#HQscare: 3 Halloween Makeup Tutorials 2018 You’re Going To Want To Try…

#HQscare: 3 Halloween Makeup Tutorials 2018 You’re Going To Want To Try…

Makeup lovers, rejoice! The most wonderful time of the year is right around the corner. Whilst it’s no easy feat deciding upon a costume (see Best Celebrity Halloween Costumes for inspiration), it’s even harder nailing that all important Halloween makeup look. We’ve teamed up with Illamasqua to bring you 3 Halloween makeup tutorials you’re going to want to try this All Hallow’s Eve.

Best Halloween Makeup Tutorials

Blood Tears

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What You Will Need: Illamasqua Creative Colouring Pencil, Daemon Powder Eyeshadow, Blending Brush, Berber Pure Pigment, Sealing Gel and Fine Liner Brush.

  1. Sketch Creative Pencil over eyelid & line bottom lash line. Blend.
  2. Buff Daemon Eyeshadow over the blended pencil to set.
  3. Press Berber through centre of lid.
  4. Mix 1-2 drops of Sealing Gel to Berber Pigment.
  5. Line underneath the bottom lashes making sure to avoid waterline.
  6. Paint in a dripping blood tear shape from inner corner of the eye.

Corpse Mouth

What You Will Need: Illamasqua Eclipse Lipstick, Intrigue Blusher, Fine Liner Brush, Infinity Precision Gel and Round Buffing Brush.

  1. Buff Eclipse Lipstick all over mouth area and set with Intrigue Blusher for an opaque white finish.
  2. Using Illamasqua Precision Ink Liner, paint a fine horizontal line from the corners of each side of the lips resulting in a widened mouth effect.
  3. Paint a fine vertical line through the center of the top and bottom lip
  4. Echo these fine vertical lines along each side of the mouth
  5. Line the inner top and bottom lip area with Infinity Liner.

Translucent Skin & Veins

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What You Will Need: Illamasqua Skin Base 02, Loose Powder 010, Debonaire Pencil, Severity Colouring Pencil and Lip Brush.

  1. Polish Skin Base 02 all over skin to create a pale and translucent finish.
  2. Using a sharpened Navy Colouring Pencil, gently trace a faint line in the shape of a vein across the cheek. Branch off with additional veins ensuring you use a light pressure.
  3. Deepen parts of your lines with Severity Colouring Pencil.
  4. Follow through your lines with a clean Lip Brush to soften the veins into the skin.
  5. Set with Loose Powder 010.