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Finally, you can put together some ripped clothing and add other accessories like a pirate hat, gold coins, or a hook. If you want the wound to appear as if inflicted while standing, don’t apply the blood while lying down.
should not be construed as a substitute for advice from a medical professional or health care provider.Shade down the nose using a blending brush and add a few strokes of white to the chin and forehead for a little definition and depth. Early 2000s fashion and beauty trends have been everywhere this year. On our nails, in our hair — you name it, someone's done it. Makeup artist Stefanie Arreola, better known as Stenie among her followers, brought visions of Y2K-inspired hearts to her eyes by using some pink, orange, and dark-red eye shadows. She says that the colors and infinity hearts from The Powerpuff Girls, a fixture of the late 1990s and early 2000s, inspired her to create this look. Elsewhere the Little Mermaid remake will see Ariel trending and last November's Wakanda Forever release has given us some dreamy Shuri inspo. The ‘90s is still an awesome playground for finding cute references (see: bandanas, butterfly clips and baby braids) and some of this year’s biggest beauty trends – like the Balletcore and Strawberry Girl aesthetic – play perfectly into Halloween makeup trends.
Hearts as detailed as the ones on Arreola's lids definitely require a steady hand and, more importantly, patience. "If you're timid about trying the look because the hearts look difficult, I'd say a big tip is to use a small craft store brush and a water-activated liner to draw them on," Arreola tells Allure. "Take your time and have fun."As for this year's headliners, our obsession with Wednesday Addams is only about to get deeper, which is fair, given the Netflix series missed Halloween last year and released at the end of November, so everyone's fave spooky sis deserves the limelight. Countless makeup artists have created their own take on werewolf makeup looks with special-effects makeup, but Nevada-based makeup artist Olivia Hernandez proves you can easily turn into a werewolf with products found in your collection at home. "A super fun tip to achieve the look is using a combination of concealers and eye shadow to create the fur-like contours of your face,” she says.