Monday, October 29, 2012

Halloween Makeup: Special FX Unleashed Pink Fighter

So, who's ready for Halloween? ;-)

I was thinking of something to do for my Halloween special makeup this year. Last year, I did a Wounded Shewolf makeup. If you haven't seen that yet, here's the video:

That was actually like my 3rd or 4th video ever in YouTube and I was still using my laptop cam that time that's why the video has low quality. Anyway, this year, I did something almost the same. The makeup that I did also has wounds but I added a twist. I was actually inspired by the Special FX terminator that Promise Tamang Phan had created. Promise is the best when it comes to makeup transformations! She's AMAZING! I was also inspired by Lani Jayme of Makeup Artistry by LJ. Check out her makeup inspired by Candise City's tattoo!

*photo credits to Makeup Artistry by LJ*

Isn't it amazing? Instead of doing the exact makeup look, I changed it by doing zebra-like prints and I just made a neutral eye makeup with winged liner and dramatic eyelashes. And also, mine is kind of disgusting! Haha! I added fake blood.

Not being narcissistic, I actually can't stop looking at my photos after my solo photo-shoot! Hahaha! I love how the look turned out! It's unfortunate that my camera went ballistic before I film this a tutorial for this. I was supposed to film this but then my camera vibrated again! I hate Sony DSC T70! It's time to change my camera!!! BUT the camera had the time to rest while I was doing my makeup so after I finished doing this look, I did film a very short movie displaying the look in some kind of a cinematic way.

Anyway, since I didn't get the chance to film a tutorial for this, I'll just share with you the products that I used and bombard you with lotsa photos!!! I just used the exact same technique I used for the fake wounds in my Wounded Shewolf. Tissue + eyelash glue = AWESOME!


Watsons Tissue torn into pieces (depending on the size of wound you want to create)
Aido Eye Putti eyelash glue
Tweezers to cute the fake wounds
Careline Lip Gloss (red, for blood)
Fashion 21 Colour Shine Liquid Lipstick (red for blood)
Black, pink, red lip colors from Dollface Cosmetics Vanity Palette
Black, blue, purple, pink eye shadows from Dollface Cosmetics Vanity Palete
Snoe Eye Boop Precision Liquid Liner (perfect for creating the tips of the prints because the felt tip is thin)
Kokeshi Doll Liquid Liner (what I used to fill in the prints)

Revlon ColorStay liquid foundation in Golden Beige
Maybelline Clear Smooth Shine-Free Face Powder in Honey
Contouring Powder and Peach blush from Dollface Cosmetics Vanity Palette
Satin beige eye shadow from NYX Nude On Nude Palette for highlight

Ever Bilena Precision Blender in black
Ever Bilena single eye shadow in Cleo

NYX Nude On Nude Palette
Dollface Cosmetics Vanity Palette
Snoe Eye Boop Precision liquid liner
Maybelline Crayon Liner in black
Tony Moly Maxi Volume Force mascara No. 02

In2It Moisture Intense Lipstick in Pink Alarm
L.A. Colors lipstick in Amethyst on the edges for a subtle ombré effect


I hope you don't mind if I flooded this post with photos. That's the least I can do since I don't have a tutorial for this one. I can make another one but I think the look wouldn't be as good as this anymore. :(

I hope you liked this creative Halloween look. If you want me to do a tutorial for this please let me know in the comment box below.

What are you going to be this Halloween?

Stay awesome and accomplish your mission! :)


  1. I just came across your blog (your blog title is really catchy and you live up to it) I am a new fan, avant garde makeup amuses me all the time.. I love your posts especially this one.. Chic and fierce at the same time.. :) I was really impressed :)

    Cheers, Aiz (

    1. Wow! Thank you so much, Aiz! Welcome to The Project Awesome! <3