Halloween Tutorial: Lichtenstein

Sunday, October 26, 2014
My second halloween look for 2014, I wanted to create a few less scary looks as not all halloween looks have to be very gory and spooky. This look is inspired by Lictenstein and comic book characters. I love this abstract, comic style halloween look but this makeup is a little time consuming and as it is so simple, there is no where to hide if you make a mistake. 

Products used:

Max Factor Luminizer Foundation (40 Light Ivory)
Barry M White Creme Foundation 
Avon Black Supershock Eyeliner 
Sephora Own Liquid Waterproof Liners (Black and Navy Blue)
Yves Rocher Moisturising Cream Lipstick (101 Framboise)
Benefit Gimme Brow (Medium/Deep)

Starting with the base, I used the Max Factor Luminizer Foundation again with my Real Techniques brushes that I LOVE. I lightly filled in the brows. Then I used the white foundation for the dots on my face, I used a large nail dotting tool to add the dots which was fairly time consuming - a white eyeliner would be better. Next the black pencil liner for the lines on the nose, lips, tears and around the edges of the face which really bring the look together. Then before I fill in the lips and tears I applied a small section of white on the same side of each for a bit of a cartoon effect. I used a red lipstick to fill in the lips being careful not to smudge the white section, do the same on the tear - the tear was easier as I used a bright blue liquid liner. I think this halloween makeup look works well with volumized hair or a big ponytail!

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What do you think of my comic book/Lichtenstein makeup look? 

12 comments

  1. I used to love studying Lichtenstein! This is a fab look xx
    Love VictoriaJanex

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  2. Love how you have photographed this look its brilliant!
    Life Starts At Eighteen

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  3. It turned out so well! You did a great job xx

    Emily ⎜ Daisy Locks

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  4. I've also tried out this pop art look and I really loved recreating it! I love pop art so this is perfect!

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  5. This looks really cool, well done!

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  6. the makeup looks gorgeous for halloween
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  7. This is such a clever idea!

    Hannah x
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  8. Yet another great, creative look!

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    xx

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  9. great!

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  10. My sister did something like this last Halloween. Love your take on it!

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  11. Adorable! Usually when I see looks like these, the face looks to cluttered and unrealistic, but yours is just darling! <3


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