Want to be a vampiress this Halloween? Use Halloween makeup to take your vampire costume to a fang-tastic level! Note: some makeup products may cause an adverse reaction in people who have latex allergies.
Grease makeup in white, gray, and black
Eyeshadow in red and black
Lipsticks in black and red
Fangs with adhesive
1) Make your skin pale
Vampires are always pale since they avoid the sunlight. Start by using a stipple sponge or makeup sponge to apply a thin layer of white makeup from the Classic Vampire Makeup Kit over your entire face, neck and ears.
2) Contour your face with gray makeup
Follow up with grey makeup in the hollows of your cheeks, under your chin and along your neck to add contour.
3) Add dramatic eyebrows
Now draw on dramatic arched eyebrows with black makeup.
4) Create striking vampire eyes
Making your eyes look sultry is key for a striking vampire look. Mix red and black eye shadow to make a deep red color, then apply it to your eyelids and under your eyes.
5) im your eyes in black
Outline your eyes with a black makeup. Use an eyeshadow applicator to extend the black eyeliner on your top lid out past the edge of your eye.
6) Line your lips in black, then fill with red lipstick
Line the edges of your lips with black lipstick, then fill the center with bright red.
7) Add luxurious lashes
Make your eyes extra-alluring by adding false eyelashes. Apply eyelash glue to the bottom of the false eyelash line, blow on it to make it sticky, then gently press the lashes onto your top lashes.
8) Add vampire fangs and blood
Now add some gleaming fangs like the Sexy Bites Fangs so you look like a real vampire. Squeeze some adhesive into the openings on the fangs then press the fangs onto your eye teeth. Next add a trail of blood down your chin, like a vampire who's just fed.
9) Accessorize with a wig and necklace
Finish your vampiress look with jet black locks like the Vampiress Wig; just style the bangs as you like. Hang the Deluxe Vampire Medallion around your neck and you're ready to run the town.