When our best plans to throw together a magnificent costume go down, Halloween makeup is always there to save the day. It is cheap, easy, and can save even the most basic excuses for clothing. Also, if you’re not ready to head back to a full bar crawl or house party, make-up is a great way to add a touch of deceptive atmosphere to your movie night or a school van. Instagram has garnered most of our inspiration throughout the year, but it comes especially by promoting creative inspiration this time of year. You don’t have to be an expert to get amazing results with your Halloween makeup, either. These cool makeup ideas can be everything you need for a beautiful dress.
Think of a costume, and then makeup
Depending on where you are in the world, Halloween can be a very cold night. Think about your outfit first, whether you are wearing a turtleneck, or a heavy dress to get your head down? If your answer is yes, then consider changing your dress and applying makeup. This will save you time when you may have to redo your makeup.
This year has been an awesome show, and we all deserve a break from the horrible youth. So why not go for a good look, fun, and good looks?
Certainly, a lot of time to play more, to have less friendship with clothes. Now is the time to look for interesting body painting ideas, or even to draw something as simple as flowers near your eye. To look more 3D, choose a few colorful flowers in your garden or corner store at least a week before Halloween. To wipe them off, place each flower face down, without overlapping, between two pieces of parchment paper and slide it inside a heavy, thick book.
Elevated Eye Makeup
Keep a red lipstick this year (especially since no one will see it), and choose a glam that makes your eyes a real statement. Smoking eyes with lashes reaching up to the moon will remain home during Halloween. But this year, almost anything goes. This is the time when you can play with your eyes, perhaps trying on eyelashes that are floating or cut off in an interesting shape.
To make your eyes pop out of the image, bigger than the lifestyle, try the old drag queen hack. Start by hiding your natural eyebrows with a few swiping of glue sticks across all your browsers and then apply the powder on them and apply a foundation that matches your skin tone. Then go for a walk with any eye-catching look on your face.
When creating a skull Halloween makeup design, you will need to work with all the cream/liquid and powders to make a white opaque canvas. Start by using the simplest concealer or foundation you can get as a base. Almost the color in the areas you want to be white, and then meet with a sponge, fingers, or brush.
Add more until the desired color is achieved. Press the white matte shade to set and create color gains. Alternatively, you can use baby powder. Finish with a flexible powder if your skin is oily – or if you plan to dance all night. Use eye pencils and lips to complete the look with any colors you need. To eliminate size, apply a cool white shade to the upper areas of the face.
Use Special Effects Makeup
The special effects of making the art of creating real blood effects and blood effects, and are the perfect way to tie an impressive Halloween costume. Did you know that you can make your non-toxic blood? This is a good idea especially for children who want to use blood in their mouth and eyes. It’s simple, you just need to follow these simple steps:
- Mix one portion of water and three portions of corn syrup.
- Slightly reddish the color of the food to make it look your best.
- Add the chocolate syrup to darken.
Just like that, you have fake blood that you can use with your non-toxic and completely edible outfit! It’s an easy and safe way to bring all your costumes together. You can even give yourself a fake vampire bite, an ax wound, or rotten flesh on other parts of your body. Use your imagination and go wild!
So, go ahead!
Halloween make-up is bigger and heavier than regular make-up. It is designed to adhere to the skin and to last a long time. Most people prefer makeup because it limits your face and vision more than a mask. When choosing makeup products for your face or around the eyes, make sure your choice is hypoallergenic and targeted for your face. Do a skin test for new products and wait 24 hours for any response. This is especially important for those with sensitive skin or a history of allergies.
Stay away from any product that can be applied to your hair or nails, as this can cause eye irritation. When applying makeup, be sure to leave the area around the eyes. It is better to stay above the eyebrow. Any makeup that covers the eyelid should be done directly on this area. At the end of the night, it is important to completely remove makeup and wash your face thoroughly with a face wash. If the makeup gets in your eyes, rinse it off with cool water.