How To: Easy Vampire Makeup

It’s Spooky SZN and you know what that means! If you haven’t figured out your costume yet (or you just want to chill around the house in Halloween makeup throughout the month because why not), consider being a Vampire! It’s a tried and true classic, and for good reason. Here’s a pictorial on how to achieve a fang-tacular Halloween look using the Musée Beauty Impressionism Palette!

Vampire makeup

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 and brows

2.) You want to look gaunt and EXHAUSTED. Apply shades Amaranthine and Almond from the Musée Beauty Impressionism Palette (or a magenta and sky blue) to your under eye and blend thoroughly. 

Step 2. Add under-eye shadows

3.) Apply shade Haystacks (a deep cool toned brown) to your crease and blend it into a wing.

Step 3. Add eyeshadow

4.) Take shade Poppies (red) and create a wing from your outer corner, and apply Poppies to your inner eye into your nose bridge. The picture shows the shape to apply Poppies.

Step 4. Apply red eyeshadow

5.) Add a shimmery red eyeshadow to the middle of your under-eye in the shape of an upside down triangle. Draw an upside-down crucifix to your cheekbone for an extra touch.

Step 5. Extra touches

6.) Apply shade Poppies to the inside of your lips and add some to the corner of your mouth to simulate blood dripping. Top it off with shade Cassatt of Lip Glaze (clear pink lip gloss). 

Vampire makeup

Nice work, Dracula! Wear black and avoid garlic, bright lights, and wooden stakes. 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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