How To: Chic Butterfly Makeup

Want to do something cute and creative for Halloween, but really don’t feel like covering your face in paint and fake blood? This chic butterfly makeup tutorial is easy to follow, so let’s get started!

Beautiful butterfly!

1.) Start with your base: Prime and moisturize your face to ensure an even surface for your foundation. Put concealer on any dark spots on your face or neck that you’d like to conceal. Blend out your concealer with a damp beauty sponge or blending brush. Apply foundation to your face and blend it out. Now is the time to do your brows as well!

Step 1. Base makeup

2.) Using Morisot (hot pink lip liner) from Lip Sketch by Musée Beauty, draw out the shape of your butterfly wings.

Step 2. Map out the butterfly wings using lip liner

3.) Shade in the butterfly wings using the Musée Beauty Impressionism Palette. Kaya used the shades Amaranthine (matte fuchsia), Waterlily (shimmering pink), Sunrise (shimmering orange), and Wisp (icy champagne) to create a gradient effect.

Step 3. Create a gradient effect with eyeshadows

4.) Apply tiny rhinestones using eyelash glue to the edge of your butterfly wings.

Step 4. Rhinestones on the edges of the wings

5.) Finish off the look by lining your lips with Morisot (creamy pink lip liner) and then filling them in completely. Top off your lips with Cassatt in Lip Glaze by Musée Beauty

Beautiful butterfly!

Finish the look by wearing a matching pink outfit and adding dramatic fluttery lashes! If you decide to recreate this look, we would love to see it! Tag us with #museebeautyhalloween so we can see your creativity.

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