Here is my 3rd Halloween tutorial - This one is more theatrical and is definitely another fun to recreate!
If you are thinking of fooling people this halloween, then try this tutorial out for sure!!!
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Here is a ‘before & after’ of my model, Charley, from my Disney inspired Witch tutorial. The video will go up on my channel very soon! (The link to my YouTube can be found in my previous post)
I’ve added a pea-sized amount of ‘nose putty’ to the middle of Charleys nose to create the shape of a slightly hooked bridge from the profile view. This really makes it appear more witchy!
The rest of her face has been altered solely with the use of makeup.
Yesterday I filmed my 4th Halloween makeup tutorial for my channel;
This makeup look is a ‘Disney Inspired Witch’
I would of liked to go all-out using prosthetics but I wanted to create something you can all replicate at home this halloween.
I love Disney witches, some of them are more like ‘beggar women’ and some are more gruesome looking.
So, I will create another witch in the future using prosthetics.
One of the most enjoyable makeup look I’ve recreated! Here is my Mad Hatter makeup from Alice In Wonderland. This makup is famously sported by actor, Johnny Depp.
This was highly requested for Halloween & fancy dress by my viewers.
The costume is from http://www.buycostumes.com They stock a wide range of costumes! You can follow them on facebook, Twitter and Instagram should you wish to contact them outside of their website.
The contact lenses are from http://www.camoeyes.com The ones I’ve used are the Werewolf Green lenses. Again, follow them on Instagram & Twitter for more images & info!
Today I created this makeup on my brother in-law.
This character is from the computer game ‘Borderlands’ by 2K Games, and the character is called Handsome Jack.
Jack, my model, (same name as the character coincidentally) owns a prop making company and he made the brackets for the forehead and chin. He also put together this fantastic costume, and drew on it so that it resembled that sketchy appearance that Handsome Jack is known for.
Creating the makeup took me around 2 hours in total, but I had never practiced it. So it took me a little while to figure out which products I wanted to use as I went along.
I used Kryolan Supracolor for the base, and Brown & Black eyeshadow to shade and define with.
The tutorial will be go live next week, and is ideal for those of you who enjoy to Cosplay. Or, if you are thinking about going to a fancy dress party or out for Halloween as Handsome Jack!
The contact lenses are from http://camoeyes.com/
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Kicking off October with my first halloween upload of 2014!
My easy Sugar Skull tutorial!
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Here is a preview of another halloween tutorial I’ve filmed.
Halloween tutorials are building up fast!!!
I have my Sugar Skull tutorial going up this week - then this Mad Hatter one will go up on my channel next week!
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Last year I created an Arabian style makeup look on my eye, and I uploaded the image to my social media accounts as well as on here, which proved extremely popular - so I decided to do a tutorial on my channel, recreating the eye makeup. And here it is!
I LOVE these Mink eyelashes that ESQIDO sent me today!
They have a handful of beautiful handcrafted mink eyelashes within their range.
The sets I have been sent are;
I will be using these within some upcoming tutorials!
You can see more of their gorgeous lashes here: www.esqido.com
Further to my last post regarding my ‘lived in’ eyelashes; here is a before and after photo so you can see the difference and what to expect once they’ve been soaked and dried.
I’ve left the glue on them from yesterday so I could stick them back into the casing, then I remove it when I next wear them.
As you can see, they become a little wispy & almost scruffy compared to the pair at the top, which are crisp.
BUT they will most certainly look SO much more natural & real once they are on your eyes. These are the pair I was wearing in the photo previous to this post.
Some of you asked on here and on my Instagram, what product I soak my falsies in; I use hot tap water (not boiling) and Johnson’s Baby shampoo in a small pot.
It’s a great way to remove old glue that’s attached to the lashes.
The glue goes white when it’s been soaked, and peels away so easily.