I hope you all have a happy and spooky Halloween this year! This year Halloween really snuck up on me. It's a few days before the big night and if you are like me you find yourself without a costume, don't stress! This retro look is an easy flashback to the 1960's and will transforms you into a Twiggy in a few easy steps.
Step 1: Using a grey/black eye shadow cut a crease in a ROUND shape to make eyes look wide. Use a white eyeliner in the waterline to make the eyes look even bigger.
Step 2: Fill in the lids using a robins-egg blue for bold eyes, or opt for a cream color to rock a softer look.
Step 3: Line the eyes using cream or gel in 'Black' on tightline and on lashline.
Step 4: Apply eyelash primer to the lashes for twiggy-like lashes. Apply false lashes if you want!
Step 5: Coat both top and bottom lashes with as much mascara as you can! Its all about the layers to build up the lashes!
Step 6: Using an angled brush and that same cream or gel Eyeliner, draw on your bottom lashes. Follow your lashes natural curves for the most realistic looking lashes.
Step 7: Twiggys skin is always sunkissed, so after your foundation, apply some bronzer to the forehead, across the cheeks, nose, and chin.
Step 8: Finish off the look with a natural lip liner and lip gloss for the perfect lip!
MEOW! The human-kitties is probably the easiest costume to throw together last minute for an office party or a night out. This is exactly how to get this look.
After foundation and setting powder. Prime the eyelid. Then using the black eyeliner begin to draw over your lids and fill in a "cat eye" shape. Dramatic shapes and colors will enhance your Halloween look! Then, pat black eye shadow onto your lid, to make sure creasing will be minimal and the color is very solid.
Using the liner pencil again, draw a black kitty nose! Follow the shape from the photo to get the most realistic but cute nose. The best part... draw in your whiskers! You can sharpen the liner and draw several fine lines from the nose to your mid-cheek area. Different lengths look great! Fix with sealer.
Using black eyeliner draw in your lips for a deep black effect. To achieve the reddish undertone as shown in the photo, use a bit of the red shadow along with the lip-gloss wand!
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