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How To : Blacken Out Your Teeth, Using Eyeliner!

So this is just a quick really handy tutorial, it can be used to blacken out one tooth, or as I used it to create a fang/animal toothed look. Video: . Any questions, let me know! I'll be happy to help.

How To : Look like a broken doll for Halloween

Cover brows with wax or glue stick and concealer that is a lot lighter than your skin). Place some of the much lighter concealer under your eyes. Stroke concealer all over face for an extra layer. Apply full coverage foundation. Set makeup with powder. Use something that'll lo ...more

How To : Create a sexy witch makeup look for Halloween

There's a reason witches are a timeless costume costume choice worn year after year on Halloween. They're sexier than fairy costumes and far more lurid than ketchup bottle costumes. Learn how to turn whatever witch getup you're wearing this Halloween into an unforgettably wic ...more

How To : Create an exposed teeth makeup look for Halloween

This video is a step by step guide for creating exposed teeth makeup . This is loosely based on the Harvey Dent character from Batman: the Dark Knight. * Begin with etching out the shape you want with a darker colored lip liner. * Next you take spirit gum, which is available ...more

How To : Create a Poison Ivy makeup look for Halloween

Jessica Harlow presents a great look for Halloween. She mostly uses eye shadows by "Beauty from Earth" and "Obsessive Compulsive" brands, but thinks it is OK to use colors from any 88 shade shimmery shadow palettes available in the market. -Start off by covering eyebrows using ...more

How To : Create a spiderweb eye makeup look for Halloween

You don't have to wear a costume or a tacky headpiece to look festive on Halloween. Whether you feel like you're too old to dress up or simply want to make your Halloween look more glamorous than in your face this year, this spiderweb eye look is pitch perfect. Add a creepy, ...more

How To : Apply Jack Skellington skull Halloween makeup

In this tutorial, we learn how to apply Jack Skellington skull Halloween makeup. Start off by applying black eyeliner around your eyes on both the top and the bottom in thick lines. From here, draw a circle around the eyes with black paint and then draw a white circle around t ...more

How To : Make Your Own Lipstick at Home (Using Crayons!)

Often, despite your favorite makeup mecca's rows and rows of endless colors, applicators, and brands, it's hard to find the perfect shade of lipstick—especially one at the price you want. Rather than resorting to what's available in stores, turn to your stovetop and a box of c ...more

How To : Make gashes, tears, and scrapes using liquid latex

When it comes to Halloween, you can go all out with your macabre self and have fun being sinister and it'll be totally normal. So instead of settling for cheapo fake scars, bruises, and tears that you buy at Halloween discount stores this time of year, why not make your own? ...more

How To : Create a fiery she devil makeup look for Halloween

Are you completely out of costume ideas, or you just need a makeup look that'll scream what you're dressed up as without needing any representative attire? Then check out this Halloween makeup video to learn how to create a fiery she devil makeup look with Hell-red skin, blood ...more

How To : Make yourself up to look like a scary witch

Go beyond the broomstick and pointy hat! Use the Cinema Secrets special effects prosthetics and makeup collection to make yourself look like a warty, scary witch. This is a perfect way to make an impact with a traditional Halloween costume.

How To : Paint a werewolf face

This simple how to will show you the steps to transform your face from a lovable person on the street to a spooky, scary or downright creepy wolf. Awhoooo werewolf in London! How about a werewolf, or just your regular wolf, right in your own backyard? You'll want a white base ...more

How To : Create a masquerade ball mask with makeup

In this tutorial, we learn how to create a masquerade ball mask with makeup. First, draw the outline of the mask around your eyes. After you do this, paint on light blue eyeshadow in circles around your eyes. Then, take a dark blue color and apply it on the outer edge of the l ...more

How To : Do makeup for black and white photo shoots

Back in the '20s and '30s when all Hollywood cinema - and photographs - were in black and white, actresses had to pile on the makeup. Specifically, heavy contouring of the eyes and cheekbones was important in order for those features to pop out in an otherwise flat photograph, ...more

How To : Apply fairy or princess makeup for Halloween

This video makeup lesson demonstrates a Halloween look for fairy or princess inspired makeup. This look was achieved with the following cosmetic products Bare Minerals foundation, Ben Nye e/s in: Ice, Cosmic Violet, Amethyst, Cosmic Blue, MAC Blue Flame e/s, Revlon Colorstay l ...more

How To : Create a freaky moth makeup look for Halloween

Talk about unconventional Halloween costumes. Forget hot vampires and hot werewolves; it's all about sexy moths this Halloween. But rather than going with cheesy wings and antennae, we're talking deep, sunken eyes with eyebrows that extend out into moth-like wings and black li ...more

How To : Press pigments to repair broken makeup pans

If you're a beauty junkie, you probably go with the "no expense is to be spared" philosophy of purchasing cosmetics. Rather than pick quality or quantity, you go with both. So what happens when a treasured YSL eyeshadow pan accidentally falls to the floor when you're hastily ...more

How To : Make a latex facial prosthetic for Halloween

If you want to create the type of makeup look where the makeup IS the costume for Halloween, then look no further than this video. You'll be guided step by step through creating a facial prosthetic from latex. This prosthetic can be shaped any way you want to form rotting fles ...more

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