If vampires, werewolves, ghosts and ghouls are simply not scary enough Halloween makeup ideas for you, try going for a truly creepy double vision look. One thing is for sure - everyone at the party will look at you twice… or more!
What Do I Need to Achieve One of The Creepiest Halloween Makeup Ideas Out There?
- Eyebrow pencil (a lighter and darker ones)
- Eyeshadow primer
- Eyeshadow palette
- Green pencil
- Black liquid liner
- Faux lashes
- Pink lip liner
- Liquid lipstick
- Contour Palette
- White liquid liner
Steps to Getting the Halloween Double Vision Makeup Look
Step 1: Start with your new eyebrows
Gently draw your eyebrows with a light brown pencil underneath your eyes. Continue adding details with a darker pencil, in light hair-like strokes.
Step 2: Draw the shape of the eye
Using a white eyeshadow or eyeshadow primer, draw the shape of the eye. After that, add colour using green or blue eyeshadow. Do this by drawing a circle in the middle of the white eye shape, line it with a green eye pencil.
Step 3: Draw the pupil and add eye makeup to your new set of eyes
Using a black liquid liner, draw the pupil inside the blue or green circle. Apply eyeshadow in the same way you would apply to your real eyes – darker on the outer corners and lighter on the inner corners. Be bold, add some glitter on the inner corner! The eye makeup can be as strong or subtle as you want, don’t forget the underneath. Extra points in you have the same colours and makeup on both your real eyes and your drawn-on eyes.
Step 4: Go for a cat eye and faux lashes
How do you feel about having… 4 cat eyes? Line your new eyes and add faux lashes to look extra realistic. Draw on some lashes underneath with the eyeliner.
Step 5: Finishing touches
Finish off the eye with a pink pencil mimicking the tear duct. You can also gently draw on some veins. Use a white liquid liner to add sparkle on to your new eyes.
Step 6: Use the contour palette to draw the nose
Start drawing in the centre of your nose, just underneath your eyebrows. Outline the contour of your nose with a medium shade and shade in the nostrils with a darker hue. Highlight in the areas where the light would fall on your new nose and contour the outline with a darker shade. Take your time with drawing the nose, don’t worry if you can’t get it right from the first time – practice makes perfect!
Step 7: Are you ready to draw on a new lip?
It’s time to draw on a new pout. Use the lip liner to draw the outline of your lip and fill it in with liquid lipstick. Add some depth with eyeshadow and draw on the creases with a white liquid eyeliner.
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