- Eye liner brush or thin paint brush
- Blending brushes
- White cream Halloween makeup (to create grey hairs)
- Eye shadows (browns and bone or skin colors for highlighting and contouring)
- Liquid or cream foundation to create your base
- Brown eye liner
- Pressed or loose powders
- Primers for (face and eyes)
I started off my transformation with a freshly clean and moisturized face. I applied some face primer and eye primer to ensure the makeup lasts.
Apply your base of choice whether it is in liquid or cream form. Make sure to set it with a loose or pressed powder.
Make sure you have several different shades of browns to create your shadows and lines on the face.
Using brown liner I drew lines where I already have natural lines and wrinkles. But if you are very young or have amazing genes make sure to frown or scrunch your face and find where you would naturally have wrinkles and lines. I then drew lines with the brown liner and topped them with brown shadow and blended them making them look more realistic. I did this all over my face and a little down my neck to give the appearance of sagging skin. I highlighted between all the wrinkles with a bone or flesh color to create a highlight and shadow effect. Using the white cream costume makeup and a brush I painted in grey hairs into my brows and hair, and using my finger I patted it in just a bit to make them look more natural. Once you have completed all of these steps your end result should look something like this:
28 to 78 in under an hour.
Lol I look like my grandmother!
Enjoy and hope you all have a safe and Happy Halloween!