31 days of halloween, Beauty

Dead Men Tell No Tales (7/31)

This look is inspired by the stunning Miranda! Her looks are insane and she’s created so many amazing looks! If you haven’t already be sure to check her out. I absolutely love the Pirates of the Carribean franchise and was so excited to try out this look!

(Disclaimer- The lighting and eye has been edited but the makeup hasn’t been changed)

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First I started off with the L’Oreal Infallible primer on my whole face and then used the Maybelline Fit Me concealer on my blemishes. I then used the NYX white eyeliner to draw where I wanted the skull to be. I then used the Estee Lauder foundation on the side without the skull. I then set it with the NYX HD Finishing Powder.

I worked on the normal side of my face first. For my brow I used the NYX Fame & Tame brow pomade and then carved out my brow with the P.Louise Rumour Base. For a simple eye look I used the P.Louise palette in the shade… to start with in my crease and blended it up toward my brow. I then used the shade… to deepen my crease. And that’s all I did, I then applied the YIWU lashes and some mascara.

I then used the Makeup Revolution Baked Bronzer in Ready To Go on my cheeks and the Makeup Revolution Baked Highlighter in Golden Lights.

For the skull side I painted the whole side with Snazaroo black face paint. I then used a gold Fas face paint to start painting the detail. I drew around the eye and along the nose and forehead. I then drew the rest of the detail in and around the jaw. Then I used the Smiffys white face paint to draw on the few teeth on the jaw and added a few details on the face. I then painted a few of the teeth in gold and used red eyeshadow to colour one of the teeth in.

And finally to make it look like I was pulling my skin I used a brown shade from the Morphe 35n palette to create the creases around the skull.

And that’s the look finished! I love how this turned out!

If you haven’t already, check out yesterdays look! Pixie of the Forest (6/31)

Stay Spooky!

Sarah

1 thought on “Dead Men Tell No Tales (7/31)”

  1. Pingback: Mystique (8/31)

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