Another Halloween look! This one is of course inspired by the absolute QUEEEN of Hallowen, Mykie from Glam & Gore. I’ve loved this look ever since I saw her do it years ago but never plucked up the courage to do it. It’s also a lot harder to do without fake blood! I had to improvise but lets get started!
I started off with the L’Oreal infallible primer and then I got started on the mouth. It was my first time using the liquid latex I’ve found here in Thailand and it’s called Miracle Paint. They don’t have a clear version though so I bought white and thought I would just cover it with foundation and concealer.
I applied it on the outline of the mouth I wanted to create and then put some tissue paper over the top and covered it with another layer of liquid latex. I did this the whole way round and smoothed down each side to make it blend in better with the skin. I then used the Snazaroo face paint to colour in my lips and what would be underneath the other bits.
I then used the liquid latex and some ripped up cotton pads to create these other bits that are hanging down from my mouth. And then I just let it dry.
For the rest of my face I used the Maybelline Fit Me concealer on my blemishes and the Estee Lauder foundation. For my under eyes and to cover the liquid latex and tissue I used the Collection concealer. On my brows I used the NYX Tame & Fame brow pomade and carved them out with the P.Louise Rumour Base. I then used the Latte shade from the P.Louise palette in my crease and blended it out. In my crease I used the darkest brown from the Morphe 35c palette and blended it out. I then carved out the spotlight with the rumour base and applied the Slay shade from the palette.
I then just applied the dark brown underneath my eyes and blend them out. Then I just applied the YIWU lashes and some mascara.
To finish the mouth I used the red shade from the Morphe 35c palette on a big brush and use it all over the liquid latex. I also did the same with a dark red from the Morphe 35n palette and a black to make some parts darker. And lastly, because I didn’t have any fake blood I mixed a little bit of Ketchup with black face paint to make it deeper and applied it to the liquid latex. It didn’t work that great but oh well!
I hope you like my first SFX makeup look of the 31 Days of Halloween! Let me know what you think!
And don’t forget to check out yesterdays look! Cheshire Cat 2.0 (3/31)