Here is a simple and easy Fallen Angel makeup look if you want to do an uncommon Halloween look!
- Red Face Paint
- Black Face Paint
- Beauty Blender
- Light Red Eyeshadow
- Medium Red Eyeshadow
- Brown Eyeshadow
- Liquid Eyeliner
- Black Eyeshadow
- Dark Red Lipstick
- Fluffy blush brush
- Angled eyeliner brush
- Base Primer
- Kryolan TV Paint Stick Foundation
Step one: Prep your face with a base primer (like you would with a face lotion) and apply your foundation. The best way to put on your foundation is on your forehead, chin, cheeks and then the nose. Then blend the foundation out with beauty blender or sponge. Make sure to blend it out fully so you don't have any splotches.
Step two: Take your red facepaint with a wet beauty blender and apply the red facepaint to your forehead area and blend out until even coverage.
Step three: Take your 3 Lime Crime shades (or light red, darker red, and even darker red) and contour your forehead, cheeks, and jawline.
Step four: Take your 3 shades and place them on your neck. First, apply the light red shade and bring it down towards your shoulder blades, then take your 2nd darkest color and blend it half way down your neck. Lastly, apply the darkest shade and only apply that to 1/3 of your neck area. This will give your neck makeup gradient.
Step Five: Take a dark brown shade (Icon) and go over the areas you contoured to give it more depth. So your cheekbones, upper forehead, and the top of the neck.
Step Six: Take your small blending brush and put shadow in the inner corner, outer corner and bottom lash line, while leaving the middle area free of color. Also, take your small angled brush and fill in your brows any way you want.
Step Seven: Take your eyeliner and do a winged liner on your eye, then apply the Lime Crime lipstick.
Step Eight: Take a small brush with black facepaint paint and make thin lines on the bottom lash line. To make the tear effect, take your paintbrush and dip it into the water again and make sure there is a lot of extra water on it. Then take the paintbrush and press it onto the black lines under the lash line and allow the water to make the paint drip down on the face.
Then finish up with any accessories or wig! Happy Halloween everyone!
Grimm has always loved the artistic things in life, having a certification from Faces Etc of Mn they have learned to love the makeup field in every way.
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