Halloween Makeup ★ FOTD|MOTD

I was at the store and saw that Wet n Wild Halloween makeup was on sale, so I decided why not 🎃🍬🕸 I picked up:

Fantasy Makers by Wet n Wild Paint Pot – white

Fantasy Makers by Wet n Wild Enchanting Body Crayon – white and black

Fantasy Makers by Wet n Wild Paint Palettes –

Fantasy Makers by Wet n Wild Wildly Wicked Stencil Kit – Mesmerizing Mermaid

Fantasy Makers by Wet n Wild Glitter Gel

I’ve always wanted to do Halloween looks but I was always intimidated because I can’t afford the elaborate costumes and wigs but then I though, I’m not trying to be a cosplayer or special effects makeup artist. I’m just here to play with makeup. So here is some makeup looks that I tried out. No costumes, No fuss. Just me playing with makeup!

This Queen of Hearts look was inspired by a pin on Pinterest!

I used the white Fantasy Makers by Wet n Wild Paint Pot. This was very patchy but I was able to work with it by using white eyeshadow to help fill it in. I used the Fantasy Makers by Wet n Wild Enchanting Body Crayon in black to define the white heart and then blended out the edges. I set the white heart with RCMA No Color Powder to help prevent creasing.

For the lips, I used Tattoo Junkie Lip Paints in Pucker Up for a classic red lip with a glitter twist.



This makeup look was inspired from Mufasa from the Lion King! This will have to be my favorite look! It was so much fun to do! All I used for this look was gel eyeliner and a mixture of my foundation, brightening concealer, and cream contour. 

This Sunset Tribal look was inspired by a pin on Pinterest! I used orange eyeshadow, purple toned blushes, brown eyeshadow, and bronzer for the base of this look. I really highlighted the under eyes to help the forehead pop. I also put the orange and purple shades on the lips to help balance the color. I then used concealer to create the “tribal” markings. I just free handed it and let my face shape define the shapes I created.

This makeup look was inspired from all the Mermaid looks all over Instagram and Youtube. It was a nice excuse to have douchrome highlighter all over my face! I used the stencils in the Fantasy Makers by Wet n Wild Wildly Wicked Stencil Kit – Mesmerizing Mermaid. I contoured with a cooled tones mauve-y blush and then popped the cheeks with duo chrome highlighter.

Overall, I’m super happy with how these Halloween looks turned out. Maybe next year I will do full on costumes!

I will probably skip the Wet n Wild Halloween makeup though. It was really hard to work with and I ended up switching to regular makeup because of that.


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