Monday, October 31, 2011

Halloween Makeup Tutorial - Mermaid

Hi Bellas,

I'm back with my last Halloween tutorial of 2011!  I decided to end it with my favorite costume - a mermaid!  I absolutely fell in love with the costume and did a super pretty, bright look to go with it.  This is definitely an old school Ren throw-back look with vibrant shadows and lots of shimmer!
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Check out the video!
The video is still in the editing process, but since it is Halloween, I wanted to make sure to get this post up today.  I'll finish editing the video and get it up soon!  It's a look that can be worn without the costume ;)


Check out the amazing mermaid costume from www.HalloweenCostumes.com
Honestly, it took me a while to figure out what kind of look to do.  When I think of a Mermaid, I think of a fresh-faced glowy look.  But....it is Halloween, and how fun is a natural look, lol?  I decided to coordinate my look with the costume and used similar, jewel toned colored on the eyes.  Also, since this tutorial is pretty last minute, I figured that this super pretty look could be used any time of the year.

I added sparkle, glitter, and color to my face to really go all out with the look using Graftobian Luster Creams and Powders as well as the FantasEyes eyeshadow Palettes.

The final look!  The colors look much more vibrant in person.  I'm still trying to figure out how to take the best pictures with my new digital camera.  It's a Sony Cybershot.  If anyone has any tips about settings, please let me know!  I preferred the pictures on my old camera but the video on this one is so much better.


Here's What I Used (All Graftobian Makeup unless otherwise mentioned):


FACE
Oxyderm moisturizer
HD Glamour Cream Foundations in Desert Sand (All over Foundation), Buttermilk (Highlight)
Pro Setting Powder in Skin Tone Light
Opal Ice Luster Powder (cheek bone highlight)
Warm Cocoa Eyeshadow (contour color)
Fuchsia Fervor Eyeshadow (used as blush)

EYES
HD Glamour Cream Foundation in Alabaster (eyeshadow base)
FantasEyes Eyeshadow Palettes - Purple Power, Fuchsia Fervor, Gold Peace, Yellow Ray, Golden Opal
Ultrasilk Matte Shadows - Warm Creme (browbone highlight), Medium Cocoa (brows)
Morningstar Turquoise Luster Powder and Luster Cream
Sonia Kashuk Glamour Lashes
Graftobian Mascara
 L'Oreal Art Liner
Makeup Forever No 92 and 9 Shadows

Glitter Glam - Opal Confetti and Ravishing Rose (On top of Shadow - Lower Lashline and Inner 1/3 of eyelid)

LIPS
Kiss and Nude Lipsticks mixed with Vanilla Spice Gloss from Graftobian Lipstick Palette
Pink Champagne Luster Powder (on top of lipstick, center of lips)
Hair

Glitter Hairspray in Opalescent Pearl White (I curled my hair with a few loose curls using my large barrel curling iron and sprayed to set with the glitter hair spray)
This is my last Halloween tutorial for the year, sniff sniff.  I hope you guys enjoyed my Halloween Makeup series.  I have them along with past tutorials saved on a Halloween Makeup Playlist if you're interested in creating any of my looks for Halloween or any time of the year.  Let me know what you all are dressing up as in my comments below.  I still haven't decided, lol, but have plenty to choose from.

FTC Disclosure:  Makeup and Halloween costumes mentioned were sponsored for tutorial.  I am not affiliated with these companies and not paid to write these reviews.

6 comments:

DaphYin said...

Wow it's so beautiful! I can't believe that Halloween is already here! :)
Thanks for all these fabulous makeup looks!! ^^

http://daphyin-makeupisart.blogspot.com

Elisa - Nuvole di Bellezza said...

Hi dear! Your blog is amazing!
I am a new follower!

I would be very honored to have you in my followers!

www.nuvoledibellezza.com

Un abbraccio e ...grazie! Ciao!

KiLLaCaM said...

LOVE it! Vibrant but still soft and sultry. ROCK IT REN!

Jenn A. said...

I love how colourful the eyes are!

Beauty on a College budget said...

I LOVE this makeup look! I love your halloween look. It's really pretty, and this actually looks like something I could do myself.

Fakhra's said...

beautiful... lovely :)