Halloween – Melting Skull: Pizza & Perrier x The Lipstick Pantry

October 30, 2016

Hello Beautiful People!

I am so excited to be sharing this piece with you! I collaborated with one of my really good blogger biffles, Rasmin Momin from The Lipstick Pantry! Neither one of us had ever tried a Halloween look this intense, but it worked out perfectly! Everyone loves this look, and honestly, it’s such an easy look to go for if you don’t want to spend so much money on a Halloween costume this year!

Today, I will share the do’s and don’ts while creating this look AND everything we used from the makeup to the outfits to the face paint.

This look was inspired by Desi Perkins and we are SO obsessed.

Now, lets get started!!


Halloween Melting Skull Look – Inspired by Desi Perkins

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Rasmin – The Lipstick Pantry

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Rasmin paired up her black tee and jeans with a Biker leather jacket. To pull the look together, she added a silver statement necklace and knee high leather boots from Guess.
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Glam Side: Foundation– Nars sheer glow Stromboli, dropping in gold highlight from the glow kit, Eye– modern renaissance: burnt orange, Venetian red, Cyprus Umbar, Red Ochre. Liner– Maybelline liquid and gel. Also, for eye – black market from urban decay smokey.
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Skull Side: Face – white washable paint from Crayola & White pencil from NYX cosmetics. Eye – Black washable paint from Crayola and a black liner pencil by NYX cosmetics. Lips & Teeth – Gel eyeliner from Maybelline and Elf. Melting Gel – Mehron 3D gel in fleshtone (bought from amazon).

Myself – Pizza & Perrier

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I wore a grey knitted sweater from Altr’d State. Paired my sweater with black leggings and knee high boots. To pull the look together, I added my leather jacket from Wet Seal.
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Glam Side: Foundation – Revlon PhotoReady 008 Golden Beige. Bronzer – Baked Matte Satin Bronzer by Lorac. Highlight – Light Beam highlight from Sephora. Brows – Dip Brow Pomade from Anastasia Beverly Hills. Mascara & Eyeliner – Maybelline
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Skull Side: Face – white washable paint from Crayola & White pencil from NYX cosmetics. Eye – Black washable paint from Crayola and a black liner pencil by NYX cosmetics. Lips & Teeth – Gel eyeliner from Maybelline and Elf. Melting Gel – Mehron 3D gel in fleshtone (bought from amazon).

We are SO happy that this look urned out far more intense than we aimed for! As first timers…not too shabby! But, I would like to add a few pointers for those that may be trying this for Halloween as well.


Useful pointers

Do not use washable paint – instead, use FACE paint

Do not use the gel directly on your face if it feels hot. Read directions carefully before applying

Do not use paint by the lash and waterline of your eye. Go back and fill it in with eyeliner

Keep eye drops with you, if you have sensitive eyes


I really hope you guys enjoyed this look, because we did! Have a safe and wonderful Halloween! If this post inspired you, tag us in your pictures. We would love to see your work!

For more pictures, see our IG handles

@rasminm2 & @ishtiaqm

xo

M