Today I bring a special post about Halloween make up. This couldn’t be made without the cooperation of Smiffy’s uk and Dom Marketing PR, thanks I really enjoyed writing this post.
First about getting ready.
Pull your hair back, if you have long hair keep it out of your face while working for example by putting it into a ponytail, if not use clips, headband or bobby pins. Use gentle cleanser to remove your previous make up if wearing it and remove the oils from your skin, rinse with warm water and pat your face to dry. Now, we are ready!
List of material used for this post:
Let’s do it!
For the Make-up I used Make Up FX Greasepaint by Smiffy’s. It contains Facepaint, 3 Blood capsules, sponge and one little brush. White base is the best way to achieve the perfect finish and long last but it’s better if you apply with a cushion instead of sponge.
Then you can start adding black to darken eyes for the hollow effect and shading cheekbones, collarbone or under the jawline. Outline your lids with dark pencil eyeliner, and then smudge it outward. I used some brown eyeshadow to finish the look. (and applied black lipstick for a dead look.)
Last step is the most funny, cut top of blood capsules off and add blood as required to mouth, head and neck. Always be careful with eyes and mouth when applying. You can for example try to create a dripping blood effect. Dip a sponge into the fake blood and squeeze it over your skin.
To get the look.
Thanks to Smiffys I got the choker and the Wig, so after study al the items I thought a barroque dress was the perfect way to end the look. Inspired in Bloody Mary.
Mary Tudor, the queen of Englandwho became known as ‘Bloody Mary’ for her persecution of the Protestants.
Are you ready to see how it looks?