Fortune Teller Halloween Makeup

I got such amazing feedback on this look that I wanted to share all of the details!! Ive added all the makeup details below in the order I used them!

Hope you enjoy!

Sarah xo

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Clinique Moisturizing Lotion

Tarte BB Tinted Moisturizer in light

L’Oreal True Match Foundation in W3

Urban Decay Naked Skin Concealer

Ben Nye Setting Powder in Cameo

Face:

To achieve the dirty and contoured looked I used the darkest shade subconscious in the Kat Von D Shade and Light Contour Palette. I used this shade to contour my cheeks and brought the product up towards my ears and around to my forehead (be generous as most fortune tellers did not bath often;)) I also extended the product down my neck and onto my collar bone. You can use this shade to contour your neck and collar bone for a deeper/sucken in look!

Next I added a gray and dark purple eyeshadow (both from the Morphe Brushes Palettes 350 and 35T to the contour onto of the kat von d subconscious colour. It gave it a better dirt colour and these are the shades I also used on my eyes. Lastly I added the Jaclyn Hill Champagne Pop Face Palette (Discontinued) highlight in the shade Champagne Pop to add some glow over my cheeks and just below my brows.

 

Makeup Tools Used:

Real Techniques Beauty Sponge (2x $14CA)

Morphe E2 Powder Brush ($19.99US)

Morphe E4 Blush Brush ($13.99US)

Morphe E61 Pointed Highlight Brush ($7.99US)

Eyes:

I started by applying my brows as I usually do using the Anastasia Beverly Hills Dip Brow in Ebony. However I made sure my brows were extra dark and added some bushyness to the ends as I am sure a fortune teller would not have well manicured brows!!

Next I did my eyes.  I used the Mac Eyelash Curler to curl my eyelashes and the Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer in Minor Sin to prime before applying any shadow.

For a base eyeshadow I used Anastasia Beverly Hills Renaissance Palette in the shade Tempera. As mentioned above I used the darkest gray from the Morphe Brushes Palettes 350 and the dark purple eyeshadow from the Morphe Brushes Palettes 35T in the crease of my eye extending in towards and down both sides of my nose (be very generous with this application as well. On my lid I used the Anastasia Beverly Hills Renaissance Palette in the shade Primavera. Lastly I added my wing liner using the Amaterasu Liquid Eyeliner in Black.

To add the veins on the under eye I started by applying Venetian Red from the Anastasia Beverly Hills Renaissance Palette. I extended this from under my eye up to my crease. I then used the Amaterasu Liquid Eyeliner in Black and drew very thin veins/lines from my lower lash line down toward my cheeks. Make them very in length and swiggly like veins would be. On top of the liquid liner I used a red (NYX 817 Hot Red) and burgundy lip liner (Mac Bespoken For) to give them a more realistic vein look and then added some more Venetian red to dull the lines.

Once that was completed I applied the Sephora Collection False Lashes and used Duo Eyelash Adhesive to apply them. I finished my lashes off my coating them with the L’Oreal Voluminous Carbon Black Waterproof Mascara.

Makeup Tools Used For Eyes and Brows:

Morphe M200 Deluxe Crease ($4.99US)

Morphe M332 Fluffy Crease ($4.99US)

Morphe M433 Pro Firm Blending Fluff ($5.99)

Morphe M165 Brow Brush ($1.99 US)

Morphe Brush M224 ($2.99) with concealer to line under brows

Lips: 

For the lips I used the same burgundy liner as I used to make the veins under my eyes and then used Gerard Cosmetics liquid lipstick in Ruby Slipper. Before it dries I applied the same Primavera shadow from the Anastasia Beverly Hills Renaissance Palette to the centre of my top and bottom lip and extended out toward the corner of my lips.

Accessories:

My earrings and necklace that I used on my head scarf are both from Party City and my scarf I had lying around and just tied it around my head. The wig I got awhile ago from Images and Shades Cosmetics in turquoise.

Hands:

I used Flash Tattoos as well as drew Tantra symbols on my fingers using the Amaterasu Liquid Eyeliner in Black  (just googled tantra symbols) followed by as many rings as I could fit!

 

Liquid Lipsticks

It can be an impossible task to decide on what brand of liquid lipsticks to buy with so many options available, trust me I know;) and liquid lipsticks aren’t for everyone! Never tried a liquid lipstick?! My best description is a liquid form of lipstick that solidifies to your lips for a long lasting wear with no smudging or reapplication needed!

I hope this post will help to narrow down some of your selections, Ive based these reviews on quality of the products (longevity/pigment/consistency) and pricing!

Hope you enjoy! xo

Sarah

 

Color Pop Cosmetics

This company is probably best known for their affordability. At $6 US, this liquid lipstick is the most inexpensive lipstick on this post and frankly an amazing deal at that price! I purchased the Ultra Matte Liquid Lipsticks in the shades Trap & Limbo (swatches below)! The pigments of both of these shades are gorgeous, they stay on really well and the consistency allows for a flawless application. One negative comment  I do have to mention is that they are very drying as most liquid lipsticks are. Try to use something moisturizing on your lips before application to minimize the dryness and a gloss can always be applied on top!

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Anastasia Beverly Hills

I was so excited for this brand to finally be available at Sephora, I ran out and bought these two beauties. Anastasia Beverly Hills is known for their amazing products and I love their eyebrow line however these liquid lipsticks I am really disappointed with. The pigment is amazing however the fall out on these is terrible. After eating or drinking I had residue all over my mouth and when I tried to wipe it off it smeared everywhere!!! To say the least I was less than thrilled. Now that I have boughten these two I will still definitely use them however I won’t be eating while wearing them and I will not be buying more. I would not recommend them at their $26 price.

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Stila

This is the new brand I was recently raving about on Instagram that I promised to share! On a stroll through Shoppers Drug Mart I stumbled across this liquid lipstick and I could not be happier! The pigment is so gorgeous, it is so hydrating and there is no fall out! I have worn this multiple times, all day and at the end of the day 98% of it is still on! This liquid lip does come in a bit higher at $31 however I truly believe it is worth the investment. I would not only recommend this brand but the shade Patina is stunning, the perfect dusty rose colour and it has become my everyday go to!

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Too Faced Liquid Lipstick

If you follow me on instagram you know I am obsessed with this brand of liquid lipstick. There shades are lustrous, pigmented, hydrating and for $25 they are very reasonably priced for the quality you receive! I also adore the applicator tip, it allows for an easy application without wasting any product. I would highly recommend this brand of liquid lipstick to a liquid lipstick newbie or a seasoned professional!

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Gerard Cosmetics

I found this brand through my endless instagram scrolling;)! What initially drew me to them was the fact that they are a cruelty free brand. They have a ton of following so I thought I would give them a whirl! I bought Ruby Slipper & Gravity, both gorgeous! I really love the consistency and the pigment but the price at $20US is a bit much especially considering the shipping and taxes as no Canadian retailers carry the line. I really love the products just not the price with the Canadian $ the way it is!

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Heres a swatch comparing them together!

 

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