Tuesday, October 31, 2017
Happy Halloween to all my boos and ghoulfriends! I'm making this super quick because we have to head out right now but I'm throwing up one last look for Halloween using mostly the ColourPop I Think I Love You Palette. Honestly, all you really need is a brown, black and white shadow for the majority of the look. Alrighty. Guys, be safe tonight, have lots of fun and bring back lots and lots of candy!

How To Get This Look:

  • Let's get this thang started! To moisturize, I used Mojo Spa's High Society Moisturizer. It's pretty perfumed but it's so dang good, guys. For foundation, I used the L'Oreal Pro Glow Foundation and applied it with a damp Jesse's Girl Beauty Sponge. No concealer (because what costume better than a skeleton to highlight those dark circles, am I right?), no bronzer and no blush.
  • For the skeleton nose (or lack thereof), I used the Wolfe FX Palette's black shade. I then highlighted around the nose with the white shade from the same palette. Honestly, you can use  a liquid liner for the same effect and then go around it with a white shade.
  • For the teeth, I used that same white color from the Wolfe FX Palette and drew little squares on my lips and then dragged down to create the roots. To make the teeth stand out, I used Let's Do It (a matte black) from the ColourPop I Think I Love You Palette and just created shadows around the teeth, dragging that down with my brush as well.
  • For underneath the cheekbones, I took Let's Do It again and carved out the little area, kind of making a giant sideways comma (wow, Noelle, great description), making sure to fade it and blend it out before the teeth.
  • Going back to the Wolfe FX Palette, I took the white shade and highlighted above the part I just carved out to make it a little more dimensional.
  • For the eyes, I used Bel Air in the crease and My Type in the outer v and lower lash line, as well as all over the eye socket. Both from the ColourPop I Think I Love You Palette. Lastly, I patted Level Up on my lid for a fun glam look. I then took Let's Do It and created a thin outline around my eye socket and then highlighted with a white shade.
  • I created a cat eye with the Jesse's Girl Liquid Liner (my fave!) and coated my lashes with L'Oreal's Voluminous Lash Paradise Mascara.

Happy Halloween, babes!