Halloween How To: Boho-Chic 70s Makeup for Halloween
We’re groovin’ on different eras for Halloween! As a follow up to Autumn’s 1920s makeup, and Ashley’s 80s look, I opted for a 70s vibe. It’s an easy costume you can pull together from your closet. Just grab the looks you built for Coachella this year or dust off your boho-chic to get this far-out flower girl look for Halloween.
Thanks to celebrity makeup artist Emily Sims, we put together a look that you can do yourself with products you already have in your makeup drawer. We even have makeup tutorial videos to show you how to create these looks, so check us out our hip new YouTube channel page and subscribe to see more outta sight videos from Move LifeStyle in the future! Don’t forget to tweet us your final looks if you try any of these stylin’ looks for Halloween!
How to Create a 70s Boho-Chic Flower Girl Look:
- Start with Tarte BB Cream in “Amazonian Clay” for that glowy skin look, or for a drugstore equivalent, you can use L’Oreal BB Cream.
- For the Eyes, Emily used Pati Dubroff “Perfect Palette” from Costco, or you can use Maybelline in ‘The Nudes.” From that palette, she used “Henna” on the whole lid, “Woodrose” in the outer corners, “Raven” as the liner, “Oasis” in the crease, and “Parfait” on the brow bone.
- The cheeks have a flushed look from Revlon Skin Lights in “Peach.”
- For a very natural lip, pencil in Kevyn Aucoin liner in “Meduim” and NYX Butter lipstick.
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