Rimmel Moisture Renew Lipsticktop to bottom, left to right 150 Piccadilly Pink, 170 Ringa Ringa Roses, 180 Vintage Pink, 210 Fancy, 220 Heather Shimmer, 260 Amethyst Shimmer, 310 Back To Fuchsia, 330 Sloane’s Plum, 360 As you Want Victoria, 500 Diva Red, 660 In Love With Ginger , 720 Notting Hill Nude, 780 Camden Brown
Start off by pulling your hair back and washing your face. We need a clean surface so our make up with glide on seamlessly. I chose to go with Neutrogena’s pink grape fruit exfoliator. This is great to scrub away grit and grime.
This leads us to our next preparation step.
Make sure to apply a primer to your face to help make up apply smoothly. I like L'Oreal’s perfecting base due to my oily skin.
If you have dry skin I highly recommend Monistat chafing cream for a matte finish that is gentle on dry and sensitive skin.
Step : White out
Now apply a matte white Halloween costume make up cream. Really any formula will work, I personally purchased mine from the dollarma. Apply the cream make up down the bridge of your nose, under your eyes and just below your brows
Step 3: Powder
Chose a brown pressed powder approximately two shades darker than your natural skin tone. I chose Cover Girls “clean” pressed powder in the shade 165 “Tawny”. Apply along your hair line, your cheeks and along your jawline with an angled brush, and blend out with a fluffy kabuki brush.
Now, contour both sides of your nasal bridge with the shade of pressed powder before.
Step 4: Polka dot spots
Place some of the cream white makeup onto the back of your hand and apply dots of said makeup on your forehead and onto your cheek bones
Step 5: Brows
Now define and fill in your brows, personally when it comes to brows Ink the bigger is better. Think Audrey Hepburn. Defining your brows will frame your face. For this look I like ELF cosmetics brow kit, which you can get at any drug store for under 5$., but any brown pencil or even a dark eye shadow will work.
Step 6: Button Nose
Now draw on a small button nose with your favourite black eye liner. I personally recommend using a black pencil liner, and then a black liquid liner on top so your nose will lost longer through out the night.
Step 7: Doe eyes
Pick up your favourite liner and create chic cat eye, now from the point recede back and draw in the crease of you eye to a achieve a double winged liner, similar to twiggy. Just like your nose, I recommend using a pencil liner under and a liquid on top for a long lasting effect.
Step 8: As above below
Repeat an elongated version of the swiping motion you used above your eyes to below in order to mirror the look. Optional: Draw in some doe like lashed to complete this look near the outer corner of your eye. Now accentuate the button nose with a tiny curve.
Eye Items used: Elf Cosmetics liquid liner
Too faced: better than sex mascara
Grandoise by Estee Lauder
Apply a few coats of mascara and apply your lipstick of choice. You can also draw in a little crease above your nose with your pressed powder from before or some dark eye shadow.