If you’re looking to be a lil spooky AND glam with your Halloween costume, I’d definitely take a look at these beauty transformations by James Majesty and Vander Von Odd. Not only are there makeup work incredibly creative, but they’re whole ensembles are too. Take notes, because you’re gonna want to use ideas for the upcoming holiday.
Warning: James Majesty’s eerie look involves a lottt of red and black hues, so if you’re into that, stay tuned! For the first step, James starts off with filling in le brows—a very essential part in any makeup creation. Then, they jump right into the eyeshadows! They brush on a red pigment all over their lids and even down to their lower lash line. After, for an even sultrier vibe, James applies some black liner onto the top part of their lids and then smudges some on at the bottom part of their eye.
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And you know they weren’t quite finished yet! They applied the holy grail face products: foundation, concealer, contour, powder, and bronzer. As for the last touches? Get ready for glitter, face art, a shiny red lip, a sexy wig, and a wild ‘fit.
Vander’s lewk may not have the same fiery palette as James’s, but it’s just as eye-catching! Just like James, Vander begins the process with the eyes. With a very steady hand, Vander draws on a black long, curved line—sort of like an elongated brow—and smudges it out to give a gradient appearance. Right under that, they also draw a matching, extended winged liner where they create an intricate gold and black design inside of the wing.
Before Vander throws on their magical butterfly headpiece and mysterious white eye contacts, they add foundation, concealer, and bronzer. And of course it wouldn’t be complete without the falsies and bold black lip. Anybody else shook at how lowkey easy that looked?
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