We've always been advised to apply eyeshadow shades that complement our individual eye colors. So for sisters with brown eyes, a deep royal purple or metallic silver will bring out the richness and golden undertones of our eyes, while blue eyed gals look great with sunset tones.
Steal Kim Kardashian's look for your next big outing with this two-part tutorial on how to put together this beautiful celebrity's makeup look. In part one, our host CMichelle, shows us how to prime our face and apply the shadow. The second half speedily goes through how to line the lids.
Learn how to apply silver and purple eyeshadow with this make up tutorial. To achieve this look you will need the following products MAC Studio Fix Fluid, Bare Escentuals Mineral Veil, Nars Laguna Bronzer, Nars Orgasm Blush, Urban Decay Primer Potion, MAC Silver Fog Pigment, MAC Ransom eyeshadow, MAC Zero eyeshadow, MAC Midnight Cowgirl eyeshadow, MAC 24/7 Eyeliner in “Dime”, Clinique High Definition Mascara, MAC Lipstick in Jubilee, MAC Tendertone in Sweet Tooth. This is a gorgeous silver an...
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.
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.
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.
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.
If you really want to get into the spooktastic spirit of Halloween then there's no better costume to ellicit frights and sometimes "ews" than Beetlejuice, the "bio-exorcist" from the movie of the same name.
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.
"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.
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.
Um, why WOULDN'T you want to be a Greek goddess for Halloween? Yeah, we know that you probably have a zillion different costume ideas clogging the cloud, from sexy pirate wench to sexy angel, but whereas those costumes are just slutty (sorry, had to say it), a Greek goddess costume has class, history, and oh yeah, a super euphoric glow.
Face painting a joker is a fun way to explore your artistic abilities, while having fun with paint. Learn to paint a joker using face paints from a face painting expert in this free video series.
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?
Uma Thurman's character Mia Wallace from "Pulp Fiction" is one of cinema's most iconic faces. Every single person who has seen Quentin Tarentino's masterpiece remembers Mia's dance scene with John Travolta or the part where she gets the giant needle to the chest. This character is bold, beautiful and perfectly pulp.
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:
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!
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...
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...
Here's how to copy Joker's look of the Dark Knight. 1. To create the scars, start by applying a spirit gum on each side of your face. Wait till it dries up. Then apply a scar wax using a small spatula or any type of applicator that is available. 2. To achieve that clown white face, get a pancake makeup, cream or anything (as long as it's white) and start applying it all over your face. Be careful when you reach your scars so as not to damage them. 3. Fill-in your eyes with really dark eye mak...
Some of us are going to go all out with our makeup this Halloween, applying horns, lacerations, green makeup, and the works to get that true gory or scary effect. But let's be honest here: The rest of us gals are probably going to stray more on the dramatically beautiful, slightly-amped-up-version-of-our-normal-makeup makeup look.
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).
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...
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).
"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.
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.
Let your ingenuity shine through by creating just about any color makeup to go with your smashing Halloween costume.
If you can't find the perfect glittery eyeshadow in just the shade you want, you can make your own! This quick tutorial shows you how to combine cosmetics to whip up a batch of sparkly, glittery eyeshadow in whatever color you want.
When you get tired of doing the same black and brown smokey eyes and need something new to refresh your makeup routine and look, take a gander at this makeup tutorial by MissChievous. Rather than teach you a look that'll make you blend in with the crowd at work, MissChievous shows you how to create an extremely dramatic puple makeup look that incorporates highly pigmented lavender and royal purple shadow along with heavy falsies and blue shimmer.
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?
In this tutorial, we learn how to do an Arabian peacock makeup look. First, add primer to the eyes, then apply yellow shadow on the inner crease of the eye. Then, take a lime green color and apply it next to the yellow, blending in on the edge. After this, apply a turquoise eyeshadow and pack it in to eliminate fall out. Blend this outward, blending with the other colors. Apply a piece of tape on the outer corner of the eye to create a cat eye. After this, apply a dark purple to the crease of...
You've seen snakeskin purses, snakeskin printed scarves, and maybe even snakeskin eyeshadow decals. But snakeskin lips? Now that's a new one.
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.
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.
The Na'vi don't have eyebrows. While you could just paint your makeup on over your brows if you don't have prosthetic appliances to cover them, a neat trick is to take a giant glue stick (or the spirit gum) and go over your eyebrows with it, rubbing the stick in the opposite direction of eyebrow growth. Let it dry and then do it one or two more times (depending on how thick your brows are). With your brows flat against your skin with a layer of "glue skin" over them, you can have a nice, flat...
When you were small, dressing up like a lizard for Halloween probably meant an oversized, cheap costume with a long cloth tail and a green headpiece. While such costumes are cute for little ones, if you want to truly creep some people out this Halloween (all while inspiring "Wow! How did you do that?"comments all night long) then check out this reptile makeup look.
When the zombie apocalypse comes, you might be able to sneak by them by disguising yourself as a zombie. Or maybe you just want to dress up like a zombie. This tutorial shows you how to make a realistic looking zombie bite for around twenty dollars.
Want to dress up like Rihanna for Halloween? Okay, we're totally kidding, but you should watch this special effects makeup tutorial if you're looking to wear a costume that requires facial scarring and bruising this Hallowen.