Let your ingenuity shine through by creating just about any color makeup to go with your smashing Halloween costume.
Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, was created in 1981 by Cassandra Peterson. She was the hostess of a local Hollywood horror movie show that became nationally syndicated. Elvira was the first horror host to be nationally syndicated, first person to be broadcast in 3-D on TV, and first female celebrity to do a national beer campaign and market her own beer.
The Care Bears have stood the test of time, from their first appearance on greeting cards, to cutesy, plush teddy bears, to animated television series, to adventure-filled movies. The Care Bears may be long gone from television, but not from out hearts (especially Sara Griffith's of SharksBiteOfLife).
"You're lucky, he's lucky, I'm lucky, we're all lucky!" If you're quick to spot who said this great line in the ultimate 1975 cult classic, "Rocky Horror Picture Show" then you will enjoy this tutorial. In this makeup lesson, learn how to steal the look of the character Magenta (played by the amazing Patricia Quinn) with the help of makeup and hair created by a Fashion Face expert.
This is a great Halloween look for those of you who do not one to wear masks are a bunch of gory effects. You can even use this look for other dress-up parties. Princess Pinkcat shows you how to do her evil fairy makeup look.
Make-up artist, Kandee Johnson transforms herself into the King of Pop, Michael Jackson! With just some shading and contouring, watch as Kandee remarkably alters the shape of her face with the illusion of makeup!
YouTube user goldiestarling teaches you how to apply a purply sugar skull makeup look inspired by Sylvia Ji's Purple Crush painting. Use a white eyeliner to create the sockets of the skull, then go around the nose area. Color the whole face using a creamy white pencil and add red blush on the cheeks. Use a creamy purple color to fill in the sockets and the tip of the nose. Draw small flower petals on the edges of each socket. Use a black color to draw a spider web on the forehead. Then draw b...
Make-up artist/costume extraordinaire, Kandee Johnson amazingly recreates the look of the evil witch from 101 Dalmations, Cruella De Vil! In his tutorial, Kandee teaches an important skill in a lot of costume make-up application: how to erase your eyebrows.
Girls always want they don't have. We know lots of girls with freckles who prefer to cover them up, which there are those of us who wish we had a few cute ginger spots on our faces.
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 flesh for a zombie costume, scars and wounds, even bullet holes.
Zombies will probably not be as popular a Halloween costume as vampires or werewolves this Halloween, which means all the more chance for you to stand out and look spectacular if you're dressing up as one! If your little kid has his heart set on becoming a flesh gobbling undead then check out this Halloween makeup tutorial for creating a rotting green zombie look.
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.
Most girls dress up only one way during Halloween: With a suitably colored bra (green for a leprechaun, pink for a bunny, for instance) and teeny mini skirt in a matching shade, plus some sort of headpiece so people don't just think they're hookers.
It's funny to us that so many Victorian makeup looks done for Halloween emphasize heavy, dead makeup with lots of deep plums and reds because the Victorians wore little to no makeup (women were basically considered whores if they wore rouge).
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Really we don't distinguish between dolls and creepy dolls - they're all creepy to us - but if you want to go as a particularly gnarly doll this Halloween, take a look at this makeup tutorial. The only thing scarier than a doll, of course, is a doll that's been slightly ripped apart and sewn back together with stitches.
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.
Despite being well known as the Era of Homogenously Bad Taste, the '80s have recently been referenced by high end designers (think Marc Jacobs), movies (think "Sex and the City 2"), and makeup artists (think the strong fuchsia lips that are in right now).
Zombies need not be disgusting, rotting undead creatures that only spook and terrify on Halloween. If you want to go as a zombie this year but don't care for the whole rotting skin bit then check out this tutorial for creating a prettier zombie look.
Don't adjust ye goggles - that is indeed Kandee the makeup artist garbed as the marauding swain Jack Sparrow from Disney's "Pirates of the Caribbean."
This how to video gives a step by step guide to creating this butterfly inspired eyeshadow look. To achieve this makeup look the following products are used: MAC 120 Pro Palette, Benefit Lemonaid eye base , Kanebo black liquid liner, navy eyeliner, and black mascara.
