I created 3 Halloween tutorials using ONLY PRIMARK Halloween Makeup… SHOOK | BeautyandShe

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It’s almost Halloween and I have been super busy creating some NEW looks for you guys!

What do you get when you combine my two favourite things… Primark and Autumn?

A Primark Halloween Tutorial! Or should I say three….

Primark bring out a small selection of Halloween makeup each year and I was browsing their spooky goods when I had a vision….not a scary one…..

I was inspired to create three different looks for ridiculously good prices on the cheap…

Now when I say on the cheap I don’t mean that nastily, I mean your girl is just looking out for you guys and trying to save you some pennies!

Nothing I bought was over £3.00, which for Halloween makeup is INCREDIBLE! The makeup that I bought consisted of a Jewelled headpiece, fake blood, face paint crayons, glitter paint creams, ghost contour stick and a skull temporary face tattoo.

I’ll be the one to test these out for you dolls so you don’t have too!

When I finished creating my three looks I was very surprised at how good they looked. For the price I had three individual looks that took less than half an hour each for a fraction of the price you would pay at a costume store.

 

Have a look below at how I created these looks and make sure you SUBSCRIBE!

 

 

 

The Pretty Skull

The first look I created was a simple “Day of the Dead” inspired Skull using the temporary tattoo and I was SHOOK! It was £1.50 and it worked like a dream. This is definitely one for the last minute party go-er as it took 15 minutes to apply and I was done. It looks really pretty (not terrifying) and is ridiculously easy to use.

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The jewelled clown/zombie/princess

For this look I used the jewelled headpiece which on its own looked flawless. I then created a gold smokey eye and continued to make my face look like it was dripping… Not going to lie, im not keen on this look entirely but the products from Primark worked so well! I used the gold and black glitter creams to add some sparkle and shine and make me look like a disco ball.

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I eat spiders for breakfast

This was my fave look out of the three and I created something similar last year on my eye but decided to try and eat one this year… I used the Primark ghost contour stick and fake blood to add all the secret special effects. And truthfully the spider didnt taste too bad…

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I am completely in awe at how well these looks turned out. I really wanted to show how inexpensive Halloween costumes/makeup can be but with a little patience and thought – It can turn out fantastic!

I hope you guys have enjoyed and make sure you SUBSCRIBE to my YOUTUBE channel – I am super close to 1000 subscribers!

Let me know if you have created any Halloween looks yet, I would love to see! You can find all mine on my Instagram too!

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Full GLAM Halloween Skull Makeup: ABH Modern Renaissance Palette| BeautyandShe

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It’s almost Halloween..

And its about time I created my first Halloween look of 2018. There has been so many AMAZING looks already this year.. I’ve seen a lot of pastel colours, galaxy/space inspired looks and ofcourse A LOT of glitter and gemstones.

I am a total magpie when it comes to anything shiny, glittery or sparkly so of course I knew I had to include GEMSTONES in my look.

If you haven’t heard of the Modern Renaissance Palette by Anastasia Beverly Hills then I don’t know where you have been – I have never owned a palette with so much pigment, it is incredible!

I found my inspiration when I was walking through Home Bargains (fave home store) when I something sparkly caught my eye.  For 75p I found a set of gorgeous purple, silver and black gems that I knew would look stunning alongside my palette.

The palette itself has a lot of purples, oranges pinks that I thought would look gorgeous for a bit more of a GLAM look rather than spooky.

I wanted to create something super easy and not complicated and doesnt take hours and hours to make.

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Have you guys created any Halloween looks yet? Send me your links below or follow me on instagram to find my previous spooky looks!

 

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Comic Book/ Pop Art Makeup Tutorial // BeautyandShe

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Good Afternoon Beauties.

I’m back with another Halloween Tutorial for you guys!

And this one is super easy, using products found in my own makeup collection.

I’ve always wondered what it would be like to look like a cartoon character… 

Inspired by Roy Lichtenstein’s Pop Art work, this tutorial is full of fun and bursting with colour.

If you lovelies would like to see how I created this EASY and AFFORDABLE look, then just look below.

I love how the cartoon lips have turned out and how much a dash of white adds a sense of shine and dimension.

There are two stages to this tutorial which means two different looks.

The first is nice and simple, the second adds a bit of drama!

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What do you think dolls?

Let me know in the comments below!

