Egyptian Goddess Glam Halloween Makeup Tutorial | Ashley Riley

October 29, 2015

Egyptian Goddess Glam Halloween Makeup Tutorial


This Egyptian Glam Halloween makeup tutorial is beautiful, sleek, and is a great option for any last minute costume ideas.  You can style this look with a simple headband and statement necklace like I did, or go all-out with a full Egyptian Goddess inspired costume!  Whether you chose to keep tit simple or take it Queen of the Nile style, this look is sure to make an impression.

This is my final look for this year's Halloween season.  I loved creating every single one of them, including Wicked Witch, Glam Vampire, and Vampy Ombre Lips. Sunday starts a new month, and with it a new set of tutorials!  You can expect holiday glam makeup tutorials, monthly favorites, and my new DIY Beauty Series every Sunday in November.

Let's get started!

Egyptian Glam Halloween Makeup Tutorial | Ashley Elizabeth

The Face

Prep, Foundation and Concealer

I moisturize my face with Clinique Dramatically Different Moisturizing Lotion and my under eye area with ELF Eye Illuminating Cream.  I prime my skin with Laura Mercier Foundation Primer in Radiance and prime my under eye area with ELF Hydrating Under Eye Primer.  Using a Beauty Blender, I apply a mixture of Maybelline Fit Me Matte and Poreless Foundation in Soft Tan and Kat Von D Lock-It Tattoo Foundation in Light 29 to my entire face.  To highlight and conceal I use Urban Decay Naked Skin Weightless Concealer in Light Warm in a V-shape beneath my eyes, in the middle of my forehead, down the bridge of my nose, on my chin, and on my eye lids.

Highlight and Set

To set everything I take the Real Techniques Setting Brush and place a mixture of the highlight shades Lucid and Lyric from the Kat Von D Shade and Light Contour Palette and place a generous amount over the areas that I highlighted with concealer.  I also add a generous amount to my jaw directly below my contour line.  I allow the extra powder to sit on my skin for a few minutes to "bake" before brushing off with a Morphe Brushes G23 Soft Fan Brush.

Contour

With the Real Techniques Sculpting Brush I take the contour shade Sombre from the Kat Von D palette and contour beneath my cheekbones, underneath my jaw bone, along the hairline on my forehead, down my temples, and alone the parallel sides of the bridge of my nose.  After blending I apply the fourth blush color from the Morphe Brushes 9B Palette, a pale nude pink, using the blush brush from the BH Cosmetics Party Girl Brush Set.  

Highlight

Using the same fan brush as earlier, I then apply the pale pink highlight shade from the Lorac Tantalizer Highlighter and Matte Bronzer Duo to the tops of my cheekbones, my forehead just above my brows, and the bridge of my nose.

Brows

I shape my brows with the Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz in Ebony, fill it in with the ABH Brow Powder in Medium Brown, and set it into place with the ABH Clear Brow Gel.


Egyptian Glam Halloween Makeup Tutorial | Ashley Elizabeth

The Eyes

This eye look takes some time to accomplish but the payoff is well worthwhile.  Take your time creating clean and well defined lines, there isn't a lot of blending involved with this one.

Transition Shade

I take the color Deep Skin by Morphe Brushes, a soft gold peach, with a fluffy blending brush into the crease of my eye and start blending upward.  This is going to be our transition shade.  I make sure to place this transition shade from the very inner corner and across the top of my crease.  I bring this shade all the way past the end of my outer corner almost to the end point of my eyebrow line.  We want to create the appearance an extra elongated eye lid.

Crease Line

I take the color Naughty Girl by Morphe Brushes, a velvety blue purple, and carefully begin to trace a line starting just below the transition color and in the middle of my crease and working outward.   I follow this line all the way past the end of my outer corner and finish where I did my transition shade.

I go back in with Naught Girl again and again carefully begin to trace a line from the middle of the crease down to my inner corner.  Make sure this line always remains below the transition shade.  I end this part of the line well past my inner corner and bring it up about one centimeter onto the crest