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Easy—and Creepy—Halloween Vampire Makeup DIY

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Spooky or sexy? We say go for both! You don't have to be a professional makeup artist to create an award-wining look. With our little help and some make-up products, you can be the star of the party. In fact, there's a world of ridiculously pretty, sexy, and yes, a little creepy, Halloween makeup tutorials that mere mortals (like us) can create at home. Here goes…
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We took some inspiration from our very own King Kylie's lip kit packaging (We know you are a fan, don't try to fight it) and created this fabulous look that might cause some serious Car-dashing!
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Step 1: Start with applying the L'Oreal Paris Base Magique Transforming Smoothing Primer, because you want your masterpiece to last all night long. Then apply the L'Oreal Paris Mat Magique 12H Bright Mat Foundation and L.A. Girl Pro Conceal HD to create a perfect base. Get that perfect sculpted jawline and cheekbones with the Freedom Pro Contour.
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Step 2: Use the Makeup Revolution Redemption Palette to create a slightly smoky eye with the rose gold and bronze shade. Then, line your eyes with Maybelline The Colossal Liner – Black, and don't forget to wing it out just a little bit. Top your eye make-up with L'Oreal Paris Faux Cils Superstar Mascara, because Kylie's lashes are no joke!
A Kylie-inspired look is not complete unless we top it off with a nude lippie. So, grab the NYX Professional Makeup Liquid Suede Cream Lipstick– Sandstrom to get that perky pout!
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Step 3: Now for the fun part!  Take NYX Professional Makeup Liquid Suede Cream Lipstick- Cherry Skies and create a drizzling pattern around one side of the your mouth, making sure you go from the bottom to the top to get the right effect. Do the same thing on one eye and smudge it around your lower lash line to avoid harsh lines. To get the ombre effect, take a slight amount of the Coloressence Shimmer Highlighter on a lipstick brush and blend it at the end of the droplets.
You can crank this look up a bit with a platinum wig and nude bodycon dress. Do let us know if you are excited to replicate this look!
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