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Icy Evil – Cold Devil Makeup Tutorial

Posted by Ingram Draco on November 9, 2019

Emily Jayne FX brings you a cool Winter Devil makeup, because who’s to say winter doesn’t also have its horrors, and the way she produces this look with a combination of blue, white and black tones, plus a myriad of visual effects, do bring forth a look of devilish qualities about the style that make it a good option to celebrate the chilling winter to come.

She designs a lot of textures and icy effects with the colors she uses, like the way she handles the white around the eyes, adding some star-like details to give the appearance of shine, making it feel like you are looking at a devil formed not from the fires of hell, but from the coldest depths of oblivion.

The best part is that, save for the horns and some touches of glitter to give added shine to the ensemble, everything else you see in the finished look is done just with makeup, which she really makes it look three-dimensional and very much alive. Her Instagram has more devilish delights as well.

Thanks for watching! Hope you like my Icy Devil face & body paint.

In The Tall Grass – An Eerie Excursion To The Unknown

Posted by Ingram Draco on November 9, 2019

Based on Stephen King and Joe Hill’s novel, In The Tall Grass tells the story of Becky (Laysla De Oliveira) and her brother Cal (Avery Whitted), who are on their way to San Diego, when Becky, who is pregnant, starts feeling sick, causing them to stop somewhere in the middle of their journey so she can rest for a bit.

While they are there, they hear a kid calling out to them from inside a field of grass, and since they can’t see him, and the kid is so desperate to get out of there, they decide to assist him, themselves entering the field to show him the way out.

When they enter, they discover, little by little, that the field they are now in is not an ordinary place, and that, for some reason, everyone who enters there is not only trapped there, but is also shifted around within the maze of overgrown grass.

As they look for a way out, they meet Tobin (Will Buie Jr.), the kid that led them there, his dad Ross (Patrick Wilson), his mother Natalie (Rachel Wilson), and even his dog, Freddy. All who are working to find each other, and a way out of the grassy maze.

This is where Travis (Harrison Gilbertson), Becky’s ex-boyfriend and father of her child, arrives at the field of grass a couple of months after Becky and her brother disappeared, and goes into the maze to find them, only to slowly discover that he is now trapped there as well.

Upon his arrival, we learn that the field seems to be a place where time doesn’t really matter, as events from the past, present and future all seem to happen at the same time and out of sequence, and the characters must team up to find a way to both survive, and to get out of that place in one piece.

It is clear that there’s a mysterious force at play, and while the story progresses and it gives you more hints about possible outcomes and solutions, you try to piece everything together, only to realize you have some clues to speculate on certain results of the story, but you don’t really know how they all tie together yet, so you continue immersed in the tale.

In The Tall Grass brings you an amazing feeling because, while your mind tries to solve the puzzle, you realize that every time you get a piece of information that answers a question, the endgame of how they’ll escape the maze is yet to be solved, and you have no clues as to how they’ll make that happen, and you have to sit back and let the narrative continue to guide you through this adventure until it ends, which feels like seeing the winning hand of a highly skilled poker player when the story reaches its conclusion.

Some places have a mind of their own.

A Sweet Skull – Day of the Dead Makeup Tutorial

Posted by Ingram Draco on November 1, 2019

Get your Day of the Dead going with a touch with this makeup style that Beautification By Marta shows you how to recreate. The colors you need are easily accessible for this one, and the technique required, although simple enough to be recreated even if you are not used to adding lots of details to your makeup, works very well to bring forth the illusion that you have become a skull for Dia de los Muertos.

Something that’s particularly interesting about this tutorial is how the white around the face is handled, because with the circles around the eyes and the dots that adorn them, the mouth and the black lines that serve as decorations for the look, the white color on the face is crisp and sharp, which actually creates the effect of it being made of compressed sugar, which of course reminds you that you are not transforming into just any skull, but one with a sweet touch for when its time for trick or treating.

(Con subtitulos en espanol)
Here’s a super easy sugar skull makeup tutorial that anyone can achieve!! You don’t need a lot of products AND it will last ALL NIGHT! Let me know what you think:)

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A Padded Visage – Halloween Makeup Tutorial

Posted by Ingram Draco on October 31, 2019

If you are looking for a unique and spooky style for Halloween, but all the classic creatures and monsters you can think of dressing up as aren’t doing the trick at all, then you are in luck, because Samaro has a makeup tutorial for you that will leave you wide-eyed with how terrific it is.

The style she creates on this Halloween makeup tutorial is simple but impactful, because she uses red lines and rigid collodion to give the impression of depth and padding to the skin, and then she proceeds to adorn the face with several different tones that give it the appearance of having a greater depth, and she further enhances the effect with adhesive gems in the areas where the lines intersect, making them look as if they were actual strings that were carefully applied to the face by a twisted being that wished to create a quilted ornament of pain.

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Quilted
Inspired by @maddisonpower.fx
Mac Cosmetics Chromagraphic Pencil “Basic Red”
Kryolan Collodium, Shimmering Event Foundation “Silver” and F/X Blood “Dark”
Nyx Cosmetics Jumbo Pencil “Cottage Cheese”
Maybelline Great Lash Mascara
Jeffree Star Cosmetics Velour Liquid Lipstick “Designer Blood”
Urban Decay Cosmetics Vice 2 Palette “Rewind” and Alice In Wonderland Palette “Chessboard”
Hobby Craft Adhesive Gems
Bella Hair Lashes

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Tears Of Horror – Halloween Makeup Tutorial

Posted by Ingram Draco on October 22, 2019

This tutorial is something truly special, because the transformation that Madalyn Cline goes through when creating this look of La Llorona is full of remarkable details that will have you running for your palettes so you can recreate it and have it more than ready for Halloween. I especially liked how you could see the creepiness of the character slowly build up before your eyes, not just because of the makeup, but because of the contacts that give the character a soulless look, and make it seem as if La Llorona was staring at you with the full coldness of hell in her gaze.

What makes this look work so well is the attention to the subtle features of the character, like how Madalyn Cline starts by letting some black makeup slightly smear across her face before she highlights it to create the effect of tears running down her face, which is something key in La Llorona’s appearance.

Something else that I was completely surprised by is the fact that she goes the extra mile with his makeup style and actually incorporates tooth lacquer and black paint on the tongue to produce a monstrous and decaying effect that comes to life incredibly well once the whole look is completed.

Heya Spooks!! For todays Halloween Makeup Tutorial I decided to turn myself into La Llorona– the spoopy moist queen😈👻
This look is actually really easy to do and is perfect for any spooky occasion, ~especially~ late night Taco Bell runs 😉

♈︎ 𝐅𝐨𝐥𝐥𝐨𝐰 𝐦𝐞 𝐨𝐧 𝐒𝐨𝐜𝐢𝐚𝐥 𝐌𝐞𝐝𝐢𝐚! ♈

▶ 𝕀𝕟𝕤𝕥𝕒𝕘𝕣𝕒𝕞: @MadalynCline https://www.instagram.com/madalyncline/
▶ 𝕋𝕨𝕚𝕥𝕥𝕖𝕣: @Madalyn_Cline https://twitter.com/madalyn_cline

Tears Of Horror – Halloween Makeup Tutorial

Posted by Ingram Draco on October 22, 2019

This tutorial is something truly special, because the transformation that Madalyn Cline goes through when creating this look of La Llorona is full of remarkable details that will have you running for your palettes so you can recreate it and have it more than ready for Halloween. I especially liked how you could see the creepiness of the character slowly build up before your eyes, not just because of the makeup, but because of the contacts that give the character a soulless look, and make it seem as if La Llorona was staring at you with the full coldness of hell in her gaze.

What makes this look work so well is the attention to the subtle features of the character, like how Madalyn Cline starts by letting some black makeup slightly smear across her face before she highlights it to create the effect of tears running down her face, which is something key in La Llorona’s appearance.

Something else that I was completely surprised by is the fact that she goes the extra mile with his makeup style and actually incorporates tooth lacquer and black paint on the tongue to produce a monstrous and decaying effect that comes to life incredibly well once the whole look is completed.

Heya Spooks!! For todays Halloween Makeup Tutorial I decided to turn myself into La Llorona– the spoopy moist queen😈👻
This look is actually really easy to do and is perfect for any spooky occasion, ~especially~ late night Taco Bell runs 😉

♈︎ 𝐅𝐨𝐥𝐥𝐨𝐰 𝐦𝐞 𝐨𝐧 𝐒𝐨𝐜𝐢𝐚𝐥 𝐌𝐞𝐝𝐢𝐚! ♈

▶ 𝕀𝕟𝕤𝕥𝕒𝕘𝕣𝕒𝕞: @MadalynCline https://www.instagram.com/madalyncline/
▶ 𝕋𝕨𝕚𝕥𝕥𝕖𝕣: @Madalyn_Cline https://twitter.com/madalyn_cline

The Art Of The Creepy – Halloween Makeup Tutorial

Posted by Ingram Draco on October 21, 2019

As you know, I consider clowns to have the uncanny ability to generate instant unease, and this style superbly helps realize the full creepy potential of the look, which is why I’m unequivocally amazed with this remarkable Halloween makeup tutorial by Pinkstylist.

This makeup puts together both expertly-crafted details and subtlety, like in the case of the eyes, where you can only see a touch of red to bring out their shape and center your attention on the hollow look of the crystalized eyes that can send shivers down your spine the more you stare, and you can’t help but stare.

The next component of this clown makeup is one that I found stunning, and that is the wrinkles and smile lines that give the huge mouth a three-dimensional appearance, as if you were staring at genuine skin being stretched by an oversized grin, and not just makeup. This all put together creates a style that I consider to be THE look to go for if you want to impress people this Halloween.

