{#FRIGHTFEMMES} 2018 - Vol. 2

Welcome back to another #FrightFemmesFriday ••• A Halloween collab with Caro from Blonde2Brunette blog! If you're a little confused, check out the intro post about this series from its original conception back in 2015! Also, peep last week’s VOL.1 post here.

This week we have a Beetlejuice inspired babe and a creepy nurse with a bit of body paint action sprinkled throughout.

Keep scrolling through to see the looks!

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• VOL.2 • CARO'S LOOK •

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• BEETLEJUICE•

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GET THE LOOK: Check out Caro’s post HERE!

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• VOL.2 • LAURA'S LOOK •

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• MALPRACTICE • 

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GET THE LOOK:

  • Start off with a light foundation/base + powder - or you can choose to use white cream paint (it’s just a bit more tricky to get 100% opaque!)

  • Choose one eye to do a standard “pretty” smokey eye look with a winged liner. Add some shading and depth to the inner corner down onto the bridge of your nose.

  • Next use a neutral eyeliner pencil to start mapping out all the areas you’ll be adding wounds, and the collar of the outfit.

  • Use a variety of browns and grey shadows to add depth to neck, collar bones, hairline, and nose.

  • To make the wounds, start with a dark black line, then layer on reds, purples, and browns fading out towards the edges to create a gradient. Go back in and redefine the black lines in random areas to add depth. The stitches are made with black gel liner. Draw them in slightly curved and random.

  • For the wound around the eye, fill in the entire space with black cream, and layer on the reds, purples, and as a final touch you can add some fake blood for a bit of shine and dimension.

  • Keep adding shadows and highlights around the collar/neck paint to add even MORE dimension. Don’t stress about making it look too realistic. I think it looks more interesting when there are some brush strokes. It gives the overall look a more “painterly” effect.

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And that concludes VOL.2 ••• More to come next week!

 

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Check out VOL.1 from last week here!

Want to do your own version of a makeup look or DIY costume? We'd love to see it! Use the hashtag #FrightFemmes to share your look with us on Instagram... we'll be picking our favorites to feature throughout the month of October!

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