This one’s devilishly good… I promise.
Okay I’ll quit it with the puns! Even though a devil is pretty much a staple Halloween look, I’ve never actually attempted it… until now- so you be the judge on whether I captured the look hehe! Scroll down for details on the make up I used, and watch the tutorial at the bottom of the page!
I wanted my devil to be one sassy, satanic mess- no part of her make up structured, and even her pitchfork/trident be tangled in her hair because she doesn’t want to hold it.
My wig was just a really cheap one from eBay- it’s definitely worth a look on there if you’re thinking about a costume on a budget. Lenses were kindly supplied by the amazing peeps at Crazy Lenses in the shade ‘Red Vampire’ – I love that they have a slightly yellow accents to them.
Horns were purchased from Primark- at just £2, it’s a satanic steal! And my trident was from good ol’ Poundland. I’ll be showing you how to re-purpose your trident later on in the month so watch this space! Neck details are incredibly popular on Instagram and I’ve just been getting to grips with them lately. Instead of doing a solid black or solid red area, I decided to draw some simple occult-like symbols- I majorly loled at my attempt to draw a Ram…
I used my Marc Jacobs Beauty Concealer in the shade ‘1 Awake‘ to get rid of all of those blemishes before going in with Primark’s Ghost Foundation which is honestly the most accurate shade for my face, haha!
Next up Freedom Make Up’s ‘Steal the Show‘ liquid lipstick which I applied all over the neck and chest as well as my forehead, cheeks and chin. A combination of Marc Jacobs Beauty’s ‘Blacquer‘ and Lime Crime’s ‘Black Velvet‘ on the lips and it wouldn’t be one of my tutorials without some freckles now would it?! I used my Make Up Gallery liquid liner and also Lime Crime’s liquid lipstick in the shade ‘True Love‘
Watch the full tutorial here:
Have you ever been as a devil to a Halloween party?
* Although I was gifted the above mentioned Marc Jacobs products and the contact lenses, all opinions are of course my own.