Juggling between office work and chasing after your little angles and devils can turn Halloween into an extremely vexing part of the year. Yet our heart yarns to deck up in the weirdest of possibilities on the night when spirits all around hike up the level of spookiness. Cat face makeup can be your ultimate salvation if you don’t have much time to dive deep into the intricacies of costume. Today we are going to take you through some cat-tastic makeup forms ranging from Grumpy Cat to full leopard face which can accentuate your feline features and take your Halloween look to a whole new level.
Channel out your inner diva by creating a dramatic cat face look using black, brown, pink and tan eye shadows. A black gel liner can be used for lining the bottom and top of the eyes thickly and creating the wing at a 40-degree angle from the outer corner of the eye. Leopard spots can be created on the eyelid and over the eyebrows by drawing tiny u’s and c’s. You can finish off this cat face makeup by using two-tone shade on your lips and liner to mark whiskers on your face.
You can take your feline looks a step ahead by including braided ears. For achieving the most out of this look you should stick to bold red lips and a dewy complexion.
Merge some natural looking leopard spots with the fierce cat eye to nail the look which has been portrayed by top celebs on Halloween parties down the years. Even non-makeup mavens can try their hands out in this simple makeup form which just requires black and dark brown eye shadows, black liner and bronzer.
Wear some false lashes and dip the wing of the inner eye corner much lower. You can fill in your brows using a brow shadow with a reddish tinge. The inside edge of each brow should be widened with a triangle shape. This entire cat face makeup can be completed in style with the super-dramatic yet super-easy two-tone lip color.
This dramatic look can be nailed by lining the top lash line and eye crease using black liner. Next you will have to draw and fill in a cat-eye shape. Black shadow can be used over the shape and bright white shadow can be used in a fade up manner towards the brow bone. A liquid black gel eyeliner can be used to come up with perfect lines and a dramatic mascara coupled with fake lashes can be used to accentuate the look. You need to contour your cheekbones using blush and bronzer. The top portion of your lip should be lined using black eyeliner and a line needs to be drawn for connecting the lips with the cat nose. Finally, you will have to draw some whiskers and marvel at your ultimate image at the mirror before your go trick-or-treating.
This easy cat face makeup can be achieved within just 5 minutes by using bronze shadow having pinkish tint on the eyelids and deep black eyeliner for creating a classic cat eye. Next you will have to draw on your whiskers, nose and top lip as you get ready for a purr-fect night out.
This gorgeous bronzed leopard look can be nailed by starting with a basic foundation which is known to add glow and even out the skin tone. Next, you will have to use some shimmery gold or bronze eye shadow for highlighting the area surrounding the corner of each eye up to the temple. Gold dots can be drawn using a pencil brush and black liquid eyeliner can be used for outlining the spots. Next you will have to line the entire eye using black eye shadow and cater to the waterline with a trusty black eyeliner. You can even change the location and size of leopard spots for a natural look.
It is imperative to get your lotion, powder and primer routine right to nail this intense cat face makeup. The look can be completed using glittery false lashes which can open up your eyes instantaneously.
You can re-create the iconic frown of Grumpy Cat by starting with a tinted moisturizer base and opting for a white shadow or cream liner on the middle of your face starting from top of the bridge of the nose and moving down to the chin. Light bronzer or brown powder can be used on the cheeks, eyes and sides of the face to imitate the markings of Grumpy Cat. You can use a light pink lip liner at the bottom of your nose and brown liner for accentuating the trademark frown lines.
If you are thinking about a budget getup this Halloween, then nothing can suffice you as well as a cat costume. You would be just required to spend some money on a pair of ears and tail and throw on some black clothes to cover yourself up from head to toe. So, gather your makeup brush and other accessories to transform yourself into the crème de la crème of kitties for the upcoming Halloween party as you stand out in a sea of felines.
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