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In this hair and make up tutorial learn how to create a great sexy vampire look for Halloween using eco friendly safe products.
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Sexy Vampire Hair and Makeup Tutorial
We’ll how to look mysterious and sexy this Halloween or the look of vampire from pull off. Moisturize and prime your skin. It’s important to have a great anti-aging moisturizer. You want to use a primer to help hold your makeup all day. I'm using Prime Time. Let’s conceal. I've got a color that’s a little bit lighter than my natural shade and that’s because vampire’s naturally have poor, slim pale look then move on to the light mineral foundation powder.
Then set your foundation with powder. I've got Kiss My Face three way color gray for eyes and lips and cheeks. I'm using it for an eye base. I've got Fresh Minerals perfect eye palette taking the lighter shade and going all over the eye and then coming back in with the darker around the corners and into the crease. Then we’ll go under the eye for a little puffy color.
Next, I take a darkroom color and just apply that over the pink. This is Larenim’s heart and soul. Then go over with the coppery tone. I've got La Femme sparkle dust # 16. If made it, take a blend and brush and blend in the mousse color. Then we’ll take a charcoal color. This is NS Minerals eye powder that I'm using and I just follow the other colors we’ve already applied so on the outer corner and through the crease.
We won’t stop there. We’ll take NS eye powder black and apply that over the charcoal color. Use your blending brush and blend, blend, blend. La Femme sparkle dust #21 is an excellent highlight go in the eye brow arch and the corner of the eyes for a puff. Follow that with some silver liner. This will help open your eyes and make them more dramatic. Using Loreal’s HIP pencil in black I line my lids all the way around. I've got the same pencil we just used and I'm just going to draw a little design on my cheek. This is to make me looking neat and have a little fun.
Curl your lashes. Follow that with some ZuZu luxe mascara in black. You can apply as many coats as you like. Alright, let’s define our brows. I've got Loreal’s bare natural slate color. It’s a little bit darker but I think it goes great with the character. Smooth it out with the brow brush. Back to our Everyday Minerals finishing gloss to powder it off. One last, final accent, we’ll do a little sparkle dust on our cheeks to give us a little puff.
Add fangs, you can get this at any Halloween store. Alright, onto our lips, I'm using Loreal’s slate color that I used on my brows and just lining them and glossing with Kiss My Face 3-way color. Your makeup is complete.
Onto your hair, start by brushing out any tangles you might have. Pull your hair up into sections. Be sure to use a thermal protectant. I've got Chi olive nutrient spritz. This will hold your curl and help shield your hair from any heat damage. As you can see I'm wrapping my hair around the iron. This will give you a loose cork screw curly hair. As you get to the top of your head be sure to take smaller sections. This will give you more curls and making your hair looked more full.
Once your hair is curled down, comb your hands through your head. This will loosen up all the curls and make it look more natural. I've got a black headband and some flower clips that I'm going to attach on the side giving me a modern yet classy vampire look.