A HD Halloween Makeup Tutorial for a scary clown? It must nearly be Halloween! YAY SPOOPY TIME!

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• Products used in this tutorial:
Prostick
Latex Bald Cap
Liquid Latex
Superstar Fake Stage Blood
Cameleon Water Colours in Blood Red, Black and White
Makeup forever Creams in: Black, Brown and Blue
Spirit Gum
Small styrofoam ball
Kryolan Faceliner Pencil in Black
Superstar water colours in: Peach and Ivory

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A Reanimated Bride – Halloween Makeup Tutorial

Posted by Ingram Draco on October 21, 2019

Nelliel Lynn has got a great option for you if you want to try a more classical and glamorous look for Halloween, because she has prepared a magnificent Bride of Frankenstein makeup style where she goes for black eyeliner and wings the eyeshadow to bring out the eyes, and she applies a silvery finish with highlights in the middle of the eye to contrast with the dark tones around the lid, and she also adds some spooky features that maintain the beauty of the look, while at the same time they preserve the illusion that this bride is someone constructed from various body parts to create the perfect mate for Frankenstein’s monster.

For the rest of the effect, she keeps the heaviest stitching on the neck area to give the impression that this Halloween character was actually built combining different body parts, but on the face she keeps the stitching subtle, which works well by not overpowering the style or making it seem like a jigsaw puzzle, and goes for a more realistic approach to how the character could look like in our time.

It’s Alive ! The Bride of Frankenstein #31daysofhalloweenmakeup #31nightsofhalloween #31daysofhalloween #100daysofmakeupchallenge .
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Products:
@tatcha silk skin perfecting primer
@lagirlcosmetics pro matte concealer and pro matte foundation
@maybelline shine free loose powder
@iwantjessesgirl contour kit
@w7makeupuk Spaced Out Pallet
@mellowcosmetics gel liner
@nyxcosmetics liquid catsuit in the shade “Get Some Booze”
@officialsnazaroo face paint
@camoeyes contacts in “white out “

Ancient Mystical Enchantment – Halloween Makeup Tutorial

Posted by Ingram Draco on October 20, 2019

Prepare to be entranced by this marvelous makeup tutorial by Taylor Bee, where you can see how she creates a special Halloween look that’s inspired by The Mummy and Enchantress from Suicide Squad, and it does seem to bring with it an extraordinary sensation of supernatural power with each brushstroke as the look comes together.

The metallic color that adorns the eyeshadow is fantastic, and Taylor Bee tops it off with little silver dots around the eyes that emphasize them and make them appear almost magical. Add to that the ancient-looking text lines that she writes across her face, and the shiny finish she gives to her lips with an effect that plays with highlights, and you can stare in awe at how she created the look of a character that’s both knowledgeable about all the secrets of the universe and in command of mystical forces beyond our understanding as mere mortals.

This video is about a halloween makeup tutorial, inspired by The mummy, suicide squad ENCHANTRESS and a milk1422 face chart! THANKS FOR WATCHING !!
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Creepy Doll Tiffany Halloween Makeup Tutorial

Posted by Ingram Draco on October 18, 2019

Want something glamorous and memorable for Halloween?

Well, you are in luck, because Sydney Nicole is here with a gorgeous Bride of Chucky makeup tutorial that actually manages to create the doll-like finish this character demands because of its origin, and at the same time, it retains the intensity on the eyes that reminds you that you are not dealing with a harmless creature, but a devilish doll out to get you.

Needless to say, this look could quickly become a classic, as it is not only fantastic to look at, but with Sydney Nicole’s spot-on instructions, it is incredibly easy to recreate, so you’ll be able to sport this Tiffany look in all its scary, glamourous and timeless splendor for your next Halloween party, or maybe new year’s, or any other event that gives you an excuse to flourish this amazing style.

Barbie, eat your heart out 🔪 For the first day of Spooktober, I bring you one of our favorite goth ghouls: Tiffany from Bride of Chucky.
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PRODUCT DETAILS:

Face –
NYX Professional Makeup Pore Filler Primer
Kat Von D Beauty Lock-It Foundation and Shade + Light Contour Palette
Too Faced Born This Way Concealer
Huda Beauty Easy Bake Powder
Sigma Beauty Sculpt Contour Palette

Eyes –
Urban Decay “Eden” Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer
Violet Voss Pro Palette
Kat Von D Beauty Basket Case Liner
Smashbox Super Fan Mascara

Brows –
Elmer’s glue stick
Huda “Cupcake” Easy Bake Powder
NYX Professional Makeup Color Correcting Palette
Kat Von D Beauty Super Brow Pomade in “Dark Brown”

Lips –
Anastasia Beverly Hills Liquid Lipstick in “Potion” and “Trust Issues”

Paint –
Ben Nye MagiCake Paint in “Red”