I decided to show you some custom vampire makeup for Halloween. It is rather a “kind” image without blood stains and other frightening things, which, as it seems to me, are enough in 2020. Therefore, I want to carry to the masses just a beautiful vampire makeup for Halloween.
To do this, we need dry eyeliners that can be diluted with plain water to the consistency we need. This is one of my favorite products that I use so often in my looks. If I need a thicker eyeliner, I will add less water, and if less, then more. Everything is so simple that even a beginner can handle them.
Therefore, I see no reason not to use this product not only in such looks, but also in everyday make-up.
How to do Halloween vampire makeup
To replicate this seemingly simple image, you must start by building a shape. To do this, draw a wide classic black arrow, and then a line in the crease of the eyelid. And only after that proceed to spray. Do not get carried away with the process so as not to paint over the form. Try to keep the general lines of the arrows that you drew at the very beginning.
I advise you to “leave it alone” for the lower eyelid and mark it with shadows in a similar color scheme. And so that it does not look “naked” I recommend painting the mucous membranes of the eyes with a black persistent pencil.
Lips can be accentuated with a soft pink lip gloss or … left for a matte black lipstick. In general, there are many options and I hope that my idea inspires you to create a kind vampire makeup for Halloween!
List of used products with links to reviews:
Illamasqua Hydra Veil Primer Base
Huda Beauty #FauxFilter Foundation Mocha Vanilla 120B & Macchiato 400G
Maybelline Instant Anti-Age Eraser Eye Concealer
Highlighter Pat McGrath Labs Skin Fetish 003 “Nude”
Make Up Secret Eyebrow Cream # 04
Suva Beauty Hydra Liner – UV Scrunchie
Dry eyeliner Make Up Store Cake Eyeliner – Black
Natasha Denona Love Eyeshadow Palette
Natasha Denona Lip Oh-Phoria – Duo Chrome Coral