WOOCHIE MAKEUP KIT
One of the most popular Halloween makeup looks of the year is now easier than ever to achieve with the Rainbow Skull 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. Discover all the possibilities this striking spectrum of colors has to offer!
Wet the wedge sponge and apply red makeup to the outer side of each cheekbone in short streaks and dabs. Thoroughly rinse your sponge and, working inward, apply the yellow makeup to about right under the outer edges of your nostrils, mixing some yellow with half of the red makeup to create the orange sections. Rinse your sponge again and paint the remaining portion of your mouth with blue makeup, mixing a very small amount of blue with the edges of the yellow makeup to create the green section.
Wet the brush side of the dual-tip applicator and mix the red and blue makeup to create purple. Paint the purple on top of the red makeup on your cheeks to create the cheek hollows, and apply a dash of purple down the middle of your lips to complete the rainbow spectrum.
Wet the liner brush and use the black makeup draw on a skull nose as well as the outlines of the teeth, jaws and cheek hollows. Add vertical cracks to the teeth areas. Use Images 3 and 4 as a guide.
Thoroughly rinse the brush end of the dual-tip applicator and use it with the white makeup to fill in the areas inside of the teeth outlines.
For added skeletal effect, watch the video tutorial below to see a demonstration on how to apply matching neck makeup for your Rainbow Skull.
YOUTUBE VIDEO TUTORIAL
See exactly how we create our Rainbow Skull look by watching the video tutorial.
Follow along with the step-by-step instructions to achieve the most accurate results.
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Discover all the creative possibilities that the Rainbow Skull Makeup Kit has to offer.
Here are a few different options to help you unleash your inner artist.
Wet the wedge sponge and use it with the white makeup to fully color in everything on your face below your nose.
Wet the liner brush and use the black makeup to paint on a skeleton nose, teeth, and cheek hollows. Add some thin lines from the teeth area to create a cracked effect. See Image 2 for reference.
Wet the brush side of the dual-tip applicator and paint red makeup in the outer teeth on each side. Rinse the brush and, skipping a tooth, paint yellow makeup on the outer half of those teeth (3rd tooth from the outside). Mix the red and yellow makeup to to create orange, and fill in the teeth between the red and yellow ones.
Rinse the brush side of the dual tip applicator and use the blue makeup to paint the inside half on the 4 inner teeth. Mix the yellow and blue makeup to create green and fill in the remaining halves of the yellow and blue teeth.
Wet the wedge sponge and apply thick streaks of blue makeup on the outer edges of your face, starting from you forehead , tapering inward starting from the bottom of your ear and bringing the color down to about an inch outside the corner of your mouth. Rinse the sponge thoroughly and, working inward, apply the red makeup next to the blue, blending the two colors as you go and leaving space around the eye holes. Rinse the sponge again and fill in the rest of your face with the yellow makeup, blending the edges into the red makeup to create orange.
Wet the brush end of the dual-tip applicator and using the white makeup, paint on a row of 8 teeth on your upper lip, extending to the edges of the skull makeup. Extend the outer teeth to a point to create fangs.
Wet the sponge end of the dual tip applicator and use the black makeup to create eye holes a skull nose. Use the liner brush with the black makeup to outline the mask and teeth as well as add details such as cracks and skull definition. See Image 3 for reference.
Thoroughly rinse the liner brush and use the white makeup to highlight the outlines of your skull. See Image 4 for reference.