Ready to cause some commotion this Halloween? This Zombie look is guaranteed to turn heads, scare a few, and get "wows" from many.
Start by prepping your skin by applying foundation set with white pressed powder.
Apply black eye shadow with a fluffy brush to add depth and contour the hollows of the neck. To highlight the collarbones, add a shimmering eye shadow in a pale color
Brian says, "The goal is to make your eye makeup look chalky and messy, so skip the primer." Use a precise eyeliner brush and a gel liner like. Fluidline in Blacktrack, to create a very thin line at the base of the upper lashes. For the best cat-eye, start right along the lash line with your eye closed, then open your eye as you pull the brush outward and up in a winged motion. Go back over this shape, thickening the wing to add intensity. Add definition to the eye by sweeping Eye Shadow in Brown Down in the crease.
Zombie Eye Makeup:
Zombie Eye Makeup:
For gruesome under-eyes, Brian recommends using Cinema Secrets Injury Stack (it comes with four perfect bruise shades) using your finger to apply it (fingers create a more realistic-looking, bruises than brushes). Start with the darker color, burgundy, and smudge it beneath your eyes. Go around the edges with your brighter red color. To create the bloody effect, use a bright red lipstick and dab it on your skin with a brush, making small, random marks.
Rim the outer half of your waterline with red lip liner so that it looks bloodshot. Finish the waterline in white eyeliner to create a highlight. Brian suggests using Eye Kohl in Facinating, "This is a very creamy pencil that glides on easily and it stays set." Apply black mascara; don't use false lashes because it would ruin the line of the eyeliner and become less dramatic.
Use a cream-based silver lipstick or silver cream eye shadow for lips. Keep it messy by skipping the liner.