There's nothing we love more than a man in spandex, so when Dracula emerged from the cemetery in a full snakeskin-print ensemble, well... it felt like we had died and gone to heaven.
With all the fun we had over summer in our reversible capes, it only seemed right to include this Caped Count in our Halloween photo shoot. As with all of our capes, this limited edition is reversible, made with the finest of spandex and comes with finger loops to enable hands-free flying.
WHAT YOU NEED:
- Snazaroo Face Paint: 1 x White, 1 x Black
- Thin Paint Brush
- Make Up Sponge
- Brown Eyeshadow
- Black Pencil Eyeliner
The make up for this look has been kept very minimal with all of the emphasis on creating heavy, defined eyebrows.
1. With the make up sponge apply a thin layer of the white face paint across your face. Blend well so there is no definitive line where the face paint ends.
2. Brush the brown eyeshadow across your eyelids, creating darker shading under the thicker part of your eyebrow.
3. Use the paint brush to apply a thick layer of black face paint to the eyebrows. Really accentuate these by adding points at the top to sharpen the brow line.
4. Add a thin layer of pencil eyeliner underneath the eye, smudging slightly in the corners to achieve a smokey look.
THE LADY IS A VAMP:
For all the Countesses out there, fear not - this look is unisex and looks great with our holographic snakeskin print crop top and matching leggings. Here are a few of our favourite vampire inspired looks from our Halloween Pinterest board to help bring out your dark side:
ADD SOME COLOUR:
Adding red, blue or purple is a great way to add some colour to your make up whilst keeping the look very gothic. For darker lips, use black liner around the edge of your mouth and fill in with a dark plum or deep purple lipstick.
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