Day of the Dead (Dia de los Muertos) Sugar Skull seems to be the costume of choice this Halloween and with a few products and tools from Sephora, Amazon, and your own makeup kit you can easily pull off this look! What’s going to make your Sugar Skull prettier than everyone else’s? You’re going to be a good girl and listen to me when I say don’t use Halloween makeup and grease paint! It looks faded and it doesn’t last! My makeup literally lasted a night of pizza eating, excessive drinking, and schlepping up and down heart-attack hill (our driveway).
All photos courtesy of Ben Hughes. Thanks Ben!Posted by janna Tags Halloween, Halloween Makeup, makeup tutorial
Sometimes I have the worst luck… Today I woke up all all ready and excited for my Google+ Hangout (If you don’t know what that it is, it’s like a video chat that is broadcasted live on Google+ and streams to YouTube). It was hosted by the insanely beautiful (hate her!) Samantha Lim, Editor-in-Chief of the huge online fashion magazine FashionIndie, featuring myself, Christina Farrell, amazing makeup artist and founder of the The Makeup Blogger, and Stacy Reid, Founder and CEO of Tinte Cosmetics (which thanks to Stacy’s generosity I will be trying soon!).
So what happened? Well, Murphy’s Law reared its ugly head and my Internet decided to take a hiatus. So, unfortunately I missed the first few minutes of the Hangout and once I finally got into the Hangout I faded in and out and even froze a couple times (I could hear the others saying, “She’s a frozen kitten!”). Now my drama aside, Christina did an adorable tutorial for an 80s costume and Stacy walked through several different viable Halloween looks. You should definitely check it out here.
After the Hangout was over, I figured it would simply be a waste of a good kitty cat look if I didn’t do a YouTube tutorial! Don’t worry about writing down any of the products since I’m listing them for you at the end of this post:janna Tags Bobbi Brown, Cat Eye, Fresh, Halloween, Halloween Makeup, MAC, MAKE UP FOR EVER, makeup, Makeup Artist, makeup tutorial, Smashbox, Urban Decay