Blacklight Pop Art Halloween Makeup Video Tutorial

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Blacklight Pop ArtThe “pop art” art movement emerged during the 50’s which paved way to a very unique and enticing kind of art and design. Surely, it would look good as a face paint design for Halloween!

Supplies: 

We recommend Graftobian ProPaint Metallic/Neon Palette for this design.

You may also get all the face paint colors used in this tutorial in one kit. Choose from either the Graftobian Makeup Kit or the Diamond FX Makeup Kit.

Tools:

Tips: Always start with a clean face. Make sure that all paints, tools and the work area are all clean. Prepare everything you need before you start.

Let’s paint! 

Step 1. Create the base. Load your sponge with Electric Yellow and apply generously on the whole face.

Create the base. Step 2. Put on the lipstick. Paint the lips with Shocking Pink with your #6 round brush.

Put on the lipstickStep 3. Create eye shadows. With your sponge, cover the eyelids with Radioactive Green.

Create eye shadows. Step 4. Draw eyeliners. Draw eyeliners along the lower eyelids with the same paint, Radioactive Green, and with your #6 round brush.

Draw eyeliners. Step 5.  Paint the polkadots. Dip a cotton swab on Atomic Orange and use it as a “brush” to put dots all over the yellow base. This will give it that Pop Art feel to the design.

Paint the polkadots. Step 6. Draw the details. Using your #1 round brush and Raven Black paint, draw the various details on the design such as eyelashes, eyebrows and shadowing on the nose, cheekbones and chin.

Draw the details.Step 7. Outline the hairline. To outline the hairline, use your #6 round brush and some Raven Black paint.

Outline the hairline. Step 8. Highlight the hair. Put some highlights to the hair by using a sponge with some Shocking Pink.

Highlight the hair. Step 9. More highlights to the hair. Add more highlights to the hair. This time with Electric Yellow.

More highlights to the hair. Step 10. Outline the hair streak. Paint the hair streak with Raven Black. Use a #6 round brush.

Outline the hairstreak.   The finished product! 

Under Normal Lighting                                      Under the Blacklight

Under normal lightingUnder the blacklight


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