Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Vampire Makeup

Halloween is just around the corner so I decided I should play around with some
makeup. Our theme at the salon is community service workers which is a bit boring for me. Last year, we were bag ladies. I even made my own paper mache pigeons! 
bag lady costume with pigeon
This year, I decided I'll wear my nurse costume and make it more fun by being a night nurse vampire style, Ivana BytyuMost people do vampire eyes very black but I think mysterious smoky purple eyes will do.
vampire makeup
Pale skin, purple smoky eyes, purple blush and red lips will work. I used a foundation a few shades lighter than my skin color and mixed in a light bb cream plus a bit of luminizer to create a reflective surface. Urban Decay lip liner in Manic with Gash lipstick makes nice vampire red lips.
smokey purple eyes
I used Urban Decay eye shadows for my eyes. Freakshow, asphyxia, roadstripe, oil slick, polyester bride and my favorite black matte, blackout. 
vampire makeup
Freakshow doubled as contouring/blush and roadstripe worked great as a highlighter on my cheekbones. Asphyxia and roadstripe have an awesome iridescence. They create a great ghoulish look for a vampire! 
urban decay vice relaoded xx palette

urban decay shadows

urban decay blackout
I think my eyebrows need more drama, though. I'll really fill them in for Halloween. Some fangs are also in order. The Halloween store will have them. I'm almost ready. 

Vampire Fang tip: the adhesive that comes with the fangs from the Halloween store doesn't work. My friend Michelle bought some denture adhesive to hold her fangs on. It worked great!

Have a Beautifully Spooky Day!

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