Cute Pumpkin Halloween Makeup Tutorial
Today I’ll be sharing with you all a tutorial for this cute pumpkin Halloween makeup that I am currently obsessed with!
- First things first, I moisturised my face using the Charlotte Tilbury Magic Cream.
- Then I used the Smashbox Pore Minimising Primer.
- Next, I used the Collection Lasting Perfection Concealer to brighten up my under eye area and cover any blemishes.
- For my foundation, I used the Too Faced Born This Way in the shade Snow.
- Then I set everything in place with the RCMA No Colour Powder.
- For my eyebrows, I used the Nabla Brow Pot in the shade, Venus.
Blush, Contour Highlight
- As usual, I used the ABH Powder Contour Kit to enhance my cheekbones.
- I then used my absolute favourite blush, the Hourglass Ambient Lighting Blush in the shade Mood Exposure.
- Then I applied the shade Lyra from the ABH Aurora Glow Kit to the top of my cheekbones, nose and cupids bow.
- You all know the drill by now…I started off by priming my eyes with the Urban Decay Original Primer Potion.
- Then, using the Juvia’s Place Tribe Palette I used the shade Oromo, which is the bright orange and applied this all over my lid. Blending it out and taking it down to my lower lash line too.
- I then used the NYX Glitter primer and applied a small amount to my lid.
- Using the A16 Spectrum brush I used a copper NYX loose glitter and patted this over my lid.
- With the Stila Stay All Day Liquid Liner I then began to draw a line across my eyelid as normal, then very carefully drew out the mouth of a pumpkin for the wing. This took a lot of time and it isn’t perfect but I was very happy with how it turned out.
- Then, with the same eyeliner, I drew a little nose above the mouth and two pumpkin style eyes.
- To finish off the eyes I applied the Benefit BADgal BANG mascara.
- For my lips, I used the Kat Von D Everlasting Liquid Lipstick in the shade Damned.
Let me know what you think of this cute Halloween pumpkin makeup look in the comments below and if it’s something you would try! I was super happy with how it turned out and thought it was a semi-subtle way to incorporate some Halloween spirit.