- Skeleton makeup
Before starting the intense Halloween party makeup, apply your base makeup as you always do. Opt for a white base to get the ghost makeup right. You can use white paint all over your face, including your neck to get the perfect finish. Also, try to keep the focus on your eyes. Make some excessive dark circles around your eyes and draw fake black tears with eyeliner. Line your lips with a smudge-proof kajal and apply the darkest brown lipstick. Then, overdraw your lips and opt for the sealed lip effect with the same kajal. Lastly, lock your skeleton makeup with setting spray and dust some talcum powder on your hair to stand out from the rest.
- Vampire makeup male
Create the oh-so-trendy vampire Halloween makeup look by doing your base makeup as usual. Then, add a dramatic definition to your Halloween party makeup by sculpting and highlighting the high points of your face such as the cheekbones, jawline, bridge of your nose and cupid’s bow. Blend it well. Start your eye makeup by applying black eyeshadow and mixing it with red eyeshadow while creating a smokey effect. Further, use an angled brush and red lipstick to create streaks of blood running down your eyes. Colour your lips with maroon liquid lipstick and don’t forget to create streaks of blood running down from your mouth to achieve the perfect Vampire makeup effect. If you wish to go an extra mile, draw some fake cuts and bruises on your neck, and fake, long teeth on the corner of your mouth with coloured eyeliner.
- Clown makeup
To achieve the Halloween clown makeup look, apply a brightening concealer. Use a shade or two lighter to get the desired result. Colour your entire face and neck with white paint. Elevate your joker Halloween makeup by adding red circles to the apples of your cheeks and nose with bright red lipstick. Begin your eye makeup by shaping your eyebrows well and use the green eyeshadow shade on your entire eyelid, including the lower lid. Enhance your eyes by using a thick layer of black kajal on your lower waterline. Complete your Halloween clown makeup by overdrawing your lips and creating the creepy, scary clown makeup effect with red lipstick.
How to ace the base?
Make sure that you don’t skip applying the base makeup before trying your hands on any of the above-mentioned Halloween makeup looks for men. After cleansing and moisturising, use a primer to create a smooth canvas for the rest of your Halloween party makeup. Then, apply foundation to create an even complexion and smooth texture. Next, banish the blemishes and cover dark spots with concealer. Lastly, control oil, shine, and sebum by applying pressed powder.
So folks, stop looking up ideas for ‘easy skeleton makeup male’ and start creating these looks. Not sure which of the above-mentioned Halloween party makeup will suit you the most? Don’t worry as we’ve got your back. The good news is that you can now finalise your Halloween makeup for men with ease by heading to the L’Oréal Paris Virtual-Try-On tool that allows you to experiment with different face makeup, eye makeup and lip makeup products virtually, from the comfort of your home. All you need to do is use your phone or computer camera to preview more than 100 shades of makeup and choose products that work the best for you. Once confident, try one or all the aforementioned Halloween party makeup looks and rock this spooky season. Looking for Halloween makeup ideas for the special woman in your life? Check out this guide on how you can create simple cat makeup or easy witch makeup with L’Oréal Paris!