Toy Soldier Halloween Tutorial6:54 PM
Today I have another Halloween tutorial to share with you. I'm probably the most excited about this one because it's so over-the-top and probably what I'm going to wear for Halloween this year. (I love that lion costume so much but it's too close to Puss in Boots that I wore last year and I have to switch things up!) I hope the intensity of this tutorial comes across in the video because in person it is really over-the-top for me, especially since I wear pretty low-key makeup most days. ^_^
Presenting: Toy Soldier Halloween Tutorial!
MAC Studio Sculpt Foundation in NC30
MAC Face & Body Foundation in N1
Urban Decay Primer Potion
Urban Decay Naked Palette (Buck, Virgin, and Hustle eyeshadows)
Lioele All In One Gel Eyeliner
Revlon Matte Eyeliner in White
Shu Uemura Eyelash Curler
Lioele Real Waterproof Up & Down Mascara
NYX Fabulous Lashes in EL105
Lash Grip Adhesive in dark tone
Pretty & Cute Glamour Lash #122
NYX Eyebrow Cake Powder in Taupe/Ash 03
Lioele Blooming Shimmer Pearl Base in Pink Pearl
NYX Rouge Cream Blush in CB07 Red Cheeks
NYX Blush in 24 Red
Paul & Joe Lipliner in 01
MAC Select Cover up concealer in NC30
MAC Venomous Villains Heartless lipstick
MAC Mineralize Skinfinish in Medium
Circle lenses are EOS Candy Green lenses
Link to the Toy Soldier costume
Link to Goldilocks blonde wig
I bought the legwarmers separately from http://www.sockdreams.com
I was actually inspired to do this look after seeing the ridiculously adorable costume from dwdshoes.com which, I want to say for the record that they offered to send me a few things and although they had shoes and clothes I basically made a beeline to the costumes to do tutorials for you all. What's the point of doing a review on shoes when I could get something that would give a bit of fun back to the beauty community that has been so supportive of me?
So no, I'm not crazy enough to buy a million costumes to tramp around to several posh parties on Halloween this year, but I have been blessed an incredible amount of love and support to be able to make my silly little videos which I would not have been able to do without you. Sometimes even little opportunities give big rewards. :)
So here are the pics to my Toy Soldier/Doll/Mannequin look:
I did notice in the close-up photos that light was reflecting right into my cheeks so the red circles don't look round but you can tell in the full-length photos that they are. It was just the Lioele Blooming Shimmer Pearl Base that I used to make my face shiny and more doll-like that gave it that extra bounce of light. ;D
I also noticed that the blonde wig makes me look fairer. Totally weird! I hadn't even worn a wig before this one so I was impressed at how nice this looked. I'm going to have to find excuses to wear it again. (ooh, blonde Disney girls! ^o^) Hope you don't get sick of me as a blonde. I've never had anything lighter than dark brown highlights before. Haha!
Okay, for SERIOUS I am going to bed early tonight for some well-deserved rest. Thank you so much for reading/watching and let me know how you liked it in the comments. ^_^
Costume provided by http://www.discountwomensdressshoes.com, Lioele products, wig, and bottom lashes provided by http://www.prettyandcute.com, circle lenses provided by http://www.pinkyparadise.com.
I was not paid to use or promote any items in this tutorial. I only use what I like!