Thursday, October 24, 2013

Skeleton Makeup Design

Last year, I did a Day of the Dead makeup look for Halloween, and this year I decided to try my hand at a fashionable skull makeup design. I came across this photo online and immediately fell in love with the creepy, sexy vibe, so I wanted to try it myself.
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(photo via Skullspiration)

I picked up these fantasy makeup palettes from Walgreens---can you believe they only cost $3 each?! The label mentioned that this makeup was not to be used on the eye or lip area, but I didn't think it would be a big deal because I wouldn't be wearing it for long. No problems here!
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You can't see my nails in the photos, but I'm wearing these skull decals by Sinful colors ($2 from Walgreens).
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Here is the final look:
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These are a few (raw) step-by-step photos taken with my phone. Even though this look cost a few dollars, I already had items in my house that helped achieve this design. Items such as: makeup wedges, q-tips, makeup remover/makeup remover wipes and plenty of makeup brushes. 
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