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How to Get Sultry Vampire Makeup For Halloween

Whether you prefer to pull blood-sucking inspiration from Nosferatu or True Blood, a vampire costume is a classic for a reason. It's an easy way to look spooky and seductive at the same time — if you get the makeup right. Learn how to vamp it up with expertise from MAC Senior Artist Tiffany Johnston, who shows the step-by-step way to create a fangtastic look for your costume. Watch now!

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Annie-Tomlin Annie-Tomlin 5 years
I was out yesterday, but CalidaA said exactly what I would have said — just go for a hue that's two or three shades lighter than your own skin tone.
littlemunchkin littlemunchkin 5 years
Four coats of mascara AND falsies? Wow! Looks good though!
CalidaA CalidaA 5 years
@mellylo7: Asians can look good in pale skin too, but maybe fine something that's pale for you, especially if you have a deeper skin tone. For instance, a light ivory or beige could already look pale on your skin. Don't forget to paint your neck with pale colors too!
bryseana bryseana 5 years
mellylo7 mellylo7 5 years
What about if you're asian...cuz asians don't look good with pale skin like that, what would be your suggestions?
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