Werewolf Makeup inspired by the work of 3Demonic. I created this look for a Halloween collaboration hosted by 2fabmakeup4u.
I love 3Demonic's work! The details are incredible. I might recreate more of it in the future.
From left to right
- Elf- Translucent Mattifying Powder
- NYX- Jumbo Eye Pencil in Milk
- Kat Von D- Tattoo Liner in Trooper
- Urban Decay-Smoked Palette
- Bh Cosmetiscs- BH Party Girl After Hours Eyeshadow Palette
- Graftobian Pro Paint in White Swan.
- Wolfe Faceart FX- Essentials Hydrocolor 12 color palette, skin palette, monster palette
- Mehron Paradise Paint in Black, Yellow, LT. Brown,
- Brushes- MadeULook brushes, Ecotools Stippling Brush, Naked 2 brush, Electric palette brush, NYX b22 angled eyeliner brush, and craft brushes.
Having a little fun and the original sketch for the werewolf makeup.
The first day I tried doing the werewolf makeup I didn't really like the way the proportions were working out. I also ran out of time, because I like to take pictures in the daylight.
When I looked in the mirror and realized I had hours left of work still to complete. I made the tough decision to call it a night and was it off.
For what ever reason I had a lot of trouble the first day with blending and shaping things the way I wanted. So for day two I went about it completely different. I didn't sketch the hole thing out I just started with the mouth and worked outward from there.
This look was almost entirely done with face paints. Once I had all the paint on I went through with a little eye shadow to help blend everything and add a bit more dimension.
To make my eyelashes disappear.
- I use NYX Jumbo Pencil in milk for a base.
- I completely coat my eyelashes with the Jumbo Pencil.
- Then they are ready for paint and/or eyeshadow
I went in at the end and add a little detail here and there with kats tattoo liner, I didn't want everything to have a black outline, but I did outline the teeth and lips to help them stand out better.
Of course I had to take a few goofy pictures when I was done! This look was a lot of work. I was hesitant to even try it, but I'm so glad I did. I'm enjoying pushing my limits. I have so many more makeups like this to show you guys for Halloween!! Make sure you're following me on Instagram that's the first place all the looks get posted.
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