Hey Dolls! This Monster High makeup tutorial is for little girls. Yay! My beautiful daughter, Chibi Kitsch, will be the smart and gorgeous Lagoona Blue this Halloween. For her look, I omitted foundation, powder, eyeliner and mascara. I just think that’s too much for a 9 year old to wear, not to mention the difficulty of taking it all off. You can complete this look in 5 minutes with inexpensive alternatives to what I used.
List of Products:
Lancome Color Design Shadows – Personal Style (blue), Drape (white), Drama (purple)
My first Halloween makeup tutorial ever is up and ready! My daughter and I are going to be Monster High dolls. I am going as Frankie Stein and she will be Lagoona Blue. This tutorial was intended for teens and adults since it requires a lot of makeup and lashes. Stay tuned for the Lagoona Blue tutorial for little girls.
Complete list of products used:
Lioele Triple the Solution BB Cream
Make Up For Ever – shadow 72 (contour)
Lancome Shadow – Personal Style (highlight)
Urban Decay Super Saturated High Shine Lip Color – Adrenaline
MAC Dazzleglass – Radiant Jewels (limited)
Lancome Ombre Perfecteur (primer)
Lancome shadow – Personal Style, Drama
Make Up For Ever – shadow 72
Make Up For Ever Aqua Black Waterproof Cream Eye Shadow (brows and eye liner)
MAC Smolder Eye Khol
MAC Opulash Mascara
Japanese dollar store lashes (top)
Illamasqua lashes – 013 (bottom)
Thanks for watching my Monster High makeup tutorial!
Is it disturbing that it was fun to create creepy gothic stuff for a toddler? Is it more disturbing that Devil’s Rejects was a 4 year old’s favorite movie? Hell yeah! That’s why I joined this swap! Here’s what I made for a cute 4 year old girl who loves koi fish, Disney princesses, zombies, and the Devil’s Rejects. My Goth Kids Swap package had a a bedtime theme.
Gothic Tinkerbell slippers:
Zombie Girl pillow:
voodoo doll (complete with noose):
a creepy ass sleep shirt that reads “Captain Spaulding for President”:
and a punky koi fish neckalace handmade by me with sharpies and shrink plastic: