This was my redo of my first ever face paint. Haha. I think I've improved.
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Step 1: Sketch
I took a white eyeliner and sketched out where I wanted the mouth to be.
Step 2: Base
For the base of my face I used hot pink cream makeup (makeup forever) and started that on my forehead, cheeks and chin. Then I got a baby pink (fantasy marks) and pt that everywhere else. Then I grabbed a lavender purple (fantasy marks) and lightly added that into the hot pink. After I set everything with clear setting powder.
Step 3: Strips
For the strips I used a metallic purple body paint (Mehron) and a metallic pink body paint (mehron)
Step 4: Nose
I used that purple body paint to make my nose and I used the pink body paint to contour it.
Step 5: Mouth Start
to start the mouth I used black body paint (wolffe effects) and I drew a line from my nose to the mouth, and I outlined the whole mouth. I also started outlining where the teeth will be.
Step 6: Details
I used that black body paint to fill in the mouth and also add whisker marks. I used white body paint to fill in the teeth. I even detailed around the mouth with that black.
Step 7: More Stripes
I added more stripes with that purple and pink body paint.
Step 8: Eyeshadow
I used a dark purple eye shadow all over the lid (it's called mad hatter and it's from urban decay) and then I used a pink eyeshadow to blend it out (also from urban decay it's called cake)
Step 9: More Detail
Using that black body paint I added more details.
Step 10: CAKE
Using that cake color I shadowed around the face.
Step 11: Eyeliner
I added a winged eyeliner with black liquid liner.
Step 12: Body
I took a little of that hot pink and filled in around the neck and chest.
Step 13: Even More Stripes
I added stripes to the body with the same purple and pink.
Participated in the
Halloween Costume Contest 2016