Jaguar Halloween Makeup Tutorial

Jaguar Halloween makeup tutorial

This is yet another Halloween throwback! Unfortunately this look didn't make the cut last year but it's still fun to have a little play around with old makeup that only gets to see the light once a year. The emphasis is definitely on the eyes with this one, the bolder the better! 

So this is how I did it...

I have a really shaky hand so drawing on the print wasn't the easiest thing in the world. I started with a grey eyeshadow and I used it to cover my entire eyelid. I also used it under the eye and on the side of the nose, at the tear ducts. I got my gold eyeshadow (which was out of an MUA palette) and I dotted randomly across my brow bone. I then used a gel eyeliner to go round these little gold dots to make them stand out. I didn't worry too much about it looking neat to be honest, they aren't supposed to be identical anyway! I then used the gel eyeliner to totally outline my eye and I also used to to create the 'flicks' on my eyebrows. I don't really want to go into too much detail! If you were in a rush on Halloween night, this look only really requires 3 products.. A bronzer, A black gel eye liner and gold eye shadow. there are no rules, be creative and design it exactly how you want to!

I never got round to doing my hair for this look but I would think that some MEGA backcombing would have to be done to compliment this look, would I be right?

Please send your Halloween looks this way, I love to seeing how creative you all are! Send me a tweet @thefashionsix


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  1. Wow! This look is amazing and perfect for Halloween! I'd love to try it out!

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  2. I'm loving seeing everyone's makeup looks for Halloween. Yours is stunning! :D x

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  3. Awh thank you Renata! I'm like a child, LOVE dressing up for Halloween! haha ox

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