Top 10 Easy Halloween Makeup Tutorial

Looking for Halloween makeup ideas? We found a nice compilation where you can get scary looks. Don’t worry, they are very easy to make!

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Glam Skull Make up

If you’re looking for something a little different this year, try this look for Halloween! It’s glam and scary.

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Sugar Skull Halloween Makeup

This is the RED Sugar Skull Makeup for Halloween! Looks beautiful and scary at the same time.

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Halloween Makeup – Queen of The Dead

Learn how to become queen of the dead for Halloween this year! Creep everyone out, while still rockin’ your look.

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Fall Makeup Tutorial Using 100% DRUGSTORE Products

Products used: Neutrogena Healthy Skin Liquid Makeup (shade natural beige) Maybelline Master Camo Correct & Conceal Palette Bourjois Healthy Balance Powder #53 NYX Taupe Blush Physicians Formula Butter Bronzer ELF Passion Pink Baked Blush Wet ‘N Wild Highlighters NYX Taupe Micro Brow Pencil Wet ‘N Wild Naked Truth Palette Maybelline City Mini Rooftop Bronzes Palette […]

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FALL Vampy Cut Crease Makeup

Here is a recreation of dark & vampy cut crease makeup look. This really gets me in the Fall mood & excited for the season! What other looks do you wanna see?

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Maybelline – How To Apply Foundation

Learn how to apply foundation and get the perfect skin complexion using FIT ME® foundation, powder and concealer. Here are the steps brought to us by Maybelline. Maybelline – How To Apply Foundation

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Hot Sexy Red Glitter Lips

From the red carpet to real life, glitter lips are a trend to take note of. Learn how to rock lips that sparkle!

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Smoked Out Winged Liner Glam Makeup Tutorial

PRODUCTS USED: ⇢ Annytude SULTRY Lashes ⇢ Annytude Shadow Shields ⇢ MAC Paint Pot in Soft Ocher ⇢ Makeupgeek In The Nude Palette ⇢ Makeupgeek Noir Eyeshadow ⇢ Sigma Beauty Wicked Gel Eyeliner ⇢ Marc Jacobs Blacquer High Liner Pencil ⇢ NYC Liquid Liner ⇢ MAC Bad and bold lash mascara ⇢ MAC Mixing Medium […]

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How to FIX Broken Makeup

All you need is 70% rubbing alcohol. This method will NOT change the way your product works, or the formula. It may look a little lumpy at the end but that’s it.

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