Halloween Makeup Tutorial: Skeleton
Realistically resemble the undead with this skeleton makeup treatment. Although the finished result looks hard, our how-to instructions will make creating a skeletal look easy and quick — transform yourself in under an hour.
E-mail This Page to Your Friendsx
A link to %this page% was e-mailed
- cream foundation makeup in white and black
- black eyeliner pencil
- black liquid eyeliner
- eye shadow in black and gray
- eye shadow brush
- flat craft brush
- glue stick
- translucent powder and puff
- powder brush
Begin with a clean, well-moisturized face. To smooth the eyebrows before applying makeup, first coat eyebrows with a glue stick, rubbing in the direction of hair growth (Image 1). Pre-test your skin the day before to see if you have any allergies to the glue. Use translucent powder to set the glue, first dabbing on with a powder puff then brushing away any excess (Image 2).
Apply Base to Face
Use a makeup sponge to apply white cream makeup over the entire face, down the neck and onto the lips (Image 1). Be careful not to touch the face once the base makeup is applied because fingerprints are difficult to blend out.
Black Out Eyes
Use a flat makeup brush to fill in the hollows of the eyes with black cream makeup (Image 1).
The Halloween costume experts at HGTV.com share step-by-step makeup instructions for creating a spider look for Halloween.
The Halloween costume experts at HGTV.com share step-by-step makeup instructions for creating a dragon look for Halloween.
The Halloween costume experts at HGTV.com share step-by-step makeup instructions for creating a moody Goth look for Halloween.