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23 October 2019


"Ever scrolled through social media and wished you could create an easy skeleton make-up look for Halloween? Look no further as this boo-tiful tutorial is ready to cast a stunning spell on all". This Halloween I am teaming up with Boots to be a part of their Stand Out From The Crowd campaign to show you how you can take a simple classic look and add a lil twist to make you stand out and turn heads this Halloween. In the words of the Yeah, Yeah, Yeah's... Heads Will Roll! 

If you, like me, prefer to be a little bit different and are wanting a Halloween look this year that is a little different, then look no further! Teaming up with Boots, I am here to show you how to add your own spin to a classic, simple Halloween look, which you can achieve in 4 easy to follow steps. 

Step 1

Take a black eyeliner and map out section for the "broken" cutaway across your face - you can decide how big you want this section to be, but for the most effective look try and contain it to just one eye! 

Step 2 

Now it's time to white out your face - using white facepaint (or eyeshadow mixed with a little bit of water if you don't have any) white out the larger section of your face). For the best effect, it is probably a good idea to do this a couple times, leaving a few moments to dry (or gently drying your face with a hairdryer, if you're impatient like me!) between each coat. I've found for the best effect 3-4 coats works well. 

 Step 3 

Now, it's time to create your skeleton! I took an angled brush and using a black eyeshadow mapped out where the "hollow" of my eye would go first. To do this, I started at where my eyebrow is and used that as my guide for the shape. After lining it up, I blacked it out and added a few marks around the eye, including an eyebrow shape, to give it a little more depth and make it look more realistic. Next, I created the mouth. First, hollowing out my cheek bones in a very similar way to my eye shape and then adding small lines across my mouth in replacement of where teeth would be to create that effect. Finally, you will add a black out shape for the tip of your nose (something I didn't do because my nose can be really sensitive and it just wasn't reacting well to the facepaint, so I thought I'd go without adding any more product to it to be safe!) 

 Step 4 
 Finally, it's time to create a glam eye look. I started with my own foundation base and usual eyebrow routine before getting started on treating this golden eye look. Using the Morphe x Jaclyn Hill Armed & Gorgeous Palette I started with the shade Smooth Criminal before concealing where the cut crease would be and adding the shade Gilt Trip for a golden look. I then added a wing and finished the look with a pair of Doll Beauty lashes to both eyes to make both looks really pop.

And that is the finished look! I love how this look turned out and how through adding a really simple twist to an already classic Halloween look, I was able to create something really unique whilst keeping the classic love of an already fab Halloween makeup look! Take a look at the finished look below - 

I am beyond thrilled to be a part of Boots STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD Halloween campaign and loved creating this look for them. If you are still looking for some Halloween inspiration, their website has some amazing video tutorial, inspiration and product recommendations, including a video on how to create easy Halloween looks  -

I hope you dare to be different and stand out from the crowd this Halloween! 

Till next time, 
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Products in Italics have been sent on a gifted basis to help create this look 

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