If you're a Little Monster, than surely you've seen the single cover art for Lady Gaga's new hit "Born This Way". On the cover, she looks as crazy as ever, and in this makeup tutorial, you'll learn how to mimic the look, right up to the protruding horns. Surely, this is a look for the stage and not one you're likely to wear outside on a normal day—but it's fun to play around with and perfect—Gaga-style!
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.
What would "Star Wars" be without its infamous red-faced villain, Darth Maul? True, we never thought he was the prettiest character in the "Star Wars" franchise (that title still goes to hottie Natalie Portman as Princess Amidala), but he had some pretty cool makeup going on.
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.
Jersey Shore's pickle-loving, drunken little ball of fun has captured the affection of many, as well as a fair share of haters. According to today's Wall Street Journal, Snooki and other Jersey Shore characters have surpassed Lady Gaga in popularity for Halloween costumes of 2010. Go Snook. (Not too surprising. For lots of ladies out there, the more revealing the costume, the better.)
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...
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.
To make lip gloss look like fake blood you will need a tub of red eyeshadow, clear lip gloss, black eyeliner and red lip liner pencil. First dab a little bit of lip gloss onto your hand. Color red lip liner around the lip gloss blob. Then, flake the red eye shadow into the mixture and stir it up. Add a little bit of black eyeliner or mascara for a darker color. Apply the fake makeup blood to your desired area by caking it on. You can also use your black eyeliner to provide a wound shading bas...
Here's a tutorial on how to make false eyelashes made with feathers in Exotic print pattern!
In this makeup video, we learn how to apply a "black widow" mask with makeup for Halloween. Start out by applying silver and black shadow to the eyes along with mascara and eyeliner around the eyes. Now, take a white eyeliner pencil and draw a spider web around your eyes and going down your face. When finished with this, use a black liquid eyeliner pen to draw over the white that you just drew. Use a black shadow to mix in with the thick white crossing lines to create a sort of web look to th...
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 lipstick. To learn how to create this awesome look, check out the video.
What we love about this "Mask of Mystery" is that you can use it for a large variety of Halloween costumes. Delicate scroll patterns ending in curlicues and dubbed over with glitter make this painted on mask perfect for dark fairies, Moulin Rouge can can dancers, Mardi Gras participants, and even sorceresses.
This beauty video demonstrates how to do a MAC brunette blonde redhead makeup look.
This is a great tutorial you can use for any costume or special effects you can think of. Make it look like your eyeball has popped out of it's socket by using Cinema Secrets makeup, especially the Injury colors palette.
This tutorial uses the Bloody Gouges kit put out by cosmetics and special effects company Cinema Secrets. Apply using spirit gum, and then use the Injury palette and stage blood to make it look like you're really and truly wounded.
The make-up artist Kandee Johnson demonstrates how to create a cute look of big dolly eyes for Asian girls. The first step is to make the eyelid look bigger and lighter by using a white eye pencil from Sephora. The second step is to use a light-colored eye shadow from Mac, which needs to be applied all over the lid and under the eyebrows. Then take a black pencil and accentuate the outer corners to make your eyes look bigger and rounder. Start from the outside and work your way in to create a...
In this tutorial, we learn how to make homemade makeup brush cleaner. First, grab an empty spray bottle and add in 1 c water to it. Next, pour in 1/4 c alcohol to the water. Now, pour in 2 tbsp of dish soap to the mixture along with 1/2 tbsp baby shampoo. After this, add in 1 tbsp of leave in conditioner to the mixture. Now, stick a straw into the bottle and mix everything around gently. Don't create a lot of soap on top by mixing it too hard. When you are done with this, you can spray it ont...
Don't forget your nails when you're dressing up for Halloween! Like your noggin' and your body, your nails want to put on their spooky best for the fun holiday. If you're looking for interesting nails that are totally Halloween themed without being over the top or tacky, then these nails are it.
The absolute hottest shade this fall for makeup is a deep eggplant or aubergine. At the Fall 2010 fashion shows, we saw models with purple smokey eyes or neutral lids and a deep berry lip. But however the color was worn, it was used by many makeup artists to add extra sultriness to the makeup look.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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...
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.
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.
Just because Greek monster and general bully Medusa had yucky snakes slithering out of her head doesn't mean a Halloween look based on her has to be disgusting and scaly. Bring out the beautiful side of the myth by creating this gorgeous stonelike Medusa look.
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 look very fake when done. Add cream blush product in bronze shade. Apply with finger to warm it up; apply to cheeks, forehead & nose. Use mineral type skin highlighter all over face. Paint on eyebrows with black liquid eye...
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.
You've seen snakeskin purses, snakeskin printed scarves, and maybe even snakeskin eyeshadow decals. But snakeskin lips? Now that's a new one.
This makeup look is for a Halloween Devil, but you can actually go to a club or a special event with this on! Watch this Halloween makeup tutorial and learn how to create a smoldering, sexy red devil eye makeup 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.
Want something that goes beyond just a simple pair of devil horns? Make it look like the horns have bloodily and messily sprouted through your forehead! This is a quick and easy tutorial you can use for a creepy, demonic effect.
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 the face. Next, fill the white circle completely in with white paint. Now, fill in the black circles with black paint until it's completely finished. Then, use a thin brush to paint on the smile with black and draw on sti...
Fun for halloween or any special occassion, add flare, glitz, and glamour to your makeup using rhinestones, sequins, or beads!
"Clockwork Orange," Stanley Kubrick's oddball crime film, features several teenage characters whose intentions are...questionable, to say the least. After all, Alex DeLarge, the main character of the story, sociopathically rapes a few women in his youth, runs around with a gang, and takes drugs.
Boop-boop-be-doop indeed. In this vide you'll learn how to do really cute Betty Boop makeup and hair that will make your Betty Boop Halloween costume (or other costume, we don't discriminate) absolutely boopalicious. Note: your eyebrows will be halfway up your forehead.
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.
Emma Watson, who plays Hermione Granger in the "Harry Potter" series, is actually a lot like the character she embodies. Both are quite intelligent (Watson just finished her freshman year at Brown), strong, and independent, and both rely on minimal makeup to enhance their features.
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.