Moon Goddess Halloween Makeup Tutorial
With only 4 days to go until Halloween and 4 days left of Blogtober today I’ll be sharing with you my last Halloween makeup look! I hope you all enjoy my Moon Goddess Halloween makeup tutorial.
- First I moisturised with the Charlotte Tilbury Magic Cream.
- Then I applied the Kat Von D Lock-it Foundation with the Spectrum B01 brush.
- I then set the foundation with the RCMA No Colour Powder.
- Taking the shade Noir from the Anastasia Beverly Hills Sultry Palette with a Spectrum A02 brush I started stippling the black shade across my forehead and down my temples. Then I blended it out toward the centre of my forehead.
- With the same brush, I used the shade Stormy Night from the Beauty Bay EYN Bright Palette and started filling in the rest of my forehead, my nose and cheeks, again in a stippling motion.
- Once I was happy with the coverage I then took the purple shade, Drama Queen, from the Beauty Bay Palette and went back over a few areas and blended this shade down my cheeks. I wanted to really encapsulate a midnight sky with the use of black, navy and deep purple shades.
- Lastly, I applied the shade Blue Ice, from the ABH Moonchild Glow Kit to my nose, cheekbones and across my forehead to give the whole thing a more luminescent look.
- Using the silver shade, Cyborg, from the ABH Sultry palette, I brushed this over my eyelids and used Noir again to tone it down and blend it out.
- I then used the Charlotte Tilbury Rock and Kohl eyeliner in the shade Bedroom Black for my waterline.
- To finish off I used the Benefit BADgal BANG Mascara.
Moon and Stars
- Using the NYX White Eyeliner I began placing a cluster of dots/stars underneath my eyes and across my nose and cheekbones.
- I then placed more dots/stars on my temples, working up toward my forehead and toward the centre.
- In the very centre of my forehead, I drew a full moon with the white liner, with two crescent moons either side reflective of the moon goddess symbol. I also added two smaller circles after the crescent moon to give it something extra.
- For my lipstick, I used the Ciate Glitter Flip lipstick in the shade Iconic.
Let me know what you think of this Moon Goddess Halloween makeup look in the comments below! I had a lot of fun creating this look and was really happy with the end result. While you’re here don’t forget to subscribe to my blog. You can also follow me on Instagram, Twitter and Pinterest too. Thanks for reading!