Supplies: We recommend Graftobian ProPaint for this design.
- Raven Black
- White Swan
- Crimson Red
- Buttercup Yellow
- Gilded Gold
- Catalina Blue
- Pearl Frost
- Fuzzy Bear Brown
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.
Step 1. Paint a white heart. Enclose the whole face with a hollow heart using White Swan and #6 round brush.
Step 2. Fill the heart. Mix White Swan and Pearl Frost and fill in the heart using a sponge.
Step 3. Outline the heart. With some Fuzzy Bear Brown and a #6 round brush, outline the heart.
Step 4. Paint a crown. Using Gilded Gold and #6 round brush, paint a crown on top of the heart.
Step 5. Fill the crown. With some Crimson Red and a #6 round brush, fill in the crown.
Step 6. Shadow the crown. Shadow the crown using Eggplant and #6 round brush.
Step 7. Highlight the crown. With some White Swan and a #6 round brush, add highlights on the crown.
Step 8. Paint hearts and lines. With a #2 round brush loaded with Crimson Red, paint a downward line starting from the lower eyelid with a heart at the tip.
Step 9. Shadow the hearts and lines. Shadow the line and heart design with some purple and the same brush.
Step 11. Paint the eyelids. Paint a mixture of White Swan and Catalina Blue on the middle of the eyelids. Use a sponge.
Step 13. Create eyeliners. Create eyeliners using #2 round brush and Raven Black.
Step 14. Create eyebrows. Create eyebrows using the same brush and paint.
Step 19. Add definition to other details. Repeat the same procedure on other red-colored designs on the face.
Step 20. Highlight the lips. Paint some dots on the lips using White Swan and #6 round brush. Step 21. Paint the eyelashes. Paint eyelashes using #2 round brush and Raven Black. Step 22. Blush the cheeks. Add blush on the cheeks.
The finished product! Now, start yelling “Off with their heads!”
For more makeup designs for this coming Halloween, check out our website’s Advanced Makeup Designs page.
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