Skull Makeup

Products Used:

Maybelline Matte and Poreless Foundation
Laura Mercier Translucent Powder
Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Pencil
Tarte x Styled By Hrush Palette (Cheeky)
Kat Von D Monarch Eyeshadow Palette (Wrath (black eyeshadow) and Papilio (dark brown))
Kylie Cosmetics The Bronze Palette (Citrine) (orange eyeshadow)
Charlotte Tilbury Rock 'N' Kohl Eye Pencil
Kat Von D Tattoo Liner


Use a foundation a few shades lighter than your skin tone. Apply the foundation to the face, neck and eyelids using a beauty blender or foundation brush. Set the foundation with the  translucent powder. Apply a peach eyeshadow to the upper crease of the eyelid which will serve as your transition shade. Next apply a dark brown shadow lower in the crease from inner corner to outer corner. Lastly use black eyeshadow from the same palette to further define the crease and place all over the lid. Line the eyes with a black pencil eyeliner. Use a black eyeshadow to smudge out the lower lash line. Next use orange eyeshadow to blend the bottom lash line out. Create the skull nose using a liquid black eyeliner. Try to make the points uneven. Apply the black shadow on top of the eyeliner to set it. Next outline the desired cheek bones using the black eyeshadow. Using the orange eyeshadow blend the cheekbone line down to create a gradient effect. Also use the orange and black shadows to create frown lines on the forehead and darken the perimeter of the face. For the final step use the liquid eyeliner and extend a line of each side of the lip to further extend the mouth. Draw vertical lines along the mouth.

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