This look is so cool and really easy to create! Although I wouldn’t suggest it for a night out, you can’t eat and have to drink through a straw! Let’s get started!!
For my face I used the Revlon Colorstay like always and then used the Estee Lauder concealer because this is the highest coverage concealer I have, and I’m covered in blemishes. Then I set that with the Rimmel powder. For my brows I used NYX again, and filled them in quite thick.
For my eyes I used the Morphe 35c palette and sellotape. I covered my whole eye with the dark pink colour, and then used the darkest purple colour on my lid. I love these two colours put together! I also used the dark purple under my eyes too. Then I applied the SOSU lashes in Paris and put on a coat of mascara.
For my contour I used the Makeup Revolution contour kit and the baked highlighter in Golden Lights.
And for the lips I used some dark purple and red eyeshadows to dab onto my lips, making them look really irritated. Then again for the stitches I used a bobble, and I cut them into pieces that will fit on my lips. I then dipped either end into the liquid latex and held it on my lips until it was dry. I repeated this with all the pieces and then used the liquid latex again to press the edges into my skin so they didn’t stick out.
When it was dry I used some powder over the latex so it wasn’t shiny anymore and then used the NYX black eyeliner to draw a little circle around each end of the bobbles. This made it look a bit like the hole that had been sewn in. I used red eyeshadow too to make it look sore and then dabbed on some fake blood around the holes. And because this blood isn’t especially dark I put some black eyeshadow on there too to make it look grim.
And that’s the look finished! I hope you enjoyed this one, it’s quite simple if you’ve got some latex, which you can find anywhere that sells Halloween costumes really. Check out yesterday’s look here, and stay tuned for tomorrow’s!