So here's some looks that look more complicated than they are. Some are a little more advanced, but for the most part they are do-able if you can get your hands on some body paint. So if you're interested in some halloween makeup that looks really cool but not really hard. Here ya go. I will be doing some VERY easy Halloween looks as well in a few days.
In this picture my friend let me turn her into the Corpse Bride from Tim Burton. This was a lot of full but also very time consuming. As you can see it's mostly blue paint. You do have to carve out the cheek bones with black though and use black around the sides of the face and neck to make it seem more hollow. There is quite a bit of shading you have to do as well as making gigantic eyes and drawing on eyebrows. It's best to just look up a picture from the moves and go from there. Make sure that the dark parts of the picture are the areas that you use black on. It does take a lot of product. You will need a blue face paint as well as white and white mascara or something to make sure the lashes blend into the white of the eyes you're drawing on.
This is actually a really easy look, it's a broken doll. It takes black and white face paint and some liner, blush and lipstick. Some lashes too if you have some. So, whole face painted white and powder it down to make it more "porcelain" looking. Two circles of blush on the apples of the cheek. A pale pink or mauve lipstick or liner, matte finish. White eyeliner to put in the water line and black liner to make the eyes look larger. So you're basically drawing in a new lower lash line. Lashes to give those "doll like" lashes. Draw on some brows with liner or a brow pencil what ever you want to do. For the missing piece, I took a black crayon liner and outlined how much I wanted to black out, with out doing the cracks or anything. Then I used black face paint to black out the entire area. If you want to make sure the eyeball stays covered you can get eye patches and glue them onto the area around the eye but since this was just a pic I only closed my eye. Then with liner I made cracks around the missing piece. For the cracks on the other side I just used a small very small amount of liner and wiped the brush off so it went on kinda grey instead of black. I also drew lines on the side of the mouth too to make it more doll like as well. You can use a blue contact if you want, but it doesn't really matter. For this pic I just used an eye color app, since contacts are kinda expensive and my eyes don't like them that much.
This is the a female Mad Hatter that's trying to get her life together lol. Anyway this was actually relatively easy. It's white face paint then orange shadow for the brows and also around the eye socket. White liner and mascara. Some purple and red around the eye socket as well, only focused a bit more on the outer part. Orange liquid lipstick on the lips. I used purple and warm brown to contour. I added peach blush cause she's trying to get it together like we said. Green contacts for the green eyes. I did one pinkish red streak through the front of the hair. One side is pinned back to make it look like the hair is only on one side. You can go full blown mad hatter though if you want. Again just reference Alice in Wonderland from Tim Burton.
I'm from Tennessee. I'm a makeup and skincare lover. I have always enjoyed creating looks but I love to help people with product knowledge and application even more. I've been able to start blogging and do these things I love because God has seen fit to bless me with the opportunity. Thanks for stopping by and visiting with me!