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BatGirl Halloween Makeup Tutorial

This BatGirl Halloween Makeup tutorial is quick and easy. I went to comic con this year and decided to do some light cosplay, Batman is one of my favorite superheros so that was my inspiration behind my makeup look and outfit. Here are the steps I took to get this look.

*It is best to begin these steps on a clean, freshly washed face for best results.

Step 1. Eyebrows. Fill them in with pencil, powder or wax to your desired shape. I used Anastasia Dip Brow to lightly fill in my brows. Thankfully they are already full and shaped thanks to Wink Brow Bar. (Tell them Kory of Type 4 Naturals sent you and read my experience with them here.) Skip this step if your brows are micro-bladed or already set another way.

Step 2. I added Hourglass “Mineral Veil” primer to my face. Urban Decay “Eyeshadow Primer Potion” to my eyelids. Let it dry for about a minute and head on to the next step.

Step 3. Time to apply the shadow. I’m using a customized MAC eye shadow palette duo of just dark gray and bright yellow. To keep the batman vibe I used a lot of yellow on the lid, then blended gray into the crease. Blend well so the colors naturally flow from one to the next. Try not to get the dark gray into the yellow because its so hard to fix. In creating this look my brush slipped down from gray to yellow and it took me a few extra minutes to fix it. Remember to add some yellow to the bottom lid also.

Step 4. Applied lashes and Stila “Stay all Day” waterproof liquid eyeliner and winged it out at the ends.

Step 5. I applied Lancome Teint Idole Ultrawear foundation with a makeup sponge. Let it dry then time for the finishing powders.

Step 6. To finish the look I applied Laura Mercier setting powder,  and blush. Then followed with Smashbox Spotlight Highlighting Palette to bring more light to areas such as cheekbones.

BatGirl Halloween Makeup

Step 7. Apply lipstick. This look works best with a black or purple colored lip. I started with black then changed it to purple since my main events were in the daytime and I wanted to a less dramatic lip look. I used MAC lipstick.

*Steps that can be skipped if you dare. Primer, but your foundation may slide off. Lashes, wont be missed if you already have thick lashes. Eyeliner, really helps the look in my opinion but it may not be missed if you have on false lashes. Highlighting, totally optional.

Below is my Batgirl Halloween makeup finished look. #TeamBatman

BatGirl Halloween Makeup

BatGirl Halloween Makeup – Final Look

 

 

 

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