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Monday, 19 September 2011

Sugar Skull Makeup Tutorial for Dia de los Muertos

Halloween 31st Oct and Dia de los Muertos 1st and 2nd November are coming up soon and I have had a lot of people interested in this look again this year. So I thought I would do an update of the year before. Last year my look was more colourful and less sinister, so this year I went for something a little more dark. 
I hope you enjoy it. 

HERE'S WHAT I USED:
I used Kryolan face paints in- dark green, black, pink, red, aubergine, lilac (these are not the colour names on the palettes, this is so you can go and find a brand that suits you in the colours you need)

Barry M  - Black lipstick
Maybelline- Mascara
Naturalites- Eyelashes
MAC- Black glitter pot and Pink Reflects glitter

I used all synthetic brushes. You can go to any art shop and get them if you need them. 

HERE'S HOW I DID IT:


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