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Halloween season is here—and you know that means: It’s time to find a costume! Instead of waiting until the day before (or the day of) to figure out what you’re going to wear to your friend’s costume party, do your prep work now. If you want to really impress the crowd, paint your face. We’ve got three super-cool Halloween face makeup tutorials that’ll upgrade even the most basic outfit. Keep reading to find your perfect Halloween look—and don’t forget to ace your base by applying primer and foundation first.
If there’s one makeup trend we can’t get enough of these days, it would have to be galaxy makeup. Seriously, it’s out of this world! Sport this trend on your face on Halloween—but don’t worry, you can still rock a holographic look the other 364 days a year!
Step 1: Highlight, highlight, highlight. It’s time to break out your highlighters! Swipe the L’Oréal Paris Infallible Galaxy Stick in Astro Blue anywhere that light would naturally hit. Think: your cheekbones, the bridge of your nose, the center of your chin, and a touch along your collarbones.
Step 2: Apply lipstick. To add some serious allure to your galaxy makeup look, paint your pout with the L’Oréal Paris Infallible Paints/Lips in Lilac Lust.
Step 3: Highlight your lips. Once your lipstick dries, highlight the center of your lips and your cupid’s bow with the L’Oréal Paris Infallible Galaxy Stick in Astro Blue.
Think of all your favorite villains: What’s something they all have in common? Well, apart from being evil, they all have killer bone structure. Try your hand contouring with the following Halloween face makeup idea.
Step 1: Correct your complexion. Use the color correcting concealers from the L’Oréal Paris Infallible Total Cover Color Correcting Kit to hide any skin imperfections you want to hide, such as dark circles or redness.
Step 2: Chisel the look of your cheeks. Use the L’Oréal Paris Infallible Total Cover Concealing & Contour Kit and the L’Oréal Paris Infallible Blend Artist Contour Blender to contour. Dab the blender into one of the darker colors to create a “3” shape extending from the highest point of your forehead, down and around the outer edge of your face, into the hollow beneath your cheekbones, back out to the edge of your face, and along your jawbone. Then, draw a line of contour down each side of the bridge of your nose to further accentuate your bone structure. From there, blend it all out so that it looks like a natural shadow.
Step 3: Highlight your face. Once you’re done contouring, it’s time to highlight. Dip your blender into the lightest concealer shade, then apply it along your cheekbones, in an upside-down triangle beneath each eye, in a stripe down the bridge of your nose between the two lines of contour, and in the center of your forehead and chin. Blend, blend, blend and you’re good to go.
If you’ve scrolled through your social media feed lately, then you’ve probably peeped girls left and right taking pictures in deer pose. So why not add a cute little deer face to the mix?
Step 1: Contour. Deer makeup is all about a super-heavy contour. So, use a dark shade from the L’Oréal Paris Infallible Total Cover Foundation range to contour and a light shade to highlight. Stipple the foundation onto your face with the L’Oréal Paris Infallible Blend Artist Foundation Blender.
Step 2: Draw on your deer dots. Tie your deer look together with white dots drawn on your cheekbones and forehead with a lighter shade of foundation.
Step 3: Add your nose. Use a black eyeliner to draw on a black nose—your deer makeup look is now complete!
You see, you don’t have to be a pro makeup artist to create a fabulous Halloween face makeup look. All it takes is the right products and a little guidance. If you want even more ideas, read our tutorials for trendy Halloween makeup looks as well as Halloween lip makeup and Halloween eye makeup looks.