Halloween Makeup - Barbie

Hi Bellas,

It's an exciting day, my first Halloween Post of 2010!  I plan on making several more but I thought I'd start with something that a lot of you could actually wear out.

If you wanna see how I did it...stay tuned for more!
Check out my video!

I happened to be in Wal-Mart searching a crown for another tutorial.  While in the birthday section, I saw some pictures of barbie on a plate and I fell in love with her makeup.

She had a black cut the crease with hot pink.  Totally do-able!

There are so many amazing makeup tutorials on youtube...truly artistic creations.  However, not everyone has the supplies or ability to recreate it.  I get a lot of Halloween requests for "wearable" looks.  Let's face it...a lot of us just want to be sexy and pretty on Halloween.  I wanted to make a look that I thought many of my viewers can do using what they have at home, and also something that they can actually recreate and feel pretty wearing.

You can totally change up the colors if you want.  This is the time to pull out your 88, 120 palettes and have fun! To complete the look, I threw on a blond wig ($9) from the local costume store and some pretty pink accessories.

The final look!

Here's What I Used:

Sedona Lace 10 Pan Concealer Palette
Ben Nye Light Concealer Wheel
Graftobian Neutral Powder Palette
Graftobian Medium Cocoa eyeshadow to contour
Graftobian Warm Creme eyeshadow to highlight
Sigma Makeup Not Fade Away Blush

Sedona Lace 88 matte palette - shimmer white, light pink, hot pink, dark purple
Red Cherry Lashes
Jordana Liquid Liner
Rimmel White Kajal Pencil
MAC Silver Dusk Pigment
Elmers Gluestick to cover up brows
Tarte Brow Pencil in Medium Brown
MAC Brown Fluidline for Brows

NYX Lip Pencil in Bloom
Rimmel White Kajal Pencil
NYX Barbie Pink Lipgloss

Sigma Blush and Brushes from www.sigmamakeup.comwww.sigmamakeup.com

You can find the 88 palette and 10 pan concealer palette from www.sedonalace.com
Use code renren for $5.00 your order, coupon doesn't expire

Blue contacts from http://www.mukuchu.blogspot.com

Hope you guys enjoyed!  Stay tuned for my next Halloween tutorial!

FTC Disclosure:  Not sponsored by any brands.  Products purchased by me or previously reviewed in the past.

Atlanta Makeup Artist