Last week, I showed you some Halloween looks from MAC. Well, TeamSugar member CocoChic has been one busy lady—she managed to do not one, but two of these looks. When I first saw these pictures, I thought she'd gone to the MAC counter to get them done. But nope, she did it herself. She called it a "feeble attempt," but I beg to differ! Check out the original diagrams and CocoChic's real-world interpretations here. (And if you have some Halloween makeup or hair of your own, message me and I might share it with readers!)
For CocoChic's details on how she created these looks,
"I started with Crackin Up. I covered my face in pearly white eyeshadow and covered my brows with concealer, my BE foundation, and clear brow gel. I lined my eyes with black pencil. Then, I used a dark brown and champagne colored eyeshadows on my lids and LOTS of mascara on top. I put some pearly pink eyeshadow on my cheeks and nude lipstick on my lips. Then, I took the black eye pencil and attempted to make the cracks the best I could.
"For the Zombie face, I started by covering my brows in concealer. I smudged dark purple shadow on my lids, then took a burgundy shadow and brushed it all over my eyes, my brows, the bridge of my nose, temples, and cheeks. I took the white shadow from the first look and covered the parts of my face that didn't alread have shadow on them. I covered my lips in concealer, put the white shadow on, and lined them lightly with black eye pencil. I smudged it all up so that my lips looked like the rest of the skin around them. I then took the black pencil and made the contour lines under my cheekbones. I smudged that and added some of the dark purple shadow on the sides of my nose, near my eyes. Finally, I took the black pencil and drew on cracks like I did in the first look."