I’ve been going to Halloween parties since I was a kid, but I’ve never been as excited as I am about this year’s event.
I’m not sure why, but this year, I’m even more excited to celebrate the day with friends and family.
I’ve found that I can really pull off the makeup look that’s so fun to wear for a party, especially for people who don’t normally wear makeup.
Here are my tips for getting the most out of your Halloween makeup.
Be honest with yourself about your skin tone This Halloween, it’s important to know your skin tones, and to be honest with how you look.
Don’t be afraid to experiment with shades of green or blue, because you can be so much more natural than your friends and families.
Try on your makeup and then make your own choices You can use whatever makeup you want, but the key is to wear it with care.
Make sure your makeup doesn’t interfere with your skin’s natural processes.
Try to wear your makeup as close to your skin as possible, especially if it’s raining or snowing.
You can also wear a loose, comfortable, and comfortable bra underneath your makeup to give your skin more coverage.
Avoid the eye shadow trick I know this may sound counterintuitive, but it’s really effective.
When you look at yourself in the mirror, think about how you would feel if your eyelashes were colored.
Do you look like a pigtailed witch?
Or do you look more like an elf?
Try to make a list of things you would do to look like that pigtailed elf and then decide if you’re going to try it on.
The next step is to take that list and find a way to make your eyes and lips look like the ones you want to look.
If you want the eyes to look fake, use a mascara instead.
You could try using a liner instead.
If that’s not your thing, try to wear a neutral eye shadow instead.
I found that my eyelashes looked like the one you’d see in a movie.
Go all out with makeup Make sure you’re wearing your makeup that day.
Wear your makeup in layers.
For a party party, wear a light makeup to make sure you don’t look too dark.
Wear dark makeup to look more natural.
Also, make sure that you wear mascara.
If the makeup isn’t right for you, go to your makeup counter and ask to have it remade.
If your makeup is already remade, try a different shade of makeup.
For example, if you wear a bright pink lipstick, use it for a daytime look.
For an evening look, try wearing a more muted shade of lipstick.
You’ll be surprised at how much makeup you can pull off in one day.
Make your own costume This is a trick that I learned from my mother, who had a knack for crafting costumes for Halloween parties.
My mother loved creating costumes and made sure that every costume was as realistic as possible.
For Halloween parties, I make a few basic outfits and then add on a few extras, such as props, props that are out of this world, and costumes that aren’t really Halloween costumes.
My main costume for a Halloween party is a purple-colored pumpkin.
I wear purple hair, gloves, a headdress, a Halloween mask, and a hat.
I also wear gloves to wear when my costume is out, and I always wear makeup to put on my face.
I do a lot of Halloween makeup myself, but you can also find inspiration for your own Halloween costumes at my Pinterest board.
If there’s a Halloween costume you like, or a costume that you’ve always wanted to try but never did, let me know!