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Sunday, 20 September 2015

Gamora // Guardians Of The Galaxy // Halloween With Hannah

My first look in this years Halloween With Hannah. 

Products & Tools

  • Snazaroo Face Paint - Green
  • Essence Eyeliner - Silver
  • Rimmel Waterproof Eyeliner - Black
  • ELF Eyeshadow Palette
  • Maybelline Sensational Mascara - Black 
  • Eyelure Volume Lashes - No 070
  • Makeup Revolution Lipstick - Atomic Serpent
  • Sponges
  • Blusher Brush
  • Eyeshadow Brushes (One to use, one for blending)
  • Lip Brush
  • Paint Brushes (Variety of sizes)

Step One

On clean skin start with the green face paint. Here I painted my face and down my neck, if you wanted to carry on and paint more of the body go ahead. I used a very wet, almost a water colour consistency when applying to the face and then blended it with a dry sponge. Overall I needed two layers and used two different sized brushes so I could get around the eyes.

Step Two

When dry I lightly contoured with a dark green eyeshadow from the ELF Eyeshadow Palette using a blusher brush. Focusing on defining the cheekbones, jawline and nose. I also highlighted the bridge on the nose with a lighter shade of green.

Step Three

Then using a mix of two other green shadows from the same palette I did a subtle smokey effect over my eyes, being careful not to go above the socket. Then applied black eyeliner to the top and bottom waterline. I was very on the fence about using mascara on the fake lashes as it could look too much. I decided to use the Maybelline Sensational Mascara so I got as much lift as possible before putting on the fake lashes. Here I used the Eyelure Volume in No 070.

Step Four

I then used my Makeup Revolution Serpent lipstick and to get the pigmentation I applied it in layers with a lip brush. This is very moisturising if you wanted a more matte finish I would suggest either powdering over it or using a liquid lip product instead.

Step Five

Using a silver eyeliner by Essence and a few pictures from google as a guide, I started to draw on the markings Gamora has. I decided to do this last as I would be 100% sure the face paint was dry and it would be easier to apply a layer of face paint over if I went wrong.

Step Six

Finishing up any touches part your hair down the middle and you are good to go.



P.S Excuse my static hair!

I would love to know what you are doing this Halloween so let me know on Instagram or Twitter or you can use the hashtag #HalloweenWithHannah.

As always, thanks for reading...

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  1. Oh my gosh Gamora was so kickass! Loving this tutorial :D (And I'm also in love with your new blog look... Totally feeling the Halloween vibes!)

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    1. Thank you! :) I love her! was really happy they did her justice! && Wait until you see what I have planned for the Christmas Layout ^.^ xxx

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