Halloween Makeup Tutorial - Harley Quinn

Hi Bellas,

I'm back with Halloween Tutorial Number two for 2012!  This is another familiar look.  I wore it for the Batman Themed Red Bull Soap Box Race my friends and I participated in over the summer.  I played Harley Quinn, Joker's Girlfriend.  It's a fun look to do so I recreated a tutorial for it.  Check it out!

Check out the video!

Here's a shot of the look I did over the summer.  I do like how it came out better here...I spent a bit more time on the makeup since I was actually going out in public as opposed to doing it at home and wiping it off, lol.  
I could not find my outfit for the video!  Here's a shot of the costume.  I ordered it from www.halloweencostumes.com  For my hair, I did pig tails with red ribbon tied around.  I've seen other costumes do complete pig tails but I think half up and down is sexier :)
I changed the look a tiny bit.  I didn't have black rhinestones to place around the mask, instead I used lash glue and red glitter to create the look of gems.  I did a red and black ombre lip instead of just black, and my mask shape is a little simpler.
The hardest part about this look was getting the white makeup nice and opaque.  I recommend just getting a white cream makeup for this.  I tried using a water-activated paint and it was a pain in the booty.
I do like the ombre lip this time around - I decided to switch it up for this look because ombre is in!

The list of products is actually really short.  I reused a lot of the products - example, eyeshadow as blush and eyeliner as lipliner.

Here's a list of what you'll need to complete the look:
-White and Black Face Makeup
-Red Eyeshadow 
-Dramatic Lashes
-Black liner and Shadow
-Red Lipstick
-Lash Glue
-Red Glitter

All the products I used can be found at www.graftobian.com

Stay tuned for the next tutorial!  Also, i'm still taking requests!

FTC Disclosure:  Products sponsored for tutorial.  I am not affiliated with this company and not paid to make this video.  These are my honest thoughts and opinions.