This was my first attempt at ever doing ANYTHING Halloween related so I am super pumped about how it turned out! I was going to skip doing Halloween makeup all together but when I visited IMATS Vancouver over the weekend, I couldn’t resist picking up some stuff from Ben Nye. I started off with something different and got super frustrated at first but I stuck with it and two hours later, this was the end result. Not too shabby for my first time! Below are the products I used.
The evolution of makeup has come a long long way. In school this week, we learned about the history of makeup. I’m not going to do a long write up about how makeup has evolved since 10,000BC – instead I’m going to write about my homework assignment. We had to pick an era between the 1920’s – 1990’s. Besides talking about the chosen era, social scene and fashion, I spent the majority of my time researching the makeup.
When I do my makeup for the day, I always open a few palettes to try to see what I’m feeling and what I’m not. Almost 90% of the time, I go for a bronze-y/gold look. It’s simple, easy, and not too fancy!
Here are the products I used to create this look: