By: Katie Heit
Start with a moisturized and primed blank face.
Step Two & Three:
Add base makeup to the top half of the face, then blend varying browns (light to dark) in the crease (blending and building up – color is key in this step)
Step Four and Five:
Pack black shadow on the lid, starting out with a little amount and build up slowly (black is hard to blend out!)
Add silver color to make inner corner and brow bone stand out, then add an extra pop of glitter with a glitter liner also in the inner corner. Don’t forget to add lashes!
With white face paint carve out edges of skull then stipple the color in with a sponge. Don’t forget to set the paint with a translucent setting powder.
Draw on the nose with a black gel liner and make sure to set with a black eye shadow to prevent creasing.
With a like brown eye shadow carve out the jaw bone. When you like the shape, carve out shape with a black eye shadow or gel liner. Then add shading to create depth.
Use a black liquid liner to add the teeth then add gray eye shadow around crevasses of the skull to make the skull look more realistic.