Tuesday, October 24, 2017
Anyone ever told, "Wow! You look SO much like your brother?" and you're just like, "Thank you." but deep down you're thinking, "Wait. Does that mean I look like a guy or my brother look like a girl?" Literally, my life story, guys! So I decided to kind of run with that and come up with this look for Halloween. 

This is probably one of the easiest, cheapest costumes - perfect for anyone that got an invite to a party at the last second - as well as one of the funniest/biggest WOW! looks. Those are my favorite kind.

Also, I don't about you, but I'm totally diggin' me as a guy. I'm kind of getting blonde Johnny Depp vibes and y'know, I'm not mad at it. I think I'd call myself Jack. Or TJ. What do you think?

How To Get This Look:

Got ten minutes and a hat? Then you can definitely get this look! Like I said earlier, it's one of the easiest and most simple looks but has that fun "wow" factor. Let's get started! 
  • This look doesn't get any more simple. I nixed the foundation and just went for the concealer using the ColourPop No Filter Concealer in Light Neutral. Obviously, you are more then welcome to create your base as you would like to.
  • Next, for brows, I wanted to create thick and bushy ones so I went in with my Anastasia Dip Brow in Dark Brown and filled my brows in and slightly overdrew them. I didn't want fake looking so I tried to go in and draw in light, hair-like lines to make it as natural as possible.
  • For the facial hair, I took my Wolfe FX Skinz Palette and using the darkest brown shade, started to draw hair and stubble. I did the soul patch first, to test out the strokes and then went in with the rest. If you don't have face paint, any gel liner, setting spray + eyeshadow mix or brow product will work just as well. I do recommend using the smallest brush possible to get the best thin lines. My brush was a little too big but it worked for the most part.
  • Lastly, I coated my lashes with the Benefit Cosmetics Roller Lash Mascara because boys always have the best lashes, am I right?
And there you have it! So simple, so easy! For my hair, I simple threw it in a small pony tail and then brought the end of the ponytail to the front to create bangs. I secured them with bobby pins, threw on a hat and boom! - instant boy!