Vampire Barbie Doll MakeUp Tutorial

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Since it’s almost Halloween, I thought I’d do a wearable and easy makeup tutorial. I decided to do my own version of Vampire Barbie Doll Halloween Makeup Tutorial.

  • Face:

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I started with my daily skin care routine of cleansing, toning and moisturizing to get a  natural glow.  After which, I applied my favourite primer, Stila One Step Correcteur in my face so my makeup will last long.  Followed by Make Up Forever Professional HD Foundation.  To conceal my under eye dark circles I applied Mac’s Select Cover-up Concealer. To seal my makeup I applied loose powder in my entire face.

  • Cheeks 

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I applied Inglot’s 495 DS reddish pink multicoloured glitter eye shadow (e/s) as a blush in the apples of my cheeks.  I contoured the hollows of my cheekbones, temples, the sides of the bridge of my nose and my jaw line with Mac’s Mineralize SkinFinish Natural in Dark.

  • Eyebrows

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I lined the top and bottom of the eyebrows with Mac’s Spiked eyebrow crayon.  After which I filled in the gaps in my eyebrows with dark brown e/s.

  • Eyes

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I started by priming my entire eyelid.  After which I lined my upper lash line with Mac’s Black smoulder and I smudged it to form a base.  I applied 352 Matte pale light pink Inglot e/s in the inner 1/3 of the lid then applied 377 Matte deep royal purple Inglot e/s in the middle of the lid and 321 matte dark purple blue Inglot e/s in the outer 1/3 of the lid.  Slightly above my crease I used 495 DS inglot e/s.  In the sucket of my eye I used the 321 Matte Inglot e/s.  To highlight my brow bone, I used 453 Pearl metallic white Inglot e/s.  Make sure to blend all e/s so there won’t be any visible harsh lines.  Then I used Make Up Forever Aqua Black cream eyeshadow to line my upper lash line and I made sure to  extend my inner corner to exaggerate it.  In my waterline I applied Urban Decay’s 24/7 Glide on Eye Pencil in Zero.  Under it I applied 377 Matte Inglot e/s and in the outer 1/3 321 matte inglot e/s.  Then I curled my eye lashes  and applied Mac’s Loud Lash mascara and then after I applied fake lashes.

  • Lips

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Since I am doing a Vampire Makeup my lips should be as strong as my eyes.  I lined and filled my lips with Mac’s Cherry lip pencil.  Then applied on top of my entire lip Mac’s Talk that Talk lipstick from the Mac’s Riri Hearts collection.

I enjoyed doing this look.  Would be happy to see you try it out as well.