Zombie Makeup

To begin…

Start with a clean and moisturized face

Face

Products: Foundation: L’Oreal True Match, N1 soft ivory Concealer: NYX HD Concealer, 02 Setting Powder: DermaBlend, Original Tools: Ulta makeup sponge & Eco Tools, Powder Brush
Products:
Foundation: L’Oreal True Match, N1 soft ivory
Concealer: NYX HD Concealer, 02
Setting Powder: DermaBlend, Original
Tools: Ulta makeup sponge & Eco Tools, Powder Brush

1. Foundation. (Foundation: L’Oreal True Match, N1 soft ivory. Tool: Ulta, makeup sponge)

*Apply your foundation as you normally would if you wear it. You could go a shade lighter if you wanted to emphasis the look*

Pour out a dime sized amount of product on the back of your hand. Dip the sponge into the foundation; you only want a small amount of product. Then apply to your face in pressed, short strokes, blending the foundation into your skin. You can cover only your problem areas, or your entire face. Be sure to blend under your chin and into your neck.

2. Concealer (Concealer:  NYX HD Concealer, 02. Tool: Ulta, makeup sponge)

Apply concealer to any problem areas, and to your chin, the bridge of your nose, your forehead, and under your eyes and the top of your cheek bones in a triangular shape. Blend this with your sponge in pressed, short strokes.

3. Setting Powder (Setting Powder: DermaBlend, Original. Tool: Eco tools, Large Powder Brush)

Dip a large, fluffy powder brush into the setting powder and nock of excess by taping the brush against the edge of the container of the product. Then apply to face; where you applied foundation and concealer if you have oily skin, or only to the places you applied concealer if you have dry or combination skin. Apply more product to brush as needed.

 

Eye shadow

Products: Eye Shadow Primer: Urban Decay Primer Potion, Original Eye shadow: Lorac, Bare, Latte, & Corduroy  Tools: Eco tools, medium round & Sonia Kashuk, No. 116
Products:
Eye Shadow Primer: Urban Decay Primer Potion, Original
Eye shadow: Lorac, Bare, Latte, & Corduroy
Tools: Eco tools, medium round & Sonia Kashuk, No. 116

1. Prime your eyes. (Eye Shadow Primer: Urban Decay Primer Potion, Original)

Swipe the wand over both eyelids. Using a clean finger, dab and gently rub the product onto your entire eyelid and your lower lid.

2. Lid Color. (Eye Shadow: Lorac, Bare. Tool: Medium Rounded brush, Eco tools. )

Using a medium slightly rounded, fluffy brush, apply a base coat of an eyeshadow color to your entire lid and lower lid, approximately the color of your natural skin tone.

3. Crease Color (Eye Shadow: Lorac, Latte. Tool: Rounded Crease Brush, Sonia Kashuk, N116)

Using a rounded, or domed, crease brush, in sweeping motions, apply a slightly darker brown than the nude you had used before. Blend this out so there are no hard lines, but keep the color consistent from crease to brow bone, not faded. Bring this color out past where your lid ends. The idea is to look tired and well, semi dead.

Sweep this color under your eye as well using the same brush, bringing it out to meet the extended eyeshadow on your upper lid.

4. Second Crease (Eye Shadow: Lorac, Corduroy . Tool: Rounded Crease Brush, Sonia Kashuk, N116)

Using the same brush as before, sweep a dark brown into your crease and blend out. Sweep this color on your lower lid as well, staying close to your lash line.

 

 

Eyeliner & Mascara

Products:  Eyeliner: IT Cosmetics no tug gel waterproof eyeliner, black Mascara: The colossal volume express  waterproof Tools: Eco Tools, small round/smudge brush
Products:
Eyeliner: IT Cosmetics no tug gel waterproof eyeliner, black
Mascara: The colossal volume express
waterproof
Tools: Eco Tools, small round/smudge brush

1. Line (IT Cosmetics, No tug waterproof gel eyeliner, black)

Using short stokes, apply this in a line across your eye, as close to your lash line as possible. This line does not need to be pretty, or even a real line, but a bunch of approximately the same size smudges on your lash line.

2. Smudge and Blend (Eco Tools, small round/smudge brush)

Using a clean finger, apply slight pressure to the outer corner of your eye, pulling it taught. Using a very small brush, smudge the eyeliner into a blurry line, and then blend this slightly into the eyeshadow on your lid. You don’t want to mix the colors and make the lid shade grey, you just do not want any hard lines for the eyeliner.

3. Waterline (Eyeliner: It Cosmetics, No tug waterproof gel eyeliner, black)

Your waterline is the part of your lower eyelid that is between your lash line and actual eye. Using clean fingers, gently tug at the skin bellow your eye, pulling down. Using a gel crayon or stick eyeliner (I would not use a pencil, the wood could irritate your eye), gently sweep the product across your water line, stopping before you reach the very inner corner of you eye. Apply more pressure at the outer corner, smudging the product into your lash line.

4. Curl (Tool: Eyelash Curler)

Curl your lashes with an eyelash curler, applying pressure for 10 to 15 seconds.

5. Mascara (Mascara: Maybelline The colossal volume express waterproof, Classic Black)

Line the wand of your preferred mascara at your lash line. Wiggle the wand back and forth on your lashes, sweeping up as you do this. Repeat until lashes fully coated. Repeat a second time after product has set, (approximately 15 seconds).

Do the same to coat your lower lashes.

 

Eyebrows & Bronzer

Products: Eyebrow Powder: Benefit BrowZingas, Auburn Bronzer: Physicians Formula, magic mosaic light  Tool: Benefit, hard angle & Tweezerman, Flat top foundation &  Elf, Flawless concealer brush
Products:
Eyebrow Powder: Benefit BrowZingas, Auburn
Bronzer: Physicians Formula, magic mosaic light
Tool: Benefit, hard angle & Tweezerman, Flat top foundation & Elf, Flawless concealer brush

 

1. Eyebrows (Eyebrow Powder: Benefit, Brow Zingas. Tool:  Benefit, Hard Angle Definer)

Dip a stiff, angled brush into the brow powder. Using short, upward strokes, fill in your brows, accentuating the arch of your brow. I also suggest making them darker than normal to contrast the pale skin.

2. Bronzer (Bronzer: Physicians Formula, magic mosaic light. Tool: Tweezerman, Flat top foundation,  Elf, Flawless concealer brush)

Swirl a stiff, flat topped brush in bronzer, knocking off extra product by tapping the brush against the side of the product casing. Apply this onto your face under your cheekbones, filling in until you reach your jaw bone. Also apply in the hollows of your temples, under your chin and the sides of your neck. The darker and the more sever the lines, the more “hallowed out” you will look.

Then using a smaller, round, fluffy brush, apply to the sides of our nose and around your nostrils.

 

Lips (and Done!)

Products: Foundation: L’Oreal True Match, N1 soft ivory Liquid Lipstick: NYX Liquid Suede, Kitten Heels  Tool: Ulta makeup sponge
Products:
Foundation: L’Oreal True Match, N1 soft ivory
Liquid Lipstick: NYX Liquid Suede, Kitten Heels
Tool: Ulta makeup sponge

1. Lips (Foundation: L’Oreal True Match, N1 soft ivory. Tool: Ulta, makeup sponge)

Using the leftover makeup on the makeup sponge, dab the sponge against your lips. Continue to do this until your lips are coated in a light layer of foundation.

2. “Blood” (Liquid Lipstick: NYX, Kitten Heels)

Dab this on the inner parts of your upper and lower lip and trail it down the sides of your mouth.

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2 thoughts on “Zombie Makeup

  1. Benjamin Vergo November 4, 2015 at 1:29 am

    I am the best update staff member and will take these makeup tutorials into advisement.

    Reply
    1. Ben Vergo November 4, 2015 at 1:30 am

      Also where it the make up?

      Reply

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