Never trust a wolf. Halloween makeup look.

I originally said that I was only doing two Halloween looks but I couldn’t resist posting another. This is my Halloween costume ready for Saturdays Halloween party so I decided to have a makeup test run as wounds can be really tricky to get right. I am a complete novice when it comes to makeup, especially FX makeup so I definitely need more practice!. This is my take on little red riding hood gone wrong!.

 

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Products used in this look-

Wounds-

To make the wounds I used PVA glue and layered tissue on top, once you have built enough layers let it dry until its a tacky texture. Then using a pair of tweezers start tearing a whole in the middle, folding the tissue up as you making it look like torn skin.

I then applied foundation to the wounds as well as the rest of my face to look like the rest of my face. Then using nude eyeshadow to deepen the colour of the scars, red eyeshadow to make the wounds look sore and black on the edges and inside of the wounds to add depth and make them look dirty and bruised. Add some gel blood and you have a gross wound.

Face-

  • Freedom Pro Studio Primer Water
  • Collection Lasting Perfection foundation (shade porcelain)
  • Mac Pro Longwear Concealer (shade NC15)
  • RCMA No Colour Powder
  • Barry M Fall In Love Palette (nude and dark red)
  • Sleek Bad Girl Eyeshadow Palette (shade noir)
  • Snazaroo FX Gel Blood

Eyes-

  • Sleek Bad Girl Eyeshadow Palette (shade noir)
  • Ciate Wonderwand Mascara

Lips-

  • Urban Decay Vice 24/7 Glide On Lip Liner (shade 714)
  • Kat Von D Everlasting Liquid Lipstick (shade outlaw)

 

I hope you like this look, this is my last Halloween post for this year, it has been so fun creating these looks for you beauties!. What are you going as for Halloween? Let me know in the comments below.

Thanks for reading

Rebecca

xox

 

17 Comments Add yours

  1. 😍 this is awesome Rebecca!

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  2. I bet you had a blast creating those cuts ahaha you look amazing 😍😘

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    1. I did indeed! was so fun. Hurt so much removing them though. Thanks sweet x

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  3. Wow …very impressive

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  4. azzurra nox says:

    I was thinking of doing a Red Riding Hood costume this year but then opted for different ones, but I’l truly digging the FX makeup! I don’t have much experience doing FX type wounds either, but I recently did a zombie look for the very first time that turned out creepy enough (that even my own bf didn’t want to kiss me! 😦 haha ).

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    1. Thank you sweet! It is quite difficult to get looking ‘real’ isn’t it! But if your other half didn’t want to kiss you then you must of done a fab job! haha x

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      1. azzurra nox says:

        Haha he tried to cover it up by saying, I didn’t want to mess up your lipstick! And I was like, WHAT LIPSTICK??? I’M NOT EVEN WEARING ANY! Cause ya know, my lips are pretty pale on their own to pass off for dead. shdkfjsd

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  5. quirkitcom says:

    Awh I lovit! It looks so cool. I went as a red ridding hood last year and created my scars with tissue paper and glue. But wow. Your look is amazing

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    1. Thank you lovely! Very fun dressing up, did it hurt taking the glue off? it killed me! x

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      1. quirkitcom says:

        Hahahhahaahah well I used like transparent wood glue, the only glue I had at the time, and I didn’t wet it at ll, I only got a corner loose and pulled and the rest followed. What glue did you use. Well I’m sure it was worth the pain, because it looked amazing!

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      2. Ah not so bad then! I used PVA with tissue paper and I cried a little when taking it off!. Especially around the scar on my nose! Ouch!. Think I will stick to liquid latex next Halloween haha x

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      3. quirkitcom says:

        Hahahahaha I think that’s the best bet, otherwise you’ll mind end up with a real scar😂😱

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