Forget dressing up as your standard black tabby cat this Halloween, we have a feline our striking, stripy wild tiger look will ensure you're leader of the pack however you are spending Halloween this year!
Celebrity makeup artist Anna Lingis shows us how to get your stripes this Halloween. Watch her do her thing below or follow our step-by-step guide underneath.
Next, from the same palette and using the shade ‘Coco’, blend colour in and around the eye socket and take it up towards your hairline again. You don’t need to be too neat or precise here, but ensure you get a good balance of contrasting colours.
With a light hand, use ‘Coco’ to define the hollows of your cheeks and continue sweeping the brush up towards your temple.
Take a darker shade from the palette and use it to define the edges and create more depth.
Using ‘Chalk’ from Anna’s eyeshadow palette, highlight between the brown areas to begin creating your stripes.
Add a spritz of water to Barry M Hi Vis Water Activated Colour in Shock White and apply under the eyes and in sections where you want to create texture. Remember, this should look like fur so use small, upward stroke motions.
Go around the white edges using a black, or dark, eyeshadow. You should now start to see your stripes emerging! Add more stripes as and where you need them and when you’re done, go over the top with the Barry M Hi Vis Water Activated Colour in Burnt Black for a more dramatic effect.
Repeat again on the other side!
Using a brown eyeshadow, contour your nostrils and the tip of your nose.
Apply a mix of brown, white and black shadows down your neck to continue the stripy effect.
13 steps may be unlucky for some, but if you’ve got this far, we think you deserve a round of a PAWS!
Finish off your Tiger look by applying Barry M Kohl Pencil in Black to the inside of your eyes and a bronze shadow to your lips to create a 3D effect.