31 days of halloween, Beauty

Jaw Dropper (19/31)

I’ve really been into the illusion makeup this Halloween and trying to draw lifelike things on myself so I thought I’d try the ‘big mouth’ trend. I wanted a glam eye but then this huge mouth with big teeth at the bottom. Lets get started!

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For my face I started with the L’Oreal Infallible primer all over my face and then I used the white NYX eyeliner to draw where I wanted the outline of the mouth to be. On the normal part of the face I used the Maybelline Fit Me concealer and the Ester Lauder Double Wear foundation. Then I covered the bags under my eyes with the Collection Lasting Perfection concealer. I set all of that with the NYX HD Finishing Powder.

For my brows I used the NYX Tame & Fame Brow pomade and carved them out with the P.Louise Rumour Base.

I then went straight in with the darkest pink shade from the NYX Ultimate Brights palette in my crease and blended it out using the lightest pink shade from the Morphe 35c palette. To deepen the crease further I used the darkest purple shade from the same palette and blended it out. I then cut my crease with the base and applied the most gorgeous pink shimmer from the Juvias Place Magic palette. To finish I applied the YIWU lashes and some mascara and that was the eyes done.

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I then used a thin brush and the black Snazaroo face paint to draw the outline of where I wanted the mouth to go. Using the Smiffys white face paint I then painted where I wanted the teeth to go. I then filled the red of the mouth in with black. For the lips I used a NYX Lip Cream to go around the outside.

Then to give the teeth some definition I shaded them in with some grey eyeshadow and added some blood to the ends with red eyeshadow. I also added a little bit of NYX Liquid Suede in Cherry Skies to look like blood.

And that’s the look finished! I like the effect that this gives and happy with how it turns out!

Stay Spooky!

Sarah

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