Creative Halloween Costume

Halloween is over and now it’s back to our normal lives. No costumes or candy just blazers and coffee, lots of coffee. I ended up making my way down to Salem, Massachusetts for Halloween- let me tell you it is one of the most interesting things I’ve witnessed.

Nearly all of the streets were blocked off, restaurants were charging a $50 cover, there was a carnival, people were camouflaged to match the trees, there were wizards 10 feet tall, Voldemort and Bellatrix were seen out and about- it was a sight to see. If I go next year, I’ll have to step up my game! I was a skeleton- thinking it was going to be a breeze to apply the makeup. I was wrong. A mere four hours later I was ready. Obviously I am no MUA but I thought I did an exceptional job, with my makeup and accessorizing!

Skeleton Makeup

The tutorial I followed can be found here. Be sure to bookmark for next year!

Halloween Makeup

Shop my makeup

Maybelline Fit Me Matte Foundation in Porcelain // NYX Vinyl Liquid Liner // NYX Two Timer Dual Ended Eyeliner // NYX Gel Eyeliner and Smudger // NYX Primal Colors Pressed Pigments Face Powder // e.l.f. Natural Lash Kit // Real Techniques Miracle Complexion Sponge // Real Techniques Starter Kit

Note: Not pictured is the Black and White Halloween Makeup I used for the overall color. If I were to do it over again I would go with the makeup suggested in the tutorial.

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