Hello loves, welcome back!! My favourite time of the year has finally arrived- HALLOWEEN- and the transformations have begun!! Ice cream is everyone’s favourite guilty pleasure, so why not make yourself irresistible with just a few products? This look is a tad time consuming, but the outcome is completely worth it. I love these types of looks where the makeup is the costume in itself, therefore you don’t need to go out and splurge on an extravagant costume for just one night. That being said, if you are interested in seeing how I created this Ice Cream Girl makeup look, please keep reading to find all of the products below!
I began this look already having my right brow done and my foundation and concealer on and set with powder.
Getting the Shape: I began by taking a pink coloured cream paint that I purchased at the halloween store to outline the initial shape of the “dripping” ice cream. I did about two layers of this, allowing each to dry before applying other product.
Adding Dimension: Once the shape of the ice cream is created, it is now time to add dimension by highlighting and contouring certain areas. Around the perimeter of the ice cream I took the previous pink cream makeup and added a touch of red cream makeup to get a deeper appearance while keeping the same undertone. Next, I did the opposite by taking that same pink cream makeup and added a touch of white cream makeup to get a lighter effect and applied this to the centre of the ice cream to bring this area forward.
Set the Face: Once the shape is complete and the base colours are applied, it is time to set the face and apply some further shading and highlighting. Taking the Bh Cosmetics 120 Colour Palette 2nd Edition, I used the lightest pink to set the lighter zones, the deepest pink to set the contoured zones and the medium tone to set the in-between zones.
Waffle Cone Contour: To create the waffle cone effect on the opposite side of the face, I applied Anastasia Beverly Hills contour powders in “Java” and “Fawn” and applied this heavily where I commonly would contour. I also used this combination of bronzers to shade underneath the ice cream “drips” to create the illusion of a lifted drip, so it appears as though it is dripping off of your face.
Then taking my NYX Liquid Liner in “White” I created a cross hatch design to mimic a waffle cone.
And that completes the look! Sprinkle brows and all, you are ready to sweeten up everyone’s night with this look!
Thank you for taking the time to read today, I hope you enjoyed. Make sure you tag me if you decide to recreate this.
Happy Halloween! Talk to you soon! Xx