Not everyone wants to be bloody and scary at Halloween. Go for a "Glamoween" look! This easy and sparkly design are working for both adults and kids. Add some extra glitter and gems and you are ready to rock that Halloween party!
Step 1: Sponge work.
Use the pointy tip of your petal shaped sponge and start with the Neon Orange to cover the eyelids and make the bottom part of the middle section. Flip the sponge and use the other pointy tip of the sponge to add the White Shimmer colour. Put on some White Shimmer over the orange parts and just under the eyes other corner. Use the round part of the petal sponge and Lavender Shimmer to make a rounded shape over the white parts.
Part 2: Spiderwebs.
Use a #3 round brush and a waxy black colour to make the spiderwebs. Start by making long teardrops pointed towards the outer corner of the eyes and towards the central focal point between the eyes. Connect the teardrops by making small curved lines between them.
Step 3: Black details.
Make some more black details using the same brush and waxy black. Do some long teardrops, classic "Halloween swirls", dots and eyeliner. Add some bats using a waxy black paint, a finger dauber and the bats from BAM PAX Stencils Haunted Collection.
Step 4: Glitter, gems and lips.
To make the design really "Glamoween", we have to add some bling! Use a gold liquid bling and add on every spiderweb and teardrops. Put on some gold Festival Glitter on the outside of the design. Don´t put it on top of the paint, put it just on the bare skin. We don´t want to risk that the paint will smudge out because of the gel base in the glitter. Paint the lips with the same purple colour and finish off with a gem cluster on the bottom of the middle part.
You are now ready for a sparkly Halloween!
Hope you like it and happy painting!
Homemade gem cluster
Hi! My name is Linnéa and I live in the south part of Sweden with my husband and two children.
I started to face paint in 2016, and I am now a certified face painter from Olga Murasev´s International Face Painting School.