Sea Creatures Halloween Makeup by Francesca Marchitelli

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The ocean is something that has always fascinated sailors. It is so vast and full of many mysterious creatures. In this makeup I wanted to represent the depth of the ocean and the mysterious beauty of the creatures it contains.

Step 1

With a wide brush, apply a layer of blue paint evenly on the neck, on the upper part of your chest, and on your jaw up to the height of the chin. I used a metallic blue to get a brighter effect.

Step 2

This step is up to make the texture of the ocean more realistic. With a brush, apply a very light blue  in order to create almost vertical bands. This is to represent the light that filters through the surface. In the lower part, with a thin brush, create some curved lines very freely, which represent the reflection of light on the seabed. With a thin brush and white color, paint the sea foam on the chin and jaw.

Step 3

Draw a blue waterfall which originates in the corner of your left eye and ends up in the sea, almost as if it were a tear. Remember to lighten it with white paint, for a more realistic effect.

Step 4

Paint on your chest some tiny black  fishes, some white bubbles and a whale, with a thin brush. Remember that the lower body part of a humpback whale has a lighter color. For this reason, use a gray paint for that part. Draw a black sailing ship on your cheek, as if it were sailing in the sea. Color the sails gray.

Step 5

Complete your look with blue eyelashes and your makeup is complete!

Products Used:

Cameleon Face Paint in Metallic 
Fusion Body Art Face Paint in Pearl Peacock
Cameleon Face Paint in Baseline Pure White
Cameleon Face Paint in Baseline Strong Black

Sea Creatures Halloween Makeup


Francesca Marchietelli is a professional face painter from Italy. A self-taught artist, Francesca loves the arts, and everything to do with face painting!

Follow her on Instagram to see more of her amazing work!

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