Halloween Makeup Look #3 Stitched Up Clown

So my Halloween makeup posting hasn’t gone as planned considering how excited I was at the start of the month! I feel like most people will have got their costume sorted already for weekend parties but if, you are struggling for last minute looks, this half-clown look is super easy!

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Products used:

  • Snazaroo white face paint
  • Helen E Black Pencil Liner
  • Avon Glimmerstick Brow Definer in black
  • Makeup Revolution Midnight Unicorn Palette
  • Essence Liner Say Hi Light
  • Dior Diorshow Pump n Go Mascara
  • Soap & Glory Supercat Liquid Liner
  • Max Factor Xtreme Waterproof Liner Metallic Lilac
  • NYX Glitter Primer
  • Loose blue glitter
  • Pink face paint stick
  • Pink pencil liner
  • L’Oreal Lip Paint King Pink
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Without stitches

To create the clown half, I drew an uneven line down my face in black pencil and filled in my clown side with white face paint (over light foundation for coverage). I already had brows done but I exaggerated it with a black brow pencil.

For eyes, I blended pink and purple shades in the crease, carved out my eye shape with concealer for a bit of a cut crease and packed a bright blue onto my lid. I applied liquid liner in a small wing and Essence nude liner in my waterline and loaded on the mascara!

I used a combination of pink face paint and pink liner pencil to create the triangle under my eye and up to my brow. For added sparkle, I applied a dot of NYX glitter primer above my eye and at the bottom point of my triangle and dabbed on a light blue glitter. I dotted Max Factor liquid liner in a metallic purple shade at the end of my brow.

Using that same pink pencil liner, I drew along my natural smile line from the corner of my mouth and filled that half of my lips in with bright pink L’Oreal lip paint.

If you want to create the stitched up look as I did in the first picture, just draw a dot on each side in the dips of your curvy line and connect them.

I did my makeup as normal on the other side of my face!

Hope you liked this look! You can see the other parts to my Halloween makeup series here:

Halloween Doll

Halloween Glam Witch

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Author: beautysirenblog

UK beauty blogger, writer, marketer, cosplayer and lover of sparkly things.

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