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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 flesh for a zombie costume, scars and wounds, even bullet holes.

How To: Create a scary pretty marionette doll makeup look for Halloween

We know dolls are supposed to be children's toys, but there's something about them that scares the living daylights out of us. Maybe, just maybe, it's those lifelike eyes that appear almost too real to be fake? That seem to follow us as we move around the room? Okay, maybe we've seen a few too many horror movies, but you have to admit there's just something off about dolls.

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 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...

How To: Apply a "black widow" mask with makeup for Halloween

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...

How To: Create a bold Linda Evangelista 1990s makeup look

At the height of her career, Linda Evangelista was one of the big three: Claudia, Christy, and Linda. The early 1990s were officially known as the Age of the Supermodel, and boy did these women know how to get glam both on and off the catwalk. Big hair and big egos combined to form women who refused to go anywhere without a full face of makeup and whom never had a single hair out of place.

How To: Create a quick makeup look inspired by Carrie Bradshaw

Before you rush out of the house to see "Sex and the City 2" this weekend, why not really get into the part? In this video, learn how to duplicate one of Carrie's Middle Eastern inspired makeup looks from the film and look fabulous in the theatre. This flick is a great time to have an old fashioned girls night out, so why not do your makeup, have a cosmo and get the full SATC experience?

How To: Create a heroin chic makeup look

Logan demonstrates how to make a 'heroin chic' look using makeup applied with 192 and 290 brushes. He begins with highlighting powder. Shading is created by using processed powder. Eye definition is added with the 219 pencil brush to apply brown down eyeshadow. Next, blend down the nose using a 272 angled brush. Using the 242 brush he applies it heavily to the eyelids only. If you have loose powder, use it. Smolder eyeliner is applied to line the lower rim of the eye to give a mod look by avo...

How To: Create a Nancy Grace makeup look

Whether you love Nancy Ann Grace or hate her, you can't deny that her eye makeup is always amazing. Watch Princess Pinkcat in this tutorial video about creating her Nancy Grace makeup look. She didn't curl her hair for this video, just tucked it under to make it look more like Grace's hair length.

How To: Apply Joker inspired makeup

In this how-to, watch as remarkable make-up artist, Kandee Johnson shows how to apply makeup to steal the creepy Joker look from Batman! Specifically, Heath Ledger's look as the role of Joker in the recent Batman re-make "The Dark Knight."

How To: Create the makeup look of Alice Cullen from Twilight

Twilight, that steamy, dreamy love story between teen Bella and heartthrob vampire, Edward Cullen. This love story is based on a series of vampire novels (Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse, and Breaking Dawn) by Stephenie Meyer. True love, handsome boy, and vampire danger = perfect teen love story. Who's your favorite Twilight character? This makeup tutorial demonstrates how to create Alice Cullen's makeup, based on the actress Ashley Greene, in the Twilight movie.

How To: Create a Sophie Ellis Bextor makeup look

This how-to video helps you create a Sophie Ellis Bextor look. It's an easy look, just follow the steps in the video. You'll need: blue eyeshadow, white eyeshadow, makeup brushes, taupe eyeshadow, liquid eyeliner, pencil eyeliner, and mascara. This look is as fun as it is eye-catching.

How To: Apply airbrush makeup to mature skin

Luminess Air trainer, John (head makeup artist for Desperate Housewives) teaches Hollywood secret for mature skin. Learn how to erase 15 years in 10 minutes while airbrushing to get a natural younger look. Airbrushing is easy and this lesson goes into deep Hollywood secrets on looking younger.

How To: Do Gel Nails at Home!

This article is for anyone wanting to learn how to do gel nails at home. Although it is easy. It is time consuming, so be prepared to have at least 30 minutes to do all the steps. We chose to do gel nails with a french press tip.

How To: Do a dark Little Red Riding Hood makeup look

Red Riding Hood is about to take predominantly young and female movie audiences by storm. This makes her a very topical choice for a costume party or just for emulation, and this video will show you how to do an awesome dark Little Red Riding Hood (the movie dropped the Little, I guess it's a little sexier without) makeup look and costume.