Hey guys! Last week I posted a video on Youtube creating a witchy Halloween makeup look. This week I am going to stick to quick and easy Halloween theme. Last year, I had 4 different opportunities to dress up for Halloween, I […]
Last week I posted a video on Youtube creating a witchy Halloween makeup look. This week I am going to stick to quick and easy Halloween theme. Last year, I had 4 different opportunities to dress up for Halloween, I was a Witch when we did the witches run, a carebear for the Halloween scavenger hunt, a vampire when we went out to the bar, and I was a cow for trick-or-treating ngl a cow onsie was the warmest I’ve ever been trick-or-treating. This year I don’t get as many dress up opportunities, I miseed the witches run because I was babysitting, and I missed the scavenger hunt this weekend because we are going to Cedar Point and a Safari zoo thing.
I wasn’t sure what I wanted to dress up as for this year, until I saw the coolest thing ever. Light up Cat Ears!! Yes I am 5 and I planned my costume based on cat ears that light up.
For this look I started by mixing some Hard Candy mix-in pigment drops into my formula. 10.0.6 seriously shine free moisturizer, a no blended it in. Then I applied some of Benefit Shy Beam highlighter to brighten up under my eyes. For, bronzer, Blush and highlight I used Rimmel Londons Kate sculpting palette in coral glow.
For my eyes I used Too Faced Christmas in New York palette, I blended ___ in my crease and Coconut over the rest of my lid. Then using a color pop angeled brush and a Kiss gel liner I attempted a cat like wing, and lined my water line with pixel-pro liner in “angelic” just to open my eyes a bit more. Once that was finished I applied some of Maybelline the falsies push up Angel mascara. Next I took pixels pro-liner to draw on the rest of the cat face.
Once that was finished I added some light up cat ears and was all finished with my cat Halloween makeup look. I loved doing this look because it was super quick, and super easy. What is your favorite Halloween look.
I hope you enjoyed this post and if you was to see how this look was created then you can watch the video that’s right below (give it a thumbs up and subscribe).