Halloween Look: Vampire Witch...

Saturday, October 08, 2016
Halloween Look: Vampire Witch
This post is very exciting because I'm not only working with a website that I've been browsing for years but it is my first halloween post of the year! As you may have figured by now if you follow me on Twitter (@ofbeautyand) or if you have been following my blog since last Halloween then you'll know that I'm a bit obsessed with not just Halloween makeup but Halloween TV, movies, books and general nostalgia.

For my first Halloween look of the year, I have decided to create a more glamorous and less scary look than previous years - my creepy doll and clown looks are a little disturbing and my even my Cheshire Cat Halloween look is a little...scary. So today's look is easy to create and it looks quite glam but obviously because it is a Halloween look, there will be blood. I had no idea what to name this look as I think it is quite a glamorous witchy look but with the blood it's quite vampiric.
Halloween Look: Vampire Witch
I was sent a couple of products from Ere Perez and Pam (Precious About Makeup) to create this look which is super exciting. The look is really easy to create as I first started with my regular foundation, concealer, powder, contour and brow pencil/gel. Here's the full list of the products I used:

- Lancome Cushion Foundation
- Essence Stay All Day Concealer
- Vichy Setting Powder
- Eye of Horus Brow Pencil/Gel
- NYX Blush in Taupe
- Tom Ford Extreme Mascara
- Urban Decay Naked 2 Palette
- Kiko Eyeshadows
- Threads False Lashes
- Essence Silver Eyeliner
- *Ere Perez Black Eyeliner
- *Make Up For Ever Rouge Artist Natural Lipstick in N43
- *Bloody Marvellous Professional Runny Blood

I used a combination of shadows from the Urban Decay Naked 2 Palette and the Kiko Eyeshadow Palette that I made to create a basic black, almost metallic looking, smoky eye. Then I used a silver eyeliner as a highlight and a black liner on the upper and lower waterlines followed by mascara. I don't wear false lashes therefore they are a little tricky for me to apply so I cut up the outer corners of my Threads lashes and just applied them to the outer corners which actually gave a really pretty effect!
Halloween Look: Vampire Witch
Now onto the lips and blood, I applied a nude lipliner all over the lips then I applied the Make Up For Ever Lipstick over the top - this shade is just gorgeous, it's a pretty and unique orange shade (I really want to try more products from Make Up For Ever!). Now the blood, I haven't used fake blood before so I didn't know if it would stain or if it would be really messy to use. The runny fake blood I have is actually really easy to use, it doesn't stain the skin and you don't need a lot of blood to get a great effect! I just used the lid of the blood tube to apply it to my face and it drips down really realistically, in my opinion. As the blood was over my mouth I did unintentionally eat some of the blood but thankfully it is safe to swallow although I obviously wouldn't recommend it - it makes the teeth look orange and gory!

What do you think of my first Halloween look of 2016? Have you tried any of these products? Will you be creating any Halloween looks this year? 

10 comments

  1. This looks so killer, girl! My Halloween face last year was dreadful so I'll be following your tips this year and hopefully won't end up looking like I fell over into a paint pot!

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  2. Good God! That look is so killer! Totally rocking it!

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  3. This amazing, so obsessed with the eye makeup!! I'm awful with makeup haha but definitely going to try and recreate this. Would love if you could check out my new post?

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  4. This looks amazing, so pretty but yet also spooky! Such a great Halloween look.

    Jessica xx

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  5. Amazing makeup and that blood looks great haha.

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  6. Super cool
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  7. Mate I saw this on Instagram or Twitter or some form of social media and it freaked me out a bit it was so good! Such a fun post I bet you had a blast creating it! Loved it! xx

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  8. This is cool. I don't personally enjoy the difficult halloween looks just 'cause it's so hard for a non-makeup-artist to follow but these simple tutorials I like! :)

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  9. I saw this picture on twitter as your icon and honestly thought it was photoshop. it looks so great!
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