Sexy Kitty Cat Halloween Makeup Look 2017 | Lillee Jean
Meow, meow meow, MEEEE-OW! Did you understand a word I said, or am I going catsy?
Welcome back, Jeaniez!! Remember how two years ago I did my kitten makeup look, then somehow skipped it last year? WELL, I DO! As many of you know, each Halloween, or each year, I recreate cult classic Halloween makeup looks. Whether that be a genie, or in today’s case a cat, I always find that my “adaptions” change each season, and thus give you guys a broader gallery of looks to chose from!
Below features product details, with links to EACH and EVERY product, that includes tools used! It really is such a simple look, hence why I took the “tutorial” out of this. I found from your responses, and emails, that unless a makeup look is extremely elaborate, take my Monster High series for example, then you all pretty much stick to product deets with a slight description! This makes sense since makeup has truly evolved the common person to now a beauty wiz. That all being said, I hope you guys ENJOY XOXO! Be sure to share out with your friends!!
Anastasia Beverly Hills – Stick Foundation, Ivory
Too Faced – Semi-Sweet Chocolate Bar Palette: Mousse (used to “contour” my nose), Coconut Creme (applied heavily done the bridge of my nose as a “highlight”)
If you normally contour, use those products to sculpt the nose out. The goal is to have lines 1 inch in width. We’re creating the illusion of a “CAT” nose!
NYX Cosmetics – Jumbo Eye Pencil, Black Bean (whiskers, and cat nose details)
You can either go for the classic Hello Kitty cat nose imprint which is a huge circle center of the nose, OR you can follow the basic shape of cat’s noses! I suggest using a black pencil to create a triangle of sorts with the base of the triangle being at the tip of the nose. Be sure to spread this out towards the nostrils. As far as whiskers go, use a concealer brush and gently flick out as many whiskers as you fancy! I like to choose a vanishing point (where my nostril flares) to create perfectly sitting whiskers. Notice how from one dot, they all spark out!
Mac Cosmetics X Prabal Gurung- Lipglass, Carmine Red (used over an all black lip base)
Marc Beauty lipstick in ‘Boy Gorgeous’ will give the SAME effect, just more matte, and more berry-like.
(apologies for the eyelash focus on my closeup above)
Anastasia Beverly Hills – Dipbrow Pomade, Blonde
Too Faced – Semi-Sweet Chocolate Bar Palette: Mousse (dusted into crease), Puddin (used to smoke out any black eyeshadow), Licorice (blended on the lower lash lines and transitioned from the lids up into the crease)
Sugarpill – Loose Eyeshadow, Stella (lids, crease)
**Stella is a glitter black, but has a blue tinge to it — be sure to PAT the color onto your lids, then be sure to take a CLEAN and fluffy blender brush to drag the shade into your crease. Dust excess under the lower lash lines, and continue blending until all is softly focused.**
Laura Mercier – Caviar Stick Eye Color, Cocoa (waterlines)
Huda Beauty – Classic False Eyelashes, Scarlett
L’Oreal Makeup – Voluminous Carbon Black Volume Building Mascara
Beauty Blender Pro (Foundation)