Taking another Illamasqua must-have, the Vampette Galmore Lipstick. Even the name of this shade is perfect for Halloween makeup. Apply one layer and blot with a tissue before adding a second layer to ensure it lasts.
So I hope that mini makeup tutorial helps if you were stuck thinking of Halloween makeup ideas. And if you want to add some simple spooky extras, imply follow the steps below.
Take your Colorscience Gel Eyeliner and Sigma E75 Angled Brush and start by drawing a line from the top center of your eyebrow straight up towards your hairline. Do the same again but this time the line should start below your lower lash line down towards your cheek, adjusting the length of the lines according to how big you would like your spiderweb.
Continue to add black lines with equal spacing until the gab between the two original lines is filled in. Then start at the base of the eye and add some little curved lines to join the lines together. Continue to do this until all of the lines are joined together and you’ll really see your spiderweb come together.
This makeup is so simple but so effective, but a steady hand certainly helps!
If you fancy channelling your inner feline, then this is the makeup look for you. Taking your Colorscience Gel Eyeliner and Sigma E75 Angled Brush, outline the tip of your nose Fill in the outline of your nose and nostrils before filling it in with your black eyeliner. Take your time so that you can be neat and precise.
Next, trace a thin line down from the center of the nose to the top lip line, in between your cupid’s bow. This look looks great with your top lip filled in with black eyeliner, so feel free to fill in your top lip using your gel eyeliner.
Next, add some small black dots above the lip – four or five on each side of the line should be more than enough. Then add three short black lines in line with these dots to act as whiskers. If you want to make your eyes look even more cat-like, add some of the gel eyeliner to the inner corner of the eye.