Grotesque Witch Makeup by Zuri FX

Posted by on


Do you really want to know if I’m a good or bad Witch! Heh heh I’m definitely a good goofy witch! Hello all, flew down on my broom to say Witches aren’t always bad, we have happy spells too! Nice Purple Witch! Another design that can go a lot of ways. Find what your inspired to do and create!


Products used:

Witch Nose & Chin Prosthetic

Spirit Gum Adhesive

Liquid Latex

Mehron Paradise 30-Color Palette
 (Purple, Wild Orchid, Violet, Silver, Black)

Tooth Black


Small Round Brush

Black and Blue Eye Shadow


1. I applied my Witch Nose using spirit glue and latex. Adding a little amount just around the nose and chin area. Let dry and with translucent powder apply on sticky areas. Now we just look funny, lets continue...


2. Using Mehron Palette I took a sponge, added some water. with a dabbing motion applied light purple all around the face and neck area. Covering the witch nose and chin as well.


3.Using the Palette I went in with Wild Orchid and dabbed around cheek area with a sponge, just like you would put blush on. Next color I used was Violet to contour with a sponge. I contoured the forehead, lower cheeks, nose, chin, neck, temples. 


4. Okay, now we are looking Scary, even though I'm a good witch!!! I took Black eye shadow and made age lines, and also contoured a little deeper, especially around the eyes and nose. To highlight my face I used Sliver face paint from the same palette, applying it in middle forehead above the eyes, center of my nose, and under eyes.


5. Lastly, using a small round brush for my detailing and black face paint to outline my design. I added more age lines, eyebrows, extended my mouth. Then popped a little blue eye shadow on my eye lids and finally tooth black on a few teeth.



Zuri Fx Johnson, Makeup and Fx Artist, Kids Face painter, Theater Makeup artist.  All levels of makeup she enjoys! Zuri has been a professional makeup artist for nine years. She always wants to enhance your beauty but also turn you into something you couldn't even imagine. 

Thank you for viewing. I hope you enjoyed the Tutorial. More to come


Share this post

← Older Post Newer Post →

Leave a comment

Please note, comments must be approved before they are published.