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.