Hello!! This year for Halloween I decided to dress up as a Cheetah. I got some inspiration from some Cheetah Makeup that I saw on Pintrest and Youtube! I was really excited because I have never done an elaborate makeup look like this before, but it ended up being super easy and I had so much fun doing it! Unfortunately, I did not take pictures of each step for this makeup tutorial like I wanted to, so I will just have to try to explain what I did best as I can with pictures of the makeup products instead!
For the Eyes
I first primed my eyes with this Mirabella Primer.
I covered my eyelid up to my eye brow with this gold eyeshadow base. This is the Maybelline Color Tattoo in Bold Gold.
I used this white eyeshadow base on my lower lash line and underneath my eye. This one is the Maybelline Color Tattoo in Too Cool. I then used just a matte white eyeshadow to set in in place.
I covered this Mac Eyeshadow in All that Glitters all over my lid over top of the gold eyeshadow base.
I used these two shadows from the Too Faced Natural at Night palette for my crease and outer corner. I used Nightcap in my crease and blended it out, and used Cocoa Star in my outer corner and slightly blended into the crease.
I used the L'Oreal Carbon Black Lineur Intense liquid liner for my eyeliner. I did a winged out liner and dragged it down into my inner corner to get a cat eye effect. I used the Maybelline Falsies Big Eyes Mascara on my top lashes only. I did not use any eyeliner or mascara on my bottom lashes/waterline because it made my eyes look bigger and more open without them.
For the Cheetah Print
I used these two Mac Eyeshadows in All that Glitters and Three Ring Yellow around my temples and cheek areas for color and definition to where the cheetah print goes.
I used this Cocoa Star color again from the Too Faced Palette with a small pencil brush to make the leopard spots. I basically just dipped my brush in the shadow and dotted them randomly on my face throughout my temples and cheeks. I did them all different sizes and wasn't too particular about them.
To finish the leopard spots, I used this liquid eyeliner to outline the spots from the brown eyeshadow. I didn't outline the whole spot with the liner, but just the sides or top and bottom of it. Again, I wasn't too particular on how it was outlined because leopard spots aren't all perfect or identical! I also used this liner to make my nose and whiskers on my face as well!!
I hope you all enjoyed this tutorial! Let me know if any of you try it out, and send me pictures if you do!
What are you dressing up as for Halloween? Let me know if you have any Halloween posts on you blog so I can check them out!