Wolfy Fox Inspired Theatrical Halloween Makeup Tutorial (Intermediate)
After reading the title in my head a few times, it finally registered what exactly it reminded me of! That my friends would be Wolfie from Barbie’s Princess and the Pauper movie…which is still to this day, one of my favorites! Since I couldn’t decide whether the final outcome appeared more wolf, or more fox, I sorta’ morphed em’ together. As you can see from the images depicted below this paragraph, I have the coloring of a wolf pup, yet the eye definition of a true red haired fox! Although unlike most artists I kept the face makeup undefined, in terms of forming a muzzle, and such, I do feel it is still appropriate for those of intermediate levels irking on professional stances. Keep in mind, makeup is what you make it! If you wanna’ throw on actual faux fur for a real life effect, GO FOR IT. One thing I will recommend is getting fox/wolf ears, that would truly make the final outcome spectacular! Hope you love bunnies enjoy, let’s get to it.
Time to Complete This Tutorial: 54 Minutes Total
Notes: Animalistic, Inspired, Halloween,
Eye Catching, Wearable (for parties), Long-Lasting
*Wet N’ Wild Beauty Fantasy Makers, Egyptian Queen
Orange mainly was used as a skin base.
White shade used for tonal fur appearances.
*Anastasia Beverly Hills Liquid Lipstick, American Doll
Muse (crease, lower lash line); Icon (inner v, lower lash line)
*Makeup Geek Gel Liner, Immortal
*L’Oreal Paris Voluminous Miss Manga Waterproof Mascara
*Huda Beauty Classic False Eyelashes, Scarlett