She's a Man Eater!

Halloween Makeup

Yesterday I posted a Halloween look created with a bunch of products I had in my makeup drawer (see Bad Kitty here). Today I did the exact same thing; This look wasn't as quick, but it's still fun. I originally intended on being a zombie, but I decided that it took a turn at one point; say hello to the Man Eater (queue Nelly Furtado & Timberland).

I've listed each product in the order it was put on:
Halloween Makeup

Loreal Infallible - Soft Sable mixed with Maybelline Better Skin Foundation - Warm Honey
Applied my foundation like normal, with a beauty blender, but used shades a tad bad lighter than my skin tone to give me me flashback that would provide me with the white cast effect. I'd dread this ever happening on my day to day, but for Halloween this is perfect.

Spirit Halloween Cream Grease Makeup - White
Used the exact same beauty blender and blended this on top of the foundation. That way it blended in a bit with my foundation color and didn't come off too pigmented (didn't want to look tooo ghostly).

Laura Mercier Loose Setting Powder - Translucent
My all time favorite, applied this like usual.

NYX Primal Colors - Hot Black
Used this with a small contour brush from BH Cosmetics (a brush from their 10 piece Sculpt and Blend Kit) to give me a harsh contour; I did the same thing for my nose and cheeks. I then started adding tiny lines around my fore head and down to my neck with a tiny paintbrush I picked up at Michaels.

BH Cosmetics 180 Eyeshadow Palette - Red
I took a small blending brush, the Morphe M139, and applied this over the top of the black contour line to help blend as well as give a bruised/scary/creepy effect on my nose, cheeks, and the tiny lines all over my forehead. I continued this down to my neck as well.

Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector - Opal
I of course needed a bit of a glow, so I applied this like normal to all my favorite areas to highlight; cheeks, nose, forehead and chin.

Halloween Makeup
Covergirl Queen Collection Natural Hue Bronzer- Ebony Bronze
I used this as my transition shade and applied this directly into my cheeks. I'm sure I probably used this Sonia Kashuk brush, because it's one of my favorites and was about $4-$5 at Target.

Halloween Makeup

NYX Primal Colors - Hot Black
I put this all over my lid with a flat brush and slowly placed the color all over the lid. This product is EXTREMELY pigmented ( I love it) so a little goes a long way. I also used this product to fill in my brows as light handed as possible.

BH Cosmetics 180 Eyeshadow Palette - Red
I used the exact same red as I used for to blend out my harsh black contour lines, to blend the black into the Covergirl bronzer I used as my transition shade. I wanted to add a bit more red while smoothing out the black harsh lines. I then took the red and placed it on my bottom lash line and brought it down towards my cheeks.

Halloween Makeup

I ended up mixing a tonnnn (the crazy spelling, I mean it; I was really ridiculous with the amount of lipstick I used) of colors. Looking back, the quickest way to achieve this color is to use:
BH Cosmetics 180 Eyeshadow Palette - Red
Used a plain lipliner brush, you could use this one from Target, and applied this just like I would a lip liner.

NYX Cream Eyeshadow Base - White
Placed this in the center of my lip with my finger to give my lips a highlighted effect.

NYX Primal Colors - Hot Black
I took a lip liner brush and put this over top of the white so that the center of my lips would look a tad grey.

I picked this up from my local dollar store. It has no brand or no name, but I've linked to Spirit Halloween a bottle that looks fairly similar.

By the way my nails are painted with Sally Hensen Hard as Nails in the color Black Heart (880).

That's it! Have a wonderful and safe Halloween my loves!

Halloween Makeup

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