White Queen Makeup
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Step 1: White Queen Face MakeupApply M.A.C Prep + Prime Skin to your face before applying any makeup. This will make the surface of your skin smooth and it helps prevent a chalky finish. Even though your wearing Halloween makeup, you should still look flawless and beautiful.
We used 3 products to create the white skin, Make Up For Ever HD Foundation in one of the lighter shades, #117, and to get a realistic pale color we set it with Make Up For Ever HD Microfinish Powder, which is their translucent loose powder that sets the makeup. Go over it with M.A.C Pro Studio Fix in Shivering White, a full coverage foundation in the form of a pressed powder which is ideal for Halloween when you want achieve a realistic pale color. (This product is only available at M.A.C Pro Stores). When applying the M.A.C Pro Studio Fix in Shivering White, you can use a large powder brush, but we recommend using the sponge that comes with it because it helps speed up the application process and gives you great coverage.
For blush, used a grey-toned eye shadow by M.A.C called Coquette to contour the cheek bone. You will need this same eye shadow for the eyes.
Step 2: White Queen Eye MakeupHer eyes are subtle, but very artfully done. Apply a dark shadow that has a grey tone to it. We recommend using M.A.C Eyeshadow in Coquette. Start at the inner corner of the eye and work your way through the eyelid, but do not go over it. Next, apply the same shadow to the lower lid starting at the inner corner, working your way out to create the appearance of dark circles.
Step 3: White Queen EyelinerNext, line the eye using a liquid eyeliner to create that razor thin line along the lash line. Start lining the outer corner of the eye at the lash line with M.A.C Fluidline in Blacktrack. The line should get thicker toward the outer corner of the eye. This look requires some false lashes, but be sure to pick some that are thin so that when you adhere them they apply seamless. Finish the eyes by applying two coats of mascara to the top and bottom lashes. After you apply mascara to the bottom lashes, squeeze them together to make them clumpy-looking (this makes the look different and it gives the eyes a more intense look).
Step 4: White Queen BrowsFor the eyebrows, you are going to need two dark brown eye shadows. We used M.A.C eye shadows in Espresso and Embark. These are heavy matte colors so they display their colors fabulously. Begin to fill in the eyeshadow with the Espresso eye shadow and an angled brush like M.A.C #269.
Step 5: White Queen Brows Cont.Now you want to create a realistic fuller eyebrow effect, for which you will need to use a smaller angled brush like M.A.C #266 and the second dark brown shade, Embark. Starting on the inside arch of the brow, create a sharp outline of the arch and then turn your brush vertically to draw hairs upward.
Step 6: White Queen HighlighterUse the M.A.C Pro Studio Fix in Shivering white to highlight underneath the eyebrow. This will make the brow bone pop and the eyebrows show up perfectly.
Step 7: White Queen Red LipsYou want to start by applying a lip primer first. Next, use a burgundy lip pencil to shade in the entire lip leaving the center of the bottom lip bare.
Step 8: White Queen Red Lips Cont.After applying the liner, fill in the lip with an amplified cream like M.A.C Lipstick in Dubonnet. Finish, by cleaning up the corners of the lips using a concealer brush and your M.A.C Pro Studio Fix Foundation.
Step 9: White Queen HairFor the hairline: if your hairline is exposed when you put on the wig, there's a great hairspray by Jerome Russel that goes on white, has great coverage and will last all night. Another option is to take a sponge and generously apply the M.A.C Pro Studio Fix in Shivering White right on the hairline to blend it right in.