This look was originally done by Youtuber Goldiestarling, after watching her video I had to try this freaky look. Look up Voodoo Doll by Goldiestarling for her amazing step by step. You will need
You all know you have used this filter, and secretly wanted to be able to walk around looking this highlighted all the time. Well for one date you can October 31. Throw together highlighter, winged eyeliner,gold glitter and a butterfly headband and you have yourself a snapchat filter.
This Halloween a cold front is coming your way. With dropping temperatures and a frost warning in effect.
To begin do your foundation base as normal and set with powder.
For the eye's use white eyeshadow all over as a base, then use a black shadow lightly in the crease for depth. As you blend it will soften down to a grey. For added light I used NYX eyeshadow stick in "milk" on the centre lid and waterline. For the Inner corner I went in with MAC's " Crystal Avalanche"
For an added bonus you can wear sparkly silver lashes like I did. They reminded me of ice, I found them in the eyelash section of the halloween display, in with all the feather lashes etc.
For the frost effect I started with mapping out the design with NYX eye pencil in "milk". I started filling in the shape with the white and blending it out with my fingers.
Next was adding some definition with metallic silver. For this I used Buxom " Pure Platinum" eyeshadow to create two toned frost.
Once the silver was in place, I used white face paint with a small brush to draw on the snowflakes. Using different size snowflakes, just made it more interesting in my eyes. In between the snowflakes, add white dots to fill some spaces.
For the centre of each snowflake I placed a Swarovski Crystal, to add some extra shine. Replicating how snow glistens in the light. I found this at the Toronto Spa Show. I applied then with duo lash glue. If you can't find Swarovski Crystals, rhinestones would work just as well. At the dollar store in the craft section you can find those rhinestone stickers that stay on the skin. For the large snowflake around my eye I placed them on the end of the flakes.
Last but not least the lips I kept sheer, with a frosted finish gloss. This look is super easy to achieve and can have props in the costume to make it even more chilling.
This is not your basic Minnie Mouse your inner child knows and loves. This is a Minnie that went on a killing spree, than came home to Mickey Mouse like nothing happened.
This was my first time using liquid latex as a medium. I never took the SPFX makeup coarse in college, only the basic makeup. Bare with my it was new to me (self taught), building this from tissues.
What you will need is liquid latex, tissues, facepaint, liquid blood, scab blood, eyeliner and red lipstick.
For the slashes I layed a thin layer of liquid latex in the area that I wanted. With a tissue pull it apart so you have a thin single sheet. place that over the latex, smoothing it out as you go. Rip away the excess tissue so it's only covering where you put the latex. Apply latex over the first tissue, then layer another thin piece of tissue over that one. Keep doing this till your about 5-6 layers in. Cover this in your skintone foundation to match your face
Once the final layer is dry start pulling from the middle in the shape of the slash that you want. As you lift up you will expose your normal skin underneath and have the tissue pulled up to look like skin peeling away
Now the fun part begins, use red facepaint, shadows and lipsticks to add varying colours of red in and around the gashes. Apply liquid blood around the outside and scab blood right in the centre of the cuts. You can also use black shadow to create depth.
For the eyes I kept it 1950's classic with a winged eyeliner, only adding scab blood under the eyes to look like scratches of a mouse
For the lips I used a bright red lipstick, and white facepaint to give them a cartoon look. On the nose was black eyeliner, set with black eyeshadow and white facepaint to mimic the cartoon look.
Add a pair of ears and you have yourself a killer Minnie Mouse. Make it a couples costume by dressing your better half as an equally gory Mickey Mouse. Carry a fake gun and you could be the Disney Bonnie and Clyde.
This years halloween choices are endless, though we all know the Joker and Harley Quinn will dominant. Let's begin with the infamous Mr.J, Jared Leto brought a very serious side to this character, with the dark makeup to match.
All your going to need is green hairspray, super light foundation, black eyeliner, maroon and black eyeshadow and dark red lipstick. Throw all that together with patience and you will have yourself a joker. The most challenging part of this look is writing damaged on your forehead and the HAHA's, you will see everything backwards in the mirror. You can tell mine needs help, but for doing this look at 11:00pm I let it go.
First step is pinning your hair up so it's shorter, or slicking it back with gel. Use the green hairspray generously to cover your hair, I bought mine from Party City for $4.99 CAN. Use a makeup wipe to clean up the excess on the forehead.
Next prime your eyes and apply black eyeshadow all over the lid and smoke it out, apply a cranberry maroon shade in the crease and continue to smoke it out. Follow the same steps on the lower lash line. I used the Smashbox Cherry Smoke Pallet. I also used green eyeshadow on my brows to fill them, was not prepared to put glue on my brows to block them out.
Apply the lightest shade of foundation you can find, apply it on your entire face, neck and chest. I used Lo'real True match in the lightest shade I had. Then I set everything with Translucent powder.
For the Tattoos I used an eyeliner pen and did the best I could writing out damaged and sketching out the J and HAHA'S. This is the most time consuming. Also use the eyeliner to draw the marks/ scars that he had on his face.
For the lips I took a medium red lipstick, then with a black eyeliner I outlined the lips blending the two together to create that lip colour. I suggest investing in the grill teeth if your using this costume to go out. I was not however so I used aluminum foil and shaped it too my teeth. Not the most comfortable but it got the look across.
For the total wild card Haley Quinn it was very similar to the Joker for products. Margot Robbie made this character fun and insane. She was hands down my friend and I's favourite aspect of the movie.
For the hair it's easier to buy the wigs at the costume shops, but being I did this on a whim I used washable face paint on my tips and threw my hair in pigtails
For the foundation it's the same as the Joker, super light to get that bleached skin look.
The eyes are debatable, I see plenty of people using red eyeshadow. When I look at the pictures of Margot Robbie I see pink. For my recreation I used pink eyeshadow and deep blue to match the hair. Apply this as messy as possible and smear it down your face.
For her Tattoos of the heart and rotten I used the same black eyeliner marker as I did with the Joker. Making sure I placed them on the same side as they are in the Film.
I kept my brows a natural colour, Harley did not have crazy eyebrows
Finnish off with a fire engine red lipstick, mine was Clinque and you have got yourself a crazy Harleen Quinzel