Once a year, everyone reverts back to childhood and celebrate Halloween. Have you decided who to be this season? You only got a few weeks to decide. If not, I got you covered. This Halloween makeup tutorial is so easy to do, you’ll be done in 10 minutes!
There are many ways in which you can celebrate Halloween. Well, as a mother to my awesome kids, I always make sure they become who they want to be – a vampire, a witch, or even a Disney princess. However, I don’t let them get all the fun because I join them too, not necessarily through costumes. I do things differently – makeup!
Wednesday Addams | Halloween Makeup Tutorial
Wednesday Addams is probably the creepiest and at the same time, the cutest person you can be this Halloween. She’s a 7-year old girl who loves taking care of spiders and is fascinated with death and the macabre. What’s more, her makeup look is so easy to mimic, you don’t have to worry about last-minute preparations.
Well, this Halloween, I decided to join my kids trick or treating and I want to be Wednesday Addams. You just need a set of amazing makeup and good skills to nail this look. This easy Halloween makeup tutorial is perfect for those who wants an easy spooky look.
Products Used For This Halloween Makeup Tutorial
- Urban Decay Naked Palette 1
- Urban Decay Primer Potion
- Black Eyeliner
- Darling Eyelashes from the House of Eyelashes
- Black Body Paint
- Any Bronzer
- Wig (Optional)
Step 1: Apply Primer To Your Eyelids
Prep your eyelids by applying a primer. Using the Urban Decay Primer Potion, rub it onto your eyelids. This will help minimize the appearance of pores, fine lines and improve the longevity of your makeup.
Step 2: Fill In Your Brows With A Black Liner
If you don’t have natural black brows, use a basic eyeliner pencil to fill it in. Wednesday Addams has rich and dark eyebrows, so we want to copy it to fully nail this spooky look.
Step 3: Apply Eyeshadow
Using Urban Decay Naked Palette 1, apply the color “Naked” to your crease and near the inner corner of your eyes. To highlight, use the color “Virgin” and again, apply the “Naked” color to your lids and underneath the eyes focusing on the inner corner. Going back to the crease, apply the color “Buff” from the same palette for a darker look. It’s important to focus on the eyes since you need to make sure you’ll look as if you never slept.
Step 4: Apply Eyeliner
To further emphasize your eyes, make sure to use a liquid eyeliner. If you can create a cat eye look, it would be better. Practice is needed to nail this part of the tutorial. To learn more about using a liquid eyeliner, here are tutorials for you.
Step 5: Apply Black Eyeshadow On The Lower Lash Line
With the use of an angle brush, use a black eyeshadow and apply it on the lower lash line. Make sure to blend it well to create a darker eye bag effect.
Step 6: Apply Mascara
Next, apply mascara to the top and bottom eyelashes. This will make your eyes look darker.
Step 7: Apply Lipstick
Wednesday Addams is well-known for her gothic and dark lips. If you don’t have a black lipstick, you can use a black body paint.
Step 8: Contour Your Face
To mimic the look of Wednesday, apply a little bronzer just underneath your cheekbones. Other than that, make sure your face is pale.
Step 9: Add False Eyelashes
For this look, add false eyelashes only to your lower lashes. This will help you truly copy this Halloween look.
Step 10: Add False Widows Peak
If your wig doesn’t have a widow’s peak, you can do it yourself using a black body paint and draw a triangle on your forehead. Make sure you perfectly match the color of the widow’s peak with the wig.
And you’re done!
Remember not to smile to totally rock this look!
This Halloween makeup tutorial is perfect this season. For the full tutorial, here’s the video by Madeyewlook Twice:
This look will definitely scare other people out, especially if you won’t smile and look creepy. So, if you’re still not decided who to be on your Halloween party, this look is definitely something new.
What do you think of this Halloween makeup tutorial? I really hope you loved this tutorial and try it this season. Let me know in the Comments section below. Here is another makeup tutorial for you to try.