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Everyone loves Halloween - it's easy to understand why; Halloween allows you to show your creativity in a variety of fun and exiting ways. This holiday season instead of purchasing difficult, claustrophobic masks complete your look with dramatic makeup. Halloween makeup is also cheap and inexpensive and will allow you to be much more creative. The harajuku girl or geisha Halloween makeu is the easiest look to achieve. Just use a very pink or red blush and a colorful eye shadow to make your lids, temples, and upper cheekbone rea... Read More
The MAC x Rick Baker Halloween makeup collection might just be the perfect inspiration for this year's spooky holiday. As you may know, Rick Baker is a legend when it comes to special effects, so who better to offer ideas completely shocking look ( in a very good way, of course)? The three looks that the artist created are Bride, Day of Dead and Zombie and, as one might expect, everything you need to recreate these looks is included in the new line. Well, except for amazing talent and skills, that is.It turns out the list of essentials is qu... Read More
Halloween is the perfect excuse to go a little overboard with makeup and learn a few tricks from the special effect and stage makeup industry. Here's how to do a Halloween zombie makeup with gory fake wounds and lots of blood inspired by the TV show everyone's talking about, 'The Walking Dead'.What you'll need:liquid latex, tissue paper, piece of cloth or paper candy cup, oat bran, foundation, face powder, liquid eye liner, face painting palette, fake bloodZombie Makeup: Prep the Base Stretch the skin on the forehead and apply a t... Read More
Skelita Calaveras is Monster High's Mexican skeleton-inspired character and resembles a sugar skull. Find out how you can do Skelita's makeup for Halloween or a costume party! What you'll need:- face painting palette (try Kryolan Supracolor)- foundation, face powder- teal and blue eyeshadows- nude/white eyeliner pencil- black eyeliner- shimmery blue eyeshadow or eyeliner- bronzer- burgundy lipstick- blonzer- wigSkelita Calaveras Makeup: Face Use a face painting palette to create the perfect base. Mix white and green paint with a ligh... Read More
Makeup can be a great way to upgrade your Halloween look, as Halloween is one of the most awaited holidays of the year. Makeup can offer you a variety of benefits on a daily basis but it can also be used in a more artistic manner, to complete the look of your favorite Halloween costume. However, if you are out of ideas, there are a variety of Halloween makeup ideas from the runway you can turn towards for inspiration. It seems that some designers have a very artistic way to underline their fashion collections so they turn towards the... Read More
Fashion Week unveiled an array of stunning beauty looks that you can easily turn towards for inspiration. The much awaited Halloween is closing in fast, so contouring an idea about which character you're going to choose this year is a must as this way you can pay attention and perfect every detail of your scary costume. Some of the spring 2013 runway fashion shows prove to be perfect sources of inspiration for cool Halloween makeup looks, so check out our selection of makeup styles and use your faves as inspiration. Vamp... Read More
Cleo de Nile is the freakishly fabulous mummy ghoul from Monster High. Here's how you can copy Cleo de Nile's makeup look for a costume party or for Halloween!What you'll need:- darker foundation and powder- eyeshadow primer- purple and red eyeshadows- ivory eye pencil- white cream eyeshadow (optional)- black liquid liner- false lashes- black eye liner pencil- white eyeshadow- red lip pencil and lipstick- bronzerCleo de Nile Makeup: FaceUse slightly darker foundation to mimic Cleo's mocha skin tone. Blend well into the skin to create ... Read More
One of the most popular trends when it comes to Halloween party makeup is the vampire look. This craze has risen again when the hit movie “Twilight” came out. Vampires have always been wrapped in mystery because of the stories that have been circulating for so many centuries. The vampire craze started when Bram Stoker's incredible novel “Dracula” came out. The book was so successful people still love it today. It helped feed people's imagination and fear of vampires. Vampire movies and stories have been popular for so many decades ... Read More
Inspired by the Mexican Day of the Dead, sugar skull tradition (sugar skulls are intricately decorated candy brought as offerings to the dead), sugar skull makeup has become a very hot Halloween makeup look. Bear in mind sugar skull makeup is elaborate and requires painstaking attention to detail, but it looks stunning and is definitely worth the hard work. It's best to practice the sugar skull makeup a few times, so you won't panic if something goes wrong right before the Halloween party. How to Do Sugar Sk... Read More
Halloween is that party of the year that allows people to choose the character they want to be, what costume to wear and what accessories to use to complete the ensemble. But what happens when you totally forget about this holiday and your friends invite you to a Trick or Treat party? You just cannot refuse them, so you have to adjust and find a costume and a matching makeup. Here are some last minute Halloween makeup and costume tips. Last Minute Halloween Makeup Ideas Batman LookHere's a cute Halloween makeup. You can create ... Read More
Try a retro beauty look this Halloween inspired by the Roaring Twenties. Learn how to recreate this signature 20s makeup look inspired by the Great Gatsby movie. Hide any imperfections and create a porcelain like base with a light shade sheer foundation. Set your foundation with loose powder. With the base done, move onto the eyes. To increase color payoff, use an eyeshadow primer on the upper and lower eyelids, which will also make your 20s makeup last longer. Apply a shimmery-gold eyeshadow on the upper eyelid with a b... Read More