halloween tutorial: mother nature

For this look, I kind of inspired by my idea for a fairy look. I knew I could make a glam and easy costume with an earthy ethereal look.

products used:

becca shimmering skin perfector – opal

tarte rainforest of the sea foundation – fair light neutral

cover fx custom cover drops – moonlight

urban decay naked skin concealer – fair

mac pro shaping powder – emphasize

makeup geek shadows – mirage, peach smoothie, grandstand, creme brûlée, cocoa bear, american, coca cola

anastasia beverly hills shadows – henna, sienna, fudge

violet voss loose glitter – copperella

too faced shadow insurance glitter glue

colourpop gel liner – get paid, call me

mac gigiblack lash – black

colourpop ultra matte lip – kapow

ardell lashes – wispies

duo brush on lash glue

michaels stencils

step 1: prime – I primed my skin with becca shimmering skin perfector to create a base glow.

step 2: foundation – I mixed tarte rainforest of the sea foundation and cover fx moonlight drops to have a really glowy dewy light foundation look.

step 3: concealer – I applied UD naked skin concealer under my eyes, down the bridge of my nose, on my eyelids, on my chin, and the center of my forehead.

step 4: powder – I wanted my face to be really dewy and glowy so I only applied powder under the eyes. I set my concealer with mac emphasize because it is so light reflecting and keeps the skin looking hydrated.


step 5: shadow – I packed MUG mirage all over the lid to start with a cream shade base. Shadows blend better over other shadows so I recommend using a shade like mirage to start your shadow looks. I mixed peach smoothie and creme brûlée and used a fluffy brush to blend them all over my crease. I took a tapered crease brush with abh sienna and mug cocoa bear and applied them in the lower crease. I used a slightly smaller tapered crease brush to blend fudge and coca cola even lower into the crease and packed it on the outer v. I wanted a deeper shade in the outer v so I used a small flat brush to pack americano in the very outer corner of my eye. I used a flat shader to pack henna all over the lid followed by packing grandstand on the inner 2/3 of my lid. I used a flat liner brush to line my lower lash line with american0. I took a pencil brush and smudged out americano with fudge and cocoa bear. I finished the eye look by taking a natural haired fluffy brush and blending poppy around the entire edge of my shadow area.


step 6: mascara – mac gigiblack mascara is my go to for darkening my lashes before falsies because it still looks natural enough to blend with lashes.

step 7: false lashes – I used ardell wispies. I like the duo brush on lash glue because it is so easy to apply it evenly on the lash band without a mess. I let it dry for  about 30 seconds before actually putting them on my eyes so that they are tacky enough. I press them against my real lashes with tweezers so that you can’t see a distinction line.

step 8: leaves – I took leaf stencils that I found at michaels and pressed them on the contours of my face. I used a paint brush to color over the stencils with colourpop call me gel liner. I put the leafs on my forehead, cheeks, and down my chest.

step 9 : brows – I filled in my brows with colourpop get paid gel liner. I then smoothed too faced glitter glue over my brows and used my finger to pack violet voss copperella glitter on top.

step 10: lips – I applied colourpop kapow lipstick and tapped abh henna in the center of my lips.

here’s the completed look again:


I am providing pictures of some of the products so that you can find similar products and colors in your own collections! These are just the products I use but you can substitute in anything really and still look fierce. If any of you recreate these looks please tag me in them so I can see all your beautiful faces!! Ill be back tomorrow with another halloween look. Don’t forget to check back!

love & lipstick kisses💋

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