Bring out your dark side with this creepy fallen Angel make-up.
The chunky glitter and red lips add a sexy edge, you're sure to stand out from the crowd at any Halloween party!
Angel Wings Bling By Manuela Cason
Begin by applying a base coat of Diamond FX white to the face and chest area, using a Kabuki Brush by Mehron.
Next use a powder puff to apply the translucent powder over the white base, remove excess powder with a brush.
Mark out the shape of the wings around eyes using a black powder by Elisa Griffith.
Use a short angled 1/2 flat brush and Magpie one stroke to paint feathers coming down to the cheekbones.
Outline the top of the wings / eyebrow area, coming down the nose to a point using Diamond FX black and Loew Cornell round number 3 brush.
Paint eyelids with Diamond FX White and Mark Reid round number 4 brush. Then shade the edges with a black powder to create depth.
Paint red circles on each eyelid, then outline and paint pupils with a number 3 round brush. I also used this brush to paint the lower lashes in.
Use the same number 3 brush to paint the necklace. I researched witchcraft symbols so that the necklace looks authentic.
Add gold and purple glitter to the edges of the wings, coming down to the cheekbones.
Use Mark Reid round number 6 and red paint for the lips.
To complete the look, I added some Angel wings bling, which you can purchase from Manuela Cason.
I hope you find this blog helpful, and enjoy recreating this look. More to come very soon!
My name is Caroline Healy I set up Carolines facepainting in Essex, UK around three years ago, and since then it has gone from strength to strength! My favourite make-up styles is gory, so I was really excited to be asked to do some blogs for HalloweenMake-up.com.
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