Transform into your own cosmic creation with the Galactic Makeup Kit by Woochie. To help you get the most out of your kit, we've compiled a series of step-by-step instructions and videos by our team of makeup professionals to guide and inspire you along the way.  With so many possibilities in just one box, the universe is literally at your fingertips!

GALACTIC

WOOCHIE MAKEUP KIT

1

Wet the wedge sponge and apply purple makeup with a streak motion in a mask-like shape on the forehead, temples and top of cheeks.

2

With the liner brush, wet the blue makeup and continue to fill in the unpainted areas of the mask shape with streaks. For a softer look, use the wet wedge sponge to blend the blue and the purple.

3

Thoroughly rinse the wedge sponge and use it to dab a little of the hot pink makeup onto some areas of your mask. Wet the brush end of the dual-tip applicator and apply the hot pink makeup in defined streaks for bolder color. For a softer look, use the wet wedge sponge to blend the hot pink, blue and purple. Apply hot pink to lips using the brush end of the dual-tip applicator.

4

Thoroughly rinse the liner brush and use it to wet the white makeup. Paint 3 to 5 starburst shapes across your mask, then make small white dots across the mask to create smaller stars and constellations. For the final touch, use the glitter adhesive with the sponge side of the dual-tip applicator to dip into the glitter and gently apply on top of your painted mask.

YOUTUBE VIDEO TUTORIAL

See exactly how we create our Galactic look by watching the video tutorial.

Follow along with the step-by-step instructions to achieve the most accurate results.

Subscribe to the Woochie FX Youtube channel for even more great makeup looks, ideas and tutorials.

ALTERNATE LOOKS

Discover all the creative possibilities that the Galactic Makeup Kit has to offer.

Here are a few different options to help you unleash your inner artist.

ALTERNATE LOOK:

INTERSTELLAR

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Wet the wedge sponge and dab blue makeup on forehead and down the side of your cheek all the way to the chin. Blend in a circular motion to create a watercolor effect.

2

Thoroughly rinse the wedge sponge and use it to dab purple makeup around the outside of the blue makeup. Dab a few purple spots within the blue makeup and blend the two colors using a circular motion. Use the brush end of the dual tip applicator to apply a light amount of purple under your lower lash line.

3

Thoroughly rinse the wedge sponge and use it to dab the hot pink makeup onto some areas of the purple and blue. Blend gently.  Apply hot pink to lips using the brush end of the dual-tip applicator.

4

Wet the white makeup with the liner brush and paint 3 to 5 starburst shapes across the blended colors, then make small white dots to create smaller stars and constellations. Line the white makeup along the inner corners of your eyes, and lightly paint the tips of your lower lashes. For the final touch, use the glitter adhesive with the sponge side of the dual-tip applicator to dip into the glitter and gently apply on top of your galaxy.

ALTERNATE LOOK:

PLANETARY

1

Wet the wedge sponge and apply purple makeup with a diagonal streak motion from the top of your forehead on one side, across your cheek and down to your neck on the the other side of your face.

2

With the liner brush, wet the blue makeup and paint over some areas of the purple with diagonal streaks going in the same direction. For a softer look, use the wet wedge sponge to blend the blue and the purple.

3

Use the brush end of the dual tip applicator to wet the hot pink makeup and create two large circles; one on your cheek and one on the same side on your forehead. Use the fine tip brush and blue makeup to create a slightly smaller circle on top of the pink circle on your cheek, and create a shadow effect on the circle on your forehead with small, diagonal streak motions on one side. Scatter smaller pink and blue dots  across the backdrop of your makeup to create more distant planets.

4

Thoroughly rinse the liner brush and paint a few white streaks going in the same direction as the rest of the backround. Next, paint highlight details on the larger planets on the opposite side of where you painted your planet's shadow. Make a few starburst and twinkle shapes, then scatter tiny dots across the painted area to make stars. For the final touch, use the glitter adhesive with the sponge side of the dual-tip applicator to dip into the glitter and gently apply on top of your galaxy.

 
 
 

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