Halloween makeup designs has become much more than skulls and zombie prosthetics. Inspired by makeup from Kabuki’s spring 2016 season, unusual makeup has caught the crowd’s attention, but many don’t have the nerve to wear – unless it’s Halloween.
Stenciled lashes create a dramatic black eye that is more ingénue than punk-style. The look resembles a comic book illustration which makes it very interesting.
Kabuki created a “Cleopatra” look with gilded blunt eyeliner using metallic contact paper, for the Blondes spring 2016 runway show. Turn the look from ancient to futuristic by pointing ends sweeping up toward the temples.
Mixed media glitter may easily veer into the 70’s disco queen territory except when this metallic silver eye is paired with shimmering nude lips, the look turns into whimsical woodland fairly. This eye trend should appear as if the glitter is trickling down to create the effortless look.
This Halloween, Dia de los Muertos is a hot trend for makeup pros. With pretty much anything-goes, you can add as many colors, flowers, and stitches as you want.
Makeup professionals are raving over the favorite Ice Queen themed look this year. All this effortless look needs is some frosty white mascara and a messy side braid for an instant glammed version of Elsa.
Create the zombie look with a delicate balance that is scary without being over grotesque. Update the traditional Halloween white face paint with Frankenstein green or corpse-like gray. Skip the dark statement lip trend and go for a chalky gray hue for a chic trendy look.