Alien Halloween Makeup Tutorial

Alien Halloween Makeup Tutorial



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a lot of folks are taking the internet fuelled idea of storming area 51 where conspiracy theorists think the government has aliens of eyes [Applause] [Applause] hello welcome back to my channel today's video is gonna be on this everyday makeup lip obviously for real though I decided to do an alien look because area 51 is hot right now it is hot hot hot everyone's talking about it sickening I was inspired by this picture right over here and this artist over here and I thought this was such a sick piece of art that I wanted to create it on my face we're gonna go ahead and get into the tutorial starting off with this side of my face no brow brow over here cuz we're doing one glam side and one spooky side I'm going into the artist couture eyeshadow palette and I'm just gonna do a pretty basic eye look you can do any I look on the glam side that you want at glitter do a smoky eye whatever you want then I'm just gonna pick up this bone color from the k'kaw I think that's for Bridal palette and I'm just gonna place that on the lid again nothing revolutionary this eyeliner however is revolutionary this is the Linda Hallberg pencil liner and it is literally the best eyeliner I've ever tried in my life it's so black and easy to work with and smudge out and manipulate and it just it's beautiful so I'm using that to create my wing cuz I find it's a lot easier for me to do that sometimes and just kind of smoking it out with some eyeshadow cuz I do want it to be more of a smoky wing then I just popped on some lashes I think these are an old pair of batty B lashes in the style batty I just found them chilling on my desk and I said you know let me use this lash right here and then I'm just gonna smoke out the lower lash with the same liner and some of the brown eyeshadow as well I decided I wanted the I love to be basic but not that basic so I went in with a little gold glitter and just Pat it had to tip padded padded pact it there you go packed it onto my lid and now it's time for the alien kit I just picked this up at the spirit Halloween store let's just see how this goes I mean I already know the outcome of this but we're gonna pretend I don't I'm taking some rubbing alcohol and really cleaning up the area that we are going to be adding this alien prosthetic on and I'm also gonna black out my eyeball so that you know the alien eye looks more realistic ish once I have the prosthetic on I also knew that I was gonna cut this prosthetic you know you just want to kind of hold it up to your face see where you want to cut it and then kind of map that out you know when you trim an eyelash and you think wow I really messed that up I think that's what happened here in this instant because I I wanted it to be cut a little different but you know we're gonna work with it you want to put vaseline over your eyebrows when you're applying any glues to the face so that all your hairs are protected I only have five I need them all thank you so much and I'm gonna glue this on with some pros-aide now prior to gluing this on with the pros-aide I actually spilled the majority of the bottle all over my desk I wish I had footage I don't but it was it was funny not at the time it's funny now thinking about it so here I'm just going in again and making sure all the edges are really glued down and dried down do you guys see the condensation building up in the alien eyeball me too I'm taking some liquid latex and applying it around the edges of the prosthetic to make it look a little better and a little bit more seamless if you will and then we're gonna go in with the foundation because I didn't do that part of the face yet so I'm just gonna carefully go around everything the more glammed side and just do a traditional makeup over here I don't even really need to show all the traditional makeup side because you guys already know the deal concealer Foundation a little setting powder yada-yada-yada let's move back onto the alien side so now I'm taking more liquid latex and building that up here's where I got a little confused I've done liquid latex with tissue so often but I feel like I was so out of it at this point of filming that I was unsure of my direction so just bear with me here I decided at this point to go into the paint that the kit came with just so I could get a better idea of the overall picture and because the liquid latex was just tripping me out for a minute so I'm using the paint and just kind of giving myself an all-over base layer it is a little tricky to work with the paint that it came with but I am trying my best here to cover the whole prosthetic with that grayish color in the kit I'm gonna go in with some black and just try to deepen up some of these crevices around the alien eyeball and also any crevices that are in the prosthetic so I can get a little sense of depth here I ended up dipping into my makeup forever flash palette because I felt like the paint's were a little bit creamier and maybe easier to work with and I started stippling a dark gray almost charcoal I mixed grey in black and just started stippling to get texture around the edges so that the prosthetic blended a little bit better the skin looked a little bit more eerie and I I made the decision to cover the eyeball with a black paint because I felt like the condensation look was not the vibe and yes I mean no I could not see out of this eyeball afterwards so the rest of the tutorial I had one eyeball I'm really going and happy with the stippling technique because I just feel like it's working for the prosthetic it's really helping the edges hiding any imperfections in my application I think this is my first time applying a prosthetic hard to say I never really thought memory but I'm pretty sure this is the first time so I'm kind of learning how to work with it I'm adding some white paint as a highlight just on brow-bone you know I want my brow bone to pop I want to be a sickening looking alien with a brow bone highlight so I'm just adding that and then stippling it out I was like let me add a highlight to my eyeball as well I think I ended up getting rid of that in the end it looked a little fly like to me but you know I was testing the waters I decided to add a little bit of red moments throughout the look just to give it um you know some color some variation in color so I just added red around the eyes in certain areas from here you really just want to feel it out do some shadowing I'm using a black eyeshadow and a fluffy brush and just kind of going around those deeper parts of the prosthetic to make it look really hollow and have more depth and I'm just doing that for a little bit until I decide to go back into my liquid latex situation here we kind of want our face to be looking like it's ripped and the skin is kind of ripping into the alien prosthetic so I'm just using tissue paper ripped up tissue paper and liquid latex along the edges to do this and then once I laid that down I decided to go over a foundation so that it looked a little bit more like skin so I do want it to have the effect of a torn skin here and as you can see this is the part where I did struggle with the latex and tissue but in the end I think you know I made it work and then to take away some of that shine I used a translucent colorless powder from Marin to just dull that down a little bit so it didn't look so shiny and I really cleaned up the edges using a black eyeshadow in all the crevices to add depth and I think that really helped the look a lot especially with my latex job there so after you've added all your finishing touches you are done my friend that's it this is it I just popped on a wig from insert name here and my mom gave me some black gloves because I feel like it makes me look more mysterious and the alien look is complete I did struggle with my edges a little bit I'm not gonna lie to you guys okay I struggled with my liquid latex which is strange because I feel like I've never struggled with my liquid latex before and it's fine I fix it with a little eye shadow I think it's still looks super cool thank you guys so much for watching I hope you enjoyed this alien tutorial and I will see you guys in my next video hello who's there

32 thoughts on “Alien Halloween Makeup Tutorial

  1. I know itโ€™s past Halloween already but I would LOOOOVE too see your version of Jim Carreyโ€™s The Mask ! You will look so bomb ! Next Halloween idea ???

  2. The fact that she did this with one eye just shows how much of a GOAT she is in this make up industry ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ’“๐Ÿ๐Ÿ‘‘

  3. Question! Was there proper ventilation of plastic covering your eye? I only ask because your eyeball needs oxygen ๐Ÿ™‚

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