If you get stares from guys while walking down the street in this get up, it's probably not because hearts are welling up in their eyes and popping out of their head like in cartoons. Not that this look isn't gorgeous; it's just that you may be a wee bit overdone.
What gender did you assume the person in the thumbnail for this video was when you first saw it? If you said man, you are a liar. This is an amazing male to female makeup transformation, and in this video you'll learn how to apply it to yourself, with adjustments for your face of course.
Of all the things that go bump in the night, zombies are the most often neglected in popular culture. We've got more vampires than we'll need for a lifetime with the Twilight yuppies, True Blood hotties, and Vampire Diaries boys, and we've got werewolves intermixed with these vamps in the movies/shows, but zombies haven't been all that big until The Walking Dead came out. And let's face it—you don't see many good-looking zombies on there.
This lady sure won't bug you, or anyone who lays eyes on your adorable costume. With just the right about of cuteness and sexiness, this ladybug makeup look makes your skin glow with bright red lips and a flush right at the temples.
Are you totally blue that Shrek is leaving us after movie number 4? Well, why not turn that blue face into a big green one? Check out this tutorial and be the best looking ogre in the cinema.
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.
Who better to learn how to apply TV news makeup from than an actual TV news anchor? Emily Noel is a famous TV news anchor with several years in the biz, and she's here with this makeup tutorial to show you exactly how to get that flawless, shine-free TV anchor look you see in most news broadcasts.
Even decades later, the Evil Queen from "Snow White" still remains one of the creepiest and nastiest animated villains out there. Not only did she poison our favorite heroine, Snow White, but her long, wart infested nose gave us the heebie jeebies.
Want to scare your friends so good on Halloween that they'll have nightmares about you for ages to come? Then you have stumbled upon the right makeup tutorial. Take a gander at this makeup video to learn how to use wax - yes, wax - to create a dripping effect that'll make you look like a gross, scaly monster.
Still wearing those angel wings on your back for Halloween? Then honey, your whole world is about to be turned upside down (in a good way). Take a gander at this Halloween makeup video to see how to paint on an angel wing mask (each eye a wing).
Can you believe that Halloween is less than a month away? We swear just a few days ago it was 90 degrees out and we were blaring Katy Perry's "California Gurls" while driving down to the beach. Don't get us wrong, though: We're super excited it's fall because our favorite holiday, Halloween, is impending.
In this tutorial, we learn how to fix false lashes when the ends detach. First, when you are applying glue to the lashes, make sure you get the end corners so you can prevent them detaching. If this does happen, use a small stick from a beauty supply store and place some eyelash glue onto the tip. After this, place the glue onto the part that has become detached. Push it down so it sticks onto the skin securely, then use some black eyeliner to cover up any glue marks that you may have made. T...
Halloween provides one of the best opportunities of the year to dress up like a madman - or woman - and totally get away with it. But let's face it: If you're a gal in your late teens or early twenties, dressing up usually means dressing down on 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.
In this video by amazing make-up artist, Kandee Johnson, we learn how to apply the make-up and costume of character, Queen of Hearts from Alice in Wonderland. Specifically, Johnson develops the character look from the newer Tim Burton re-make of the movie, the Queen of Hearts played by Helena Bonham Carter. In this tutorial, Kandee shows how to cover eyebrows, apply white face, and apply those heart-shaped lips!
The makeup artist Julia presents this tutorial in partnership with VSP vision care in order to demonstrate makeup tips for people wearing glasses or contact lens.
Here's a quick, easy, and safe way of depotting your favorite eyeshadow or blush without burning your fingers or inhaling toxic fumes from melting plastic. Remember, safety first- so be careful when handling sharp objects.
In this video, we learn how to apply makeup to look like a cheap slut. First, apply black eyeliner to the entire eyelid and up to the creases in the eye. After this, take your finger and smudge the liner up to your eyebrows. Next, take a bright blue eyeshadow and brush it all over the eyelid up to the eye creases. Next, take a light blue eye shadow and apply it as a highlight underneath the brows. Brush a dark blue shadow on the crease of the eye, then blend it on the outer edge of the eye. A...
Description: How to cover or conceal your eyebrows in two different ways. - First brush your eyebrow hairs down and with a glue stick cover the brow. Brush the hairs to their normal place again.