Deer Makeup Tutorial


I’ve never done anything like this before makeup wise and I have to say it was really fun. I think I might start doing more of it. The main parts to this Halloween makeup are two different shades of brown eyeshadow, bronzer, black kohl eyeliner, black eyeshadow, and white cream shadow. Do your face as normal but remember to prime. You may want to use a makeup setting spray at the end but do not skimp on the primer. Draw with a brown eyeshadow a line starting at your eyebrows and ending underneath your nose. Use the white cream shadow, Maybelline’s color tattoo’s work great, and put some heavily on your nose. You want this to stand out. Highlight your forehead and cheekbones. You can also use white body paint for your nose as well. Use the same brown shadow to shade the sides of your nose. Your going to look pretty sunburnt this whole time until you drawn your fawn dots in. For those of you who love bronzer this is the makeup for you. Bronzer step is go cray. Use excessive amounts on your forehead, jawline, cheekbones, and temples. Go slightly lighter on actual cheeks and chin. Use your eyeliner to draw your nose and connect it down to your upper lip. I used the shadow to shade in my upper lip, 1. Because I don’t own black lipstick, and 2. Because the eyeliner wasn’t working. put white cream shadow and concealer over your bottom lip. Put white cream eyeshadow under your entire under eye area. Shade that shame brown shadow under it lightly to make it pop. Take that same brown again and work it into the crease of your eye. Add a lighter shade all over and blend. Put on your normal cat eye and extend it farther than normal. Add mascara. For your dear dots just load up a brush with the white cream shadow and dot them all over your forehead and cheeks.













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