Skeleton Makeup Ideas are here for Halloween 2021. The skull costume is a Halloween classic for a reason: when done right, this look can be stuffy at a party. Whether you plan a few weeks in advance or need some last-minute ideas, we’ve found 10 makeup tutorials to try for every skill level and end result. Need the perfect sugar skull to see the day of the dead? Don’t worry, we do too. Suppose you’ve ever spent hours researching Halloween makeup ideas on Instagram. In that case, you may have seen some awesome but impossible IRL looks. Skeleton makeup definitely falls into this category. Making every little detail right involves a lot of intricate things. But luckily, the god of makeup (read “Beauty Bloggers”) felt the skill and time limits between us and half-skeleton makeup were born. It has all the weird markings of classic Halloween skull makeup but still allows you to wear smoky eyes.
I’ll say it straight: skull makeup is my favorite Halloween look. When used correctly, it will strike a perfect balance between weird and cute. And it’s also a great excuse to use those ultra-dark eyeshadows and eyeliners that currently take up space in your cosmetic bag. The best part? Whether you’re a legal professional using face painting like a damn artist (please teach me). Or a beginner who waits until October 31 to assemble a costume. There’s a skeleton makeup for every skill combination.
To prove it to you, I sum up the 35 best skeleton tutorials straight from YouTube and some products you’ll definitely want to have on hand. Keep scrolling and get ready to completely destroy it at this year’s Halloween party.
1.Skeleton Makeup Ideas
We visited makeup artist Lijha Stewart (aka “Halloween Queen”) to walk us through this step-by-step skeleton makeup tutorial. This is precisely how to get the look. Purple is one of the best colors in autumn. What better combination of Halloween and fall creativity than applying skeleton makeup on purple hair! Color can help you update the classic skeleton or skull look.