Halloween makeup, just like the models

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Halloween Makeup, Just Like The Models
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1. Use a foundation that is a couple shades lighter than your own skin tone and a combination of white shimmer powder and grey eyeshadow to achieve the highlights and shadows. Use the white shimmer powder through the center of the face and to highlight & accent over the grey areas except for your cheeks. 

2. With a burnt reddish blush bring a little color to the apple of the cheeks, forehead and decollete area. 

3. Diminish the appearance of your eyebrows, by using the light foundation over the brown and set with talcum powder.

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1. Use a blue shimmer shadow - it's easy to apply and you'll be able to put it to good use after Halloween too. 

2. You'll also use this color under your bottom lashes accentuating the inner corner. 

3. Line your inner waterline with a black pencil. 

Revlon's Smoky Shadow Stick in "Smolder" $8.99

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1. False eyelashes are a big part of this look. Think outside the box and even if a strip lash isn't exactly what you're looking for, you can always cut it and apply the sections individually. 

#M075 Mystic lash $8.07

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1. Finish with a rosy lip color accentuated by a darker red lip liner. 

L'Oreal Colour Riche Lipcolor in "Divine Wine" $5.99

and

Crayon Petite Automatic Lip Liner in "Burgundys" $2.99

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1. You can find almost everything you need in your makeup drawer or at any drugstore or department store. 

2. After you apply your foundation and concealer, set it with a translucent powder. 

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1. Apply a bright red blush in what I like to call an 80's style racing stripe. 

MAC's "Hidden Treasure" $20

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1. Using a maroon or burgundy shade of shadow, apply from inner corner of lid to outer and take it above the crease in an upward point almost meeting the end of your brow. 

2. Then darken the outer corner above the crease.

3. Line the inside water line top & bottom with a black pencil

Makeup Forever waterproof pencils $18

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1. Smudge shadow under your bottom lashes from the middle out. Add a bit of pop on the inner corner with a white shimmer powder. 

2. Finish your eyes off with a great pair of ultra long lashes and some mascara. 

Wet n Wild MegaShimmer Dust in White Lotus $4.39

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1. For a longer lasting lip, try Liptini stains and then top it with a gloss or lip balm. 

2. Use your blush around your hairline and ears, also brush some over your decollete depending on your costume. 

Liptini stains $18

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Here's how to achieve Gemma's look if you don't have a Halloween or costume store near you. 

1. Start with a  foundation that is a shade or 2 lighter than your own skin tone and has a yellow base. 

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1. Dust a gold shimmer powder all over exposed body parts. 

24K Gold All Over Body Shimmer from Cosmic $17

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1. To get more dimension, contour your face & body with a brown shadow. It can be an eyeshadow, blush, bronzer or contour color. 

VS Makeup's Pressed Mineral Bronzing Powder in "Heat Wave" $8.99

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1. Slightly enhance your brow and vibrant rust color eye shadow around the whole eye. 

2. Let your lips shine with

IMAN's Luxury Moisturizing Lipstick in "Sheer Gold" $10

Stila "Umber" Smudge Crayon Waterproof $18.86

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October is the one time of year when you can get really crazy...with makeup! Halloween is right around the corner so what better way to break out the thick eyeliners and drastic hues? We caught up with one of our favorite celebrity makeup artists, Terri Apanasewicz (who has worked on Gisele Bündchen, Erin Heatherton, Cindy Crawford and Alessandra Ambrosio to name a few!) for some professional insight into some creepy makeup looks.


She breaks down the makeup that went into creating Adriana Lima as the Corpse Bride, Gemma Ward as the Indian Princess and Selita Ebanks as a devil in this Modelinia how-to. With some of these quick tips and makeup you can find at home (or buy online) you can re-create your favorite model looks. Boo!

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