字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 (mysterious music) (evil laughing) - 'Tis the season for Halloween. I've partnered with Simple Skincare to show you these two killer looks to rock this year. First, I'm gonna show you how I did this dead bride look and then into a disco alien. I'll be using Simple's products from their water boost line, in between the looks so that way I can keep my skin hydrated during this spooky time. All right, so let's get started with the first look. So here I am with fresh clean skin and I'm gonna use Simple's hydrating booster to prep my skin. Since I'm gonna be putting a lot of stuff on my face, I wanna make sure that it's hydrated. I love this booster because it also acts as a primer, so it's gonna make sure that everything stays on tact. Now that my skin is ready and good to go, it's time for concealer. I'm using Colourpop's No Filter Concealer in the shade light and I'm gonna start applying it all over my face as the first base. Then with a damp makeup sponge I'm just gonna blend that baby out. I wanted my face to be a little lighter so I'm gonna go in with foundation now, just doing the usual, dot it on my face and then blending it out. The next step is powder. I'm using my trusty Laura Mercier translucent one and I'm just gonna set that in so that nothing budges. For my brows, I'm using Benefit's Goof Proof Brow Pencil and I'm just gonna do my usual brow routine. At first I was tempted to use a black eyeliner, but I thought I'd go for something more wearable. Okay, brows done. All right, so let's move onto eye shadow. I'm using NYX's Jumbo Eye Pencil and I'm gonna use this as a base for our ultra smoky dead bride look. Feel free to be lax with application because after you do this, you're gonna get a dense brush and start to smoke the edges out. Then I'm gonna go in with the same eye pencil again and start covering the lower lid. Go in with that same brush and start to smoke it out the best you can. Don't trip if it doesn't look too perfect, because in the end, you're a dead bride, so it's all right if it looks a little messy. Now I'm using Kat Von D's Monarch Pallette. I'm grabbing the matte black eye shadow and I'm just gonna start packing it all over my lid. I'm doing like a little patting motion instead of a sweeping one because I wanna minimize the fall out. Then I'm gonna use a dense, fluffy brush and start smoking this all out. Next up, I'm taking this burnt sienna shade and using this as a transition shade. I did kind of like a slight winged out shape just so it looks a little glam. Then I'm gonna go back into the same sienna color and I'm gonna drag that out for the bottom of my eyes. Grab a black eyeliner now and start tightlining the bottom half of the eye, this is just gonna smoke the look out even more and intensify everything. Then I'm gonna grab a cheek brush and I'm just gonna dip it inside that sienna color and start using that as a contour shade. I kinda went a little harsh with this, so I'm using a makeup sponge to blend the imperfections that I made. There, much better. I'm gonna quickly pop on some falsies now for some instant vavoom. Now using a black pencil liner I'm gonna start drawing the skeleton nose onto mine. I went for, like a rounder shape, because I wanted my nose to look more button-like. Then go in with a concealer and start whiting out your lips, you want a super pale base because we're about to draw some skeleton teeth. First using a black liner I'm gonna start drawing the inside of my lips to make me look more dead, then I'm gonna lightly drag the pencil out to the corners of my lips to give them the illusion that they open wider. I'm gonna draw the outside skull teeth first and then I'm gonna grab my liquid eyeliner and I'm gonna redraw and sharpen the lines in the corners of my mouth and also along the lips. Using the liquid liner is easier than the pencil because you can be more precise with it. I shaded the inside of my lip a little darker and now I'm done. Throw on a black wig, grab a veil, and prepare for the ultimate wedding of the underworld. I love that this look is a little creepy, but still sultry as hell. Now, it's time to take of the wig and all this makeup off so that we can transition into the next look. First, I'm gonna use Simple's Cleansing Facial Wipes and start removing the first layer of makeup off. You guys know that these wipes are my jam and I love how soft and effective they are for removing the first portion of my makeup. See, look at all that gunk. Now I'm going in with Simple's Water Boost Micellar Cleansing Water. I'm soaking up a cotton round and then gently removing the remainder of my makeup. This formula is awesome because it's refreshing and rehydrates the skin. And there are no harsh chemicals, which is always a plus. Okay so now that makeup is finally off, let's start the second look. First, I'm just gonna prime the skin again with Simple's Hydrating Booster. My skin has been through a lot today so it's important that I add this step so it's hydrated and primed for the second round. So I'm basically doing the exact same steps as the previous look. I put the concealer on my face, added powder, and then drew on my brows. Now that we're up to speed, I'm gonna go in with another NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil in this lovely green shade that I honestly thought I'd never use. I'm gonna start coloring it all over my lid. Then going in with Colourpop's Cusp, I'm gonna pack this shimmery emerald shade all over the base. I'm honestly just obsessed with this color. Now I'm gonna go in with my Lo-key palette, I'm gonna grab this orange shade and start using that as my transitions shade to blend this crazy green out. Surprisingly the orange looks really good. I never thought that this would be the color to blend out really unusual shades. I'm picking another adventurous color, this is wild thoughts and I'm just gonna start going in all under the lower part of the eye. I just basically picked out a bunch of intimidating colors that I never use for this look. Then I'm grabbing my liquid liner and drawing my usual cat eye. I just realized that I wanted a little extra oomp so I grabbed this champagne color and added it to the inner corners and brow bone. Now I'm skipping mascara and I'm popping on these big fluffy lashes. These add the drama that I want for this look. I wanted to add a celestial element to this so I'm using Urban Decay's Heavy Metal amp and I'm adding this green sparkly glitter to the top part of my lid. I love glitter, so this is very much needed. Then using Stila's liquid eyeshadow, I'm gonna take this violet glitter and start covering the lower half of the eye as well. This is Halloween, folks, so go big or go home. Now using my favorite highlighter, I'm just gonna dust this onto the apples of my cheeks, nose bridge and Cupid's bow.