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Gypsy Makeup Looks

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Gypsy Makeup Looks

Makeup and Hair Ideas for Being a Gypsy Queen

Gypsy Makeup Looks
Cast a spell this Halloween, without resorting to the ubiquitous sexy witch costume , by channeling your inner Gypsy queen. This look requires intensely smoky eyes and a wardrobe that looks every bit like a wandering woman. Try on Gypsy makeup in our virtual makeup studio.

To achieve a Gypsy's look of eternal wanderlust, a tambourine is an essential accessory, but so is the right hairstyle. Tie your hair back and wrap your gorgeous face in a bold colored head scarf. Other gypsy hairstyling options? Wear your hair down and create small braids at the front of your face in hippie fashion or create wavy , unruly hair by sleeping in wet braids.

Score a smoky Gypsy eye by smudging a black kohl pencil liner into your top and bottom lashline. Rim the entire eye and just when you think the look is dramatic enough, create even more drama on the lower lashes. Finish with false lashes and several coats of black mascara and use shadows that complement your head scarf. Green contact lenses put a sexy-eerie touch on this Gypsy makeup look. –Stephanie Simons

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I'm a gypsy, and this is not AT ALL what we look like! You really should do some research ge This comment has been removed.
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So pretty...and her skin looks so dewy! Just a quick question: what do people use for smudging/blending eyeshadow to the effect like that on the model? This comment has been removed.
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I like using a medium eyeshadow blending brush (about the size of the index finger nail). Works great for me. This comment has been removed.
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