This video will show you how to create a Columbia inspired look for the next time you go to the Rocky Horror Picture Show midnight madness.
Live on the edge and kick up your beauty routine a notch to create a look that will drive your parents crazy! Create an edgy, rock 'n' roll makeup look with help from this makeup tutorial hosted by Goldie Starling. Stop hiding behind a boring and safe makeup routine and take your face to a brand new level! Products used to complete this look include the following:
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.
Don't let all the glamorousness of your drag queen makeup be ruined by a silly thing such as five o'clock shadow! For soirees that demand a full day's bewitchment, learn how to conceal five o'clock shadow with this tutorial.
There's something so eerily creepy about clowns. We know they're supposed to be the center of children's birthday parties and are meant to be jesters, but their snarling mouths, bulbous red nose, and creepy eye makeup make us shiver.
Here's a quick video on how to fix makeup brush fly-aways or bristle curling.
Sharon Connolly, Image Consultant, demonstrates how to create a fabulous smoky eyes look. Start by brushing a very light color over the eyelid area from the lashes to the brow, accenting the inner corner of the eye. Then apply a brown shadow from the lashes to just above the crease of the eye. Take a very light shadow and brush it above that and blend it in. With an angled brush draw underneath the lower lashes with the brown shadow.
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 light blue and inside the outline that you created. Apply glitter to the dark blue portion of the eyes, then draw on black around the outline of the mask, smudging it onto the outer edges of the face. After this, apply ey...
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.
This video was a tutorial on applying a very tropical and colorful eye make-up. This would be good for an 80's costume look. She put on the make-up as she was explaining the different products and techniques she was using. She used glitter and a lot of colors that stood out and added some different transition to the final look. She also provided a detailed list of the make-up she uses and does a good job at making it look like an easy task to achieve. Anyone could probably follow the video an...
In this tutorial, we learn how to apply a "Cheshire Cat" inspired wearable makeup look. Start off this look by applying a bright blue eyeshadow on the lower part of the eyelid. After this, apply a medium sea blue in the crease of the eye and on the outer edge of the eye. From here, brush hot pink above the blue and then blend right above the crease to make purple. Make sure the pink is visible above the purple. Next, you will apply blue eyeliner on the waterline followed by purple liner under...
In this video we learn how to do Bowie-like inspired makeup. Start off by applying white makeup to the face all over around the lips and on the bridge of the nose. From here, apply red color to the side of the face and on the right eyelid going up to the corner of the face. Then, contour the nose with this same color, connecting the sides to each other. Now, apply red paint and blue paint to the face to create the design that is on the left hand side of the face. Once your design is finished,...
In this tutorial, learn how to create a makeup look inspired by Bella Swan from "Twilight". Bella is played by Kristen Stewart and is currently one of the most popular characters in young adult literature.
Have you practiced your airbrushing strokes? Ready to apply airbrush foundation? This makeup tutorial, hosted by makeup artist Koren, shows the basic application of airbrush foundation. Remember to conceal first, as once you applied airbrush foundation, you can't conceal on top of it as it will ruin the airbrushed areas.
This tutorial will give you useful tips that will allow your makeup last all day. Your skin's natural oils are what break down color and make it fade, so your first step is to put a mattifying lotion like salicylic acid and witch hazel get rid of the oil from your skin. Then, add foundation on top of this layer, dotting lightly in order for it to stay on all day. Using these various tips and more tricks shown in the video, any viewer will be able to apply makeup easily which will last all day...
The first thing to do to prepare to apply your drag queen makeup look is to pin back all your hair so it is not in your face. Make sure your face is clean before applying make up. Begin by applying pear soap to your eyebrows with a small brush. Brush on your neutral powder. Paint over your eyebrows so it looks like they are not there. Apply powder to blend in. Use eye-shadow to trace just above your eyeball. Use an eyebrow pencil to draw new eyebrows that have a higher arc than your natural o...
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.
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.
Dr. Frank-N-Furter, the mad doctor played by equally strange Tim Curry, has one hell of a makeup look. Extremely darkened brows, matte black shadow extended out in an evil upturned cat eye, and two stripes of black shadow extended down the sides of the nose made his face look almost cartoonish.
Watch this instructional cosmetics video to apply M.A.C's Studio Fix fluid foundation. You can use a sponge, a 109 or a 187 brush. Prepare a clean smooth surface to prep products. Choose a moisturizer that works for your skin.
Ahoy, landlubber! Next to vampires and werewolves, seafaring pirates are going to be the most popular costumes this Halloween. And luckily, you don't need to pillage or plunder in order to prove your scoundrel worthiness.
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.
Davy Jones, the octopus-like captain of the Flying Dutchman in Disney's "Pirates of the Caribbean," is one deliciously evil villain. But, as with all infamous villains, he wouldn't be where he is today without his band of marauders.
Using many different types of makeup including eyeliners, eyeshadow, lip-gloss etc, to create a Halloween makeup costume. This video starts with the result of the tutorial, a triple cross between a witch, Dr. Jekyll and Mrs. Hyde. The fourteen minute tutorial starts from a fresh face and redefining your eyes, to painting the other side of your face green for the Dr. Jekyll look. The tutorial's steps are not focused on one side before the other, but rather working on both sides of the face. If...
Applying foundation is one of the most basic and most important makeup skills a girl needs to know, yet for many women this is the hardest step. Problems with application, such as not matching the foundation color with your skin color, not choosing the right formulation, and not applying correctly result in foundation that looks fake and caked on.
Feeling blue this Halloween is now a good thing. Thanks to James Cameron's insanely popular "Avatar," we're sure to see plenty of blue-bodied and blue-faced girls and guys prancing around WeHo this Halloween. But the difference between a mediocre "Avatar" costume and an excellent one lies in the makeup.
In terms of Halloween costume popularity, we think dressing up as Snooki from "Jersey Shore" only falls behind going as a vampire and as Lady Gaga. After all, the Jersey gal has a whole lotta fun personality and personal style to work with.
This video shows the viewer how to apply a silver glitter French manicure, a great party look. The creator suggests doing this by first covering the top third of the nails with clear nail varnish. She then dips the still wet nail into a tub of cheap glitter, standard glitter purchase from a local craft store. The using a fan brush she removes the excess glitter. To finish the look she applies a layer of transparent topcoat. This step is essential as it stops the glitter from falling off and g...
If your going to be on stage or filmed on screen you may want to wear a little makeup. Men can use subtle makeup to look young and refreshed while evening out skin uneven tones. Your eyes will really pop with a little liner smudged into the lash line.
Bethany is a totally original makeup artist. She draws inspiration from the likes of David Bowie's Labrynth, Daft Punk, Super Mario Bros. and Land of the Lost.
Thanks to Stephanie Meyer, the greater part of the English-reading world thinks that vampires are gorgeous. And casting talented and beautiful actors like Robert Pattinson, Ashley Greene, and Nikki Reed probably didn't help to dispel notions of their beauty.
When it comes to female superheroes/supervillains, does it get any sexier than the classic Batwoman? Batman's archnemisis and equal in many ways, Batwoman is one chick whose looks really do kill. Of course, having advanced combat training doesn't hurt.
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).
Not just the Disney princesses have enviable style. This how-to video shows a makeup look based on the villain from Aladdin, Jafar. The cosmetic products used to create this look are MAC's Face and Body foundation, Select mMisturecover concealer, Brunetter brow finisher, Mystery eye shadow, Pink Freeze eyeshadow, Bamboom paint, Shroom eyeshadow, Sushi Flower eyeshadow, Passionate eyeshadow, Sketch eyeshadow, Black creme liner, Fascinating eye kohl, #31 Lastes, All Black Fibre Rich mascara, Hu...
Let all the other girls dress up as the Disney princesses this year; while we love Belle and Cinderella, how cool would it be to go as super cute Princess Peach from the "Mario Brothers" video game?
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 red lips, and even horns if you're up for it.
"That 70s Show" star Mila Kunis has grown into quite a gorgeous young woman, and never fails to sport perfectly groomed brows and sheer though flattering makeup when she's on the red carpet.
To apply this particular Mad Hatter inspired makeup you need to start first by applying a lime green color from the mayron pallet to your lid. Then you just take the brush and feather out the edge you created. Taking sun yellow color from ben nuys, apply it to the inner third and inner corner of your lid. Then take the chartreuse color, applying it to the middle third of your lid taking the brush blending it slightly into the sun yellow. After this, take a jade color, applying it to the outer...
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).
In this tutorial, learn how to create the perfect 80s look. This look is taken from the early days of the Queen of Pop, Madonna. Madonna wore this style around the time she released her debut album.