Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Bride of Frankenstein Stitched Face Makeup


Hello :)

This is a look I did for Halloween and a day before for a test run. A lot of inspiration from Rick Baker's 'Bride of Frankenstein' makeup he did with MAC Cosmetics a few years ago for the Halloween season. This lasted me all day with the use of minimal products. It took an additional 20 minutes on top of my make-up routine to do the stitches and shading. All this look consists of is your regular makeup (in a deadly fashion of course) lipliners in a nude pink and deep red, mauve toned blush, taupe eyeshadow for shading, and liquid latex for the the thread to adhear to the face.

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Products Used
Face:
Too Faced Primed and Poreless Primer
Kat Von D Lock It Tattoo Foundation - 42
Essence All About Matt! Fixing Compact Powder
ELF Studio Blush - Mellow Mauve
Too Faced Chocolate Bar Palette - Milk Chocolate (Contour)
Kat Von D Shade and Light Eye - Lazarus (Countour)
Sugarpill - Tako (Highlight)
NYX Matte Setting Spray

Eyes:
Too Faced Shadow Insurance
Too Faced Chocolate Bar Palette - White Chocolate, Milk Chocolate
Kat Von D Shade+Light Eye - Laetus, Samael, Solas, Lucius, Lazarus, Saleos, Shax, Liberatus, Sytry, Latinus 
Sugarpill - Tako, Acidberry 
Physicians Formula Eye Bossting Pen - Blackest Black
Inglot AMC Gel Eyeliner - 77
Essence I Love Extreme Crazy Volume Mascara 

Brows:
Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow - Taupe

Lips:
Jeffree Star Cosmetics Velour Liquid Lipstick - Unicorn Blood 

Special Effects:
NYX Lipliner - Nude Pink (light pink stitches), Auburn (irritated holes of black stitches)
ELF Studio Blush - Mellow Mauve (Shading on stitches)
ELF 140 Eyeshadow Palette - Matte Taupe (Shading), Matte Dark Pink (Shading/Setting), Dusty Ruse (Shading/Setting)
Embroidery Thread (Stitches)
Liquid Latex

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2 comments:

  1. Scary White girl >.< . Your pale White skin makes this look great though.

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  2. Thank you. Though this was a Halloween look. So it was meant to be a tad scary :)

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