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Speak to you beauts soon,

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Scary Zombie Prom Queen Halloween Tutorial // BeautyandShe

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High school is full of Horrors…

I’m back with another Halloween tutorial for you beauties.

This time, I’m going back to school with my Zombie Prom Queen tutorial.

This look is all about bruising, blood and gore.

Ready Zombeauties?

You’re going to have to watch the video…. If you dare…

If you have never used Liquid Latex before then don’t worry… Neither had I until now!

This look took me about an hour and a half to create and the best thing is, that it was really easy!

I mean, who doesn’t love peeling a glue like substance of their skin?

FUN!

My amazing prom queen costume is from Smiffys Fancy Dress Costumes, along with the Make-up and Liquid Latex.

I’ve always bought my costumes from Smiffys, there are so many to choose from and the level of detail is crazy!

If you guys want to re-create this beautiful horrific look then you can find the links to everything used below:

High School Horror Zombie Costume

Makeup Set

Liquid Latex

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Mystical Mermaid Halloween Tutorial // BeautyandShe

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Happy Sunday everyone!

I have a well deserved day off today so I thought it would be a good opportunity to catch up with you dolls!

I have been feeling very creative lately and I am SO looking forward to this autumn season.

So last week I shared with you my Halloween Horror Skull Tutorial, which I absolutely loved creating. This week is something a bit easier using some gorgeous colours and….

Glitter.

Yes. Glitter.

I’m pretty sure that every girl has wondered what it would be like to be a mermaid..

I know I have. I just love the beachy hair and bright and beautiful colours!

So this is my take on the Mystical Mermaid look.

For the full tutorial of how I created this magical look, check out the link above!11997159_10154030751589179_239807065_n

Who knew a pair of tights could create such a beautiful pattern right?

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In a lot of films, the mermaids you see usually have gorgeously glistening flawless skin, so to create this, I added some pink glitter to my cheekbones, brow bone and forehead.

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To finish the look, add some eyelashes and give your hair those beachy waves!

This look is super easy to do and quick to create for a last minute idea!

Let me know what you guys think in the comments below! 

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And my NEW Youtube Channel HERE!

Speak to you dolls later,

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Halloween Horror Skull Tutorial: VLOG & Photos // BeautyandShe

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My beautiful friends, 

The time has come to get in the spooky spirit and start prepping for one of my favourite times of the year… Halloween!

With the leaves starting to fall and the nights getting darker, Autumn has finally begun to set in.

I will be doing plenty of Halloween videos and posts to help inspire you guys! 

If you have any suggestions that you would like me to create, let me know in the comments below.

So I did a lot of reasearch into different spooky Halloween looks but I wanted to begin with one that everyone can do easily with their own makeup collection at home.

Skulls are one of the most popular tutorials and looks that I have come across… And honestly look pretty darn cool if I say so myself.
Ready….?

If you don’t want to look as scary as myself, this look can easily be adapted to create a fun and cute alternative.

So how did I do it?

  
Step one:

I began by creating a white base for my skin, I applied a white cream eyeshadow lightly over the face and used Talcum powder….. Yes, talcum powder, to set it with a fluffy brush.

Step two:

Using a black eyeliner, sketch out the shape of the eyes (this is where you make them as cute or as scary as you would like) and lightly fill them in with the same liner and apply a dark black eyeshadow over the top to intensify the colour.

Do the same technique for the hollows of the nose.

Step three:

Sketch out your cheekbone shape, and make a start on those lovely teeth.

So you want to start by using a black liner, preferably gel, and a small brush to draw out the teeth. I began in the centre of my lips, over emphasising them a little and worked my way out towards that cheekbone we created.

  

Step four: 

Again using our friend the black eyeliner, draw the skull shape along the sides of the temples applying some shading to create a 3D look. I used a black and dark grey eyeshadow and a small fluffy brush for this. After that’s done, using a white eyeliner, I filled in the teeth to really make them stand out and added some shading across the forehead and cheeks.

Step five:

To finish the look, I went ove any edges and outlined them with a black liquid eyeliner. I also added some white contact lenses that I was sent to try by the company Spookey Eyes!

Check out their great range here:

www.spookyeyes.com

  
And that my frightening friends is that!

Check out the video for a run through of how I did it!

  
There’s a lot more to come my lovelies,

Stay tuned for my next tutorial inspired by Mystical Mermaids…

A lot of glitter… You have been warned!

Exciting!!

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Speak to you dolls soon,