Happy December Beauty Lovers!
I’ve been a busy bee and am a little behind on showing you how my Halloween went. This year, I was inspired by Rick Baker’s version of the bride of Frankenstein. I’ve been the B.O.F. before, so I whipped out my handy-dandy wig and freshened up this dead look for 2013.
Here’s an image of Rick Baker’s monster
I kept it pretty much the same but added a vibrant green and glitter to the eyes. I also gave my top lip a “widow’s peak.” What do you think?
I covered the tail ends of my eyebrows by running a glue stick back and forth. I repeated the glue stick layers about three times, then scooped out full coverage concealer (MAC’s Studio Finish works great) and spackled it on with a spatula to smooth over the hairs. I topped them off with translucent powder to set the makeup (Makeup For Ever HD Powder works well.)
I applied a foundation that was a few shades lighter than me all the way down to my chest, set it with a translucent powder, then highlighted areas with white eyeshadow (MAC White Pigment is a good one.) I used an ashy grey-brown blush to contour the hollows of my collarbone, cheek bones and nose (MAC Taupe Blush is the bomb.)
Stitches and screws were created with burgundy and white eye pencils (MAC Foxy Lady and NYX Jumbo liner in Milk) and Wet N Wild Waterproof liquid liner.
Here’s a shot of me in the car, so you can see how tall my B.O.F. wig is! I almost had to open the sunroof, ha ha.
Have you ever been the Bride of Frankenstein? If so, I’d love to see your looks. Find me on Instagram! Username: LeadingLadyC
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Hi peeps! Here is the last of my Halloween costume looks for this year. I thought with all the zombie shows taking off on television, it would only be appropriate to bring to you an undead makeup look. There are a LOT of variations on zombies, so I thought I would show you how to do the quickest and easiest version of this monster.
If you’re going to be a zombie for Halloween, you really have to commit. No zombie is complete without wounds and fake blood. Cinema Secrets has a location in Burbank (and a great website online if you don’t live in So CaL) where you can find everything you need to be a zombie for a decent price. What’s great about Cinema Secrets is that they sell everything in small amounts, keeping the price down. This way, you aren’t stuck with a ton of product you’ll never use again.
Below is a full list of the products I used. Have fun!
Cinema Secrets Face Cream in Forensic Green
Ben Nye Nose & Scar Wax
Woochie Glass Attack Kit
Woochie .38 Exit Appliance Latex
Cinema Secrets Blood Gel
Cinema Secrets Spirit Gum
Cinema Secrets Flesh Latex
MAC Paintstick in Nocturnal Plum
MAC Eyeliner in Foxy Lady
MAC Eyeshadows in: Hepcat, Swimming, Velvet Moss, Femme Noir, Shadowy Lady.
It’s my favorite time of year: Halloween is near! I just couldn’t wait any longer so I am stoked to bring to you the first costume look of the season which is a Mermaid. I was a mermaid a few years ago but I wanted to amp up the look I did. What do you think?
I went all out and created fish scales on my face, hand and elbow using latex and cellophane. If you would like to recreate this look (or just curious how I did it) please watch the tutorial below! SIDE NOTE: If you are recreating this look download the Michael’s app for tons of discounted coupons. Just show the cashier your phone and they can scan the coupons!
DISCLAIMER: If you have sensitive skin, I would not advise you to do this look. Liquid latex and lash glue tend to freak sensitive skin out. It’s best to try a small amount of them on your hand first to see if you have a reaction.
All MAC eyeshadows, Urban Decay eye primer and NYX chubby pencils
Naimie’s fantasy lashes
Ariel’s seahorse, starfish and rhinestones from Michaels
Adhesive pearls from Michaels
Cinema Secrets Flesh Latex
Lime Crime D’Lilac lipstick
Blue iridescent cellophane and big hole puncher from Michaels
It’s that time of year again! Halloween is just around the corner and it’s a great excuse to slap on glitter and false eye lashes or fake blood and scars and have a fun night out. Every year I create looks for my readers/viewers to wear for Halloween. I’m currently working on three SpOOky makeup looks to bring you this year. In the meantime, I thought I’d bring to you some oldies but goodies:
Dio De Los Muertos
This is a girly, glittery take on the ever traditional Dio de Los Muertos mask. What’s great about this costume look is that you can wear it with just about anything in your closet. I suggest a long black skirt and a red or black lace top!
Vampire- Booo I lost my photos for this!
This look isn’t your average Twilight vamp. It’s a take on the classic fangs-and-widows-peak variety. This video was probably the most fun I’ve had filming. I love the eye shadows I used in the video: MAC’s Blue-brown pigment is a must for everyone- it looks beautiful on every skin tone and jazzes up your smoky eye look.
Ok, this particular video wasn’t meant for Halloween, but I did notice quite a few KP’s out for Halloween last year so I wanted to include this in the roundup. This is a super pretty makeup that includes wacky blue eyebrows and a matching wig. Be a true California Gurl with this look!