Wish you a very happy Halloween, guys. This festival is quite popular in the western countries but is slowly gaining popularity in India as well. As a makeup lover, I also wanted to try a Halloween look, so I opted for this one. I was quite excited to create this skull look and it has turned out so well. It looks a little complicated but is quite easy. So now let’s check out the full step by step tutorial.
First, I moisturized my face well and applied a primer. Since I was going to use a lot of product I used an oil-controlling primer. It helped me keep my makeup in place for long.
I applied a lighter shade of foundation on my face and blended it well with a sponge to get a smooth finish. I also used a lighter shade compact powder to set everything well. I tried to create a lighter base than my actual skin tone. You can even use a white foundation if you have any.
Now, coming to eye makeup. First, I created thick eyebrow lines and filled up the brows deeply. It should look deeper and darker than usual. Initially, I used a brown kit and then finished with a black gel liner to make the look super bold.
Next, I used a blackish brown shadow on my eyelids and blended it well until I got the smoky look. Next, to make it bolder, I used a black shadow and blended it well all over the lid area. I also extended that shade towards the sides of my nose.
I then used the same black shadow on my lower lash line and created a thick smoky line.
Next, I blended the shade with a natural brown shadow and made it quite smooth and smoky. I also applied a dark shade on my under eye area to create the effect of dark eyes.
To finish my eye makeup look I used a black kajal on the waterline and applied mascara on my lashes.
To create wrinkles on my forehead area, I drew two lines on both sides of my nose and extended them towards the forehead and created a curve. Next, I blended the line and used a brown shadow to make it natural.
Since I was creating the skull first I began by drawing my nose. I used an eye pencil to create my nose and outlined the area like a skull. Then, I filled up the area with the same black pencil.
Coming to the structure of the face, I used a black kajal to draw a line on my cheeks to give a deeply contoured look. I started lining from an angle of my ears. First, I created a straight line until the middle of my face and then made a curve and joined the line with the lips.
I blended the line well and used a black shadow to smudge the line. After that I applied a brown shadow to make the line look natural. I blended everything well with a blending brush.
Now coming to the lip makeup, here I wanted to draw some fake teeth. So first I applied a light concealer on my lips and dabbed the product well. I then applied a black kajal on my inner lip line and smudged it well.
Then I used the same black pencil and drew some lines on both upper and lower sides and continued the line outside the mouth as well.
Next, with a thin brush I smudged those lines slightly. I also used a shadow to make them appear a little thick.
Now, I filled up the gaps between two black lines with a white liner. It helps to give a more realistic look.
Finally, I used a black gel liner and made those black lines deeper and also used a peachy gold highlighter between the gaps to highlight those areas perfectly. Try to make everything appear pretty natural.
To contour the rest of my face, I used a dark brown powder on my forehead and jawline. I also used a black shadow on the hairline area. I blended the shades very smoothly. I also joined the face contour line with my hairline smoothly by applying some black shadow.
I also contoured my neck and applied a dark brown shadow.
Even a skull needs a highlighter! So, I used a beautiful golden highlighter on my cheekbones, forehead and bridge of my nose, and also on the brow bone.
Here is my final look. Yes, I look scary. It’s a perfect look for a Halloween party and a super creative idea to get a makeover. Obviously, it’s a different and creative look. I took various pictures with candles to enhance the theme. I hope you liked this tutorial.
Makeup Product Used:
L’Oreal Infallible 24H Stay Fresh Foundation
Maybelline Instant Age Rewind Eraser Dark Circles Treatment Concealer – Medium
Rimmel London Match Perfection Silky Loose Powder
Makeup Revolution Ultra Sculpt and Contour Kit Ultra Light/Medium C04
Rimmel London Brow This Way Eyebrow Sculpting Kit – Dark Brown
NYX Parisian Chic Love in Paris Eye Shadow Palette
L.A Girl Eyeliner Black
L.A Girl Line Art Matte Eyeliner Pure White
Maybelline Colossal Volum’ Express Waterproof Mascara
Makeup Revolution Vivid Baked Highlighter – Golden Light
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