Wednesday, 26 October 2016

DIY Halloween Makeup

Easy Halloween DIY wound ripped mouth zombie liquid latex tissue fake blood

Hey everyone! Hope you're well! Today I wanted to share with you a Halloween DIY video where I do some easy wounds. I'm going to a Halloween party on Friday so I wanted to do a test run of my makeup. Obviously I'm not a pro and I'm sure people that know how to do SFX makeup are cringing inside haha! But I'm happy with how it turned out! And I thought it was relatively easy to do and other than liquid latex and fake blood everything else I already had! :)


What I used:
Liquid Latex- Wilkinsons (£1.50)
Toilet Roll
Foundation- Old cheap 2true one
Red Lipliner- Primark (£1)
Aubergine Lipliner- Primark (£1)
Berry Lipstick- Lidl
Fake Blood- Co-op (£1)
Brushes- Poundland





Before I started with my fake wounds I did my eye makeup. I decided to go for a really dark eye look and I lined under my lower lash line with eyeshadow to help make my eyes look more dramatic and sunken. 

I bought some cheap brushes from Poundland as I didn't want to ruin my makeup brushes, especially with liquid latex. I started off with brushing a thin layer of liquid latex on my face where I wanted the wound to go. I separated out the toilet roll into each individual layer and I tore off little pieces and put them on top of the liquid latex. I then brushed more liquid latex on top creasing it and squishing it around and molding it how I wanted and I kept repeating this until I had my desired shape.



Once they were all dry I went over it all with some foundation so that I wasn't left with white tissue. Using the red lipliner I filled in all the gaps and went around the edges and basically put it wherever I wanted. You can probably tell that I wasn't being the neatest haha!

I then went over the edges with a dark lipliner to make it look like shadows and to add some depth and dimension to my wounds. An even darker lipliner probably would have been better or maybe even a darker red/brown but I thought this would do XD



Using a cheap lipstick I then went over all the raised bits and areas that hadn't been coloured in. Using a brush I then blended it all nicely so that you couldn't see anymore foundation poking through :)

I decided to go back in with my dark lipliner as some parts had been blended out so I added some more shadows in. You could easily add more colours or products but I didn't bother :)


Finally, I covered everything in fake blood. I found it easier to squeeze some into the cap and use a brush but whatever's easiest for you. I started by putting it in the wounds in the gaps and then I added it around, put some randomly on my face and I drizzled some down my forehead. I decided to put some on my lips and that was it!




Easy Halloween DIY wound ripped mouth zombie liquid latex tissue fake blood


I'm quite happy with how it turned out! I would recommend following the instructions on the liquid latex and doing a patch test before you use it. My face was quite sensitive to it haha! It didn't actually take long to do.. I'd say maybe about half an hour? Do you have any plans for Halloween? :)


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Here's a video tutorial basically showing you the same thing haha! :)

130 comments:

  1. You are very talented my dear. You look fantastic in this make up, blood looks so real :-)

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  2. It looks so real and I love the blod so cool 👌🏻
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  3. Wow ... Looks amazing, my dear. Thank´s for the DIY <3

    Kiss Martina
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  4. Love your tips here! This is perfect for Halloween! I just love your videos as well :) http://www.bauchlefashion.com/2016/10/hot-bucket-in-city.html

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  5. Love it, it seems so simple. Thanks for sharing :)

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  6. You’re so amazing at makeup! I’d love to try this but I struggle matching my foundation to my skin-tone haha This looks so awesome though!

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    1. Thank you so much! You can skip out the foundation step! :) xx

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  7. This is a fabulous DIY tips for Halloween Nev and it looks so real;)

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  8. Wow you did such a great job!
    xo
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  9. This looks really scary! Perfect for Halloween! xoxo

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  10. Giiiirl how amazing does this look though? You've done such an amazing job!


    Elle
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    xx

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  11. This looks so real! I think you've done a fantastic job. I don't have plans for Halloween, though with all the cool tutorials and costumes about, I kind of wish I did! x

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    1. Thank you so much! I know there are so many cool tutorials! Hopefully you have plans next year! :) xx

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  12. This looks so so good! You are so talented!

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  13. OHMYGOD this is incredible! I love how real it looks! x

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  14. Wow, this looks so legit! So impressed you did it yourself.

    Amy Ann
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  15. This is amazing, and you look so cool! I had no idea that Wilkinson's did liquid latex for such a cheap price, I'll definitely have to check them out for that! Love the final look - so creative and very cool for Halloween. - Tasha

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    1. Thank you much Tasha! I'd be wary using it though if you have sensitive skin! It took my skin a few days to recover haha :) xx

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  16. Oh wow, that looks hideous! In a good way! You did a good job with that.

    Raindrops of Sapphire

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  17. Such a great tutorial, the transformation is unbelievable!
    xo
    Siffat
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  18. This is SO good, lady! You killed this!

    -Ashley
    Le Stylo Rouge

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  19. Wow this is impressive !

    I'm still looking for a halloween make up but I might go with this one. Thank you for sharing it with us.

    Kenza from http://travelwithkenza.blogspot.co.uk/

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  20. Looks amazing!
    Have a nice evening!
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    1. Thank you Gil! Have a good weekend :) xx

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  21. I lovee this, saw your youtube as well.
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    we subscribed to you, and we are following you as well, love your work.
    Kisses,
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    1. Thank you Maja! I also subscribed :) xx

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  22. This looks great.

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  23. Amazing tutorial. Thanks for sharing
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  24. Wow, this is an absolutely incredible job! It looks so real!!!

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  25. Hi dear, you are very creative, have a great weekend!
    xo

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    1. Thank you! Have a lovely weekend! :) xx

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  26. Thank you :D

    OMG, you really have a talent :o So amazing!

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  27. This looks super scary and amazing for halloween. Have a nice weekend. Gemma x
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  28. Giiiirl I doubt anyone would be cringing inside at this - you've done such an incredible job!! It genuinely looks gorey haha :)

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    1. Thank you so much! I'm sure the professionals are haha! :)

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  29. I love how it turned out and it looks very realistic! Thank you for sharing :)

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  30. Wow this is amazing girl! Such a great job!

    Xx,

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  31. Wow, it looks so real! Well done!

    LUXESSED

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  32. So cool makeup!

    xx LL

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  33. Love the make up
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  34. Great post! This is exactly what I need))
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  35. Ooh I love this! great work, I've always wondered how people do the fake blood and wounds! :)

    Metallic Paws

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    1. Thank you Izzy! I'm sure there are other ways but I thought this was quite easy and turned out okay! :) xx

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  36. Wonderful DIY halloween makeup!

    God bless,

    XO, Claire

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  37. You look amazing dear!

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  38. this is super cool! how creative is this makeup look for halloween :)
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  39. how is it that you still look gorgeous nev?

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  40. Oh wow, these look so good! Well done on that!

    -Kati

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  41. That's a great halloween make up and it looks pretty easy too!

    Thanks for sharing!

    Andrea.

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    1. Thank you Andrea! It wasn't hard and it was my first attempt too haha! :) xx

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  42. Great make up :) That looks impressive :)

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  43. It looks so real, it's scary. It is really amazing how you managed to create professionally looking wounds and all that under 30 min! If I didn't know it was DIY, I would say this Halloween make up look was created by a professional make up artist.

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    1. That's so very sweet of you Ivana! It didn't take long at all and that included letting it all dry! :) xx

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  44. i love this post! i hope you're having an amazing day :)

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    1. Thank you Mihaela! Have a good weekend! :) xx

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  45. This is a great idea for Halloween, I love how real it looks!

    Camila,
    My Vogue Style | www.myvoguestyle.com

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  46. You did SUCH a good job! Loved this tutorial!

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  47. I always wanted to do that but I have never tried! Love it!
    Dora www.BangsBang.com

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    1. You should give it a go! It isn't that hard :) xx

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  48. It looks really cool! Love the teased hair, too!

    Bella Pummarola

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  49. Hello,

    Great job ! :D

    Sarah, http://www.sarahmodeee.com/

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  50. Such a cool make up idea for Halloween! Have a lovely week! <3

    Andreea,
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    1. Thank you! Enjoy the rest of your weekend! :)

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  51. Well done, you are so good, this looks amazing!! :) xxx

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  52. Stunning make-up, great job!! :D

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  53. Oh my gosh girl this looks so freaky- which I guess is what you want for Halloween!! You are really good at SFX makeup

    Rachel xx
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  54. Ovo je fenomenalno. Odusevljena sam... ljubac

    Da li bi volela da zapratimo jedna drugu? Mozes mi reci svoje misljenje na mom blogu.

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  55. Such a perfect halloween make up!
    xx,
    Margot
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  56. I don't like Halloween but you are very clever!!

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