner and work out. And wing out the liner for the cat eye. And you can make this as thick or as thin as you'd like. I'm also going to bring in the inner part just a little bit so that it points down. So we're just going to pull this down right in here. And these short little movements with the brush kind of allow you a little more control. It's slightly easier than to do really long strokes. You just do these little shorties. And there you go. Really simple, easy way to do a Halloween costume, there's the cat face makeup. Try it out, that gel eyeliner will definitely make things easier by not smudging. Thanks for watching, I'm Christine Wheaton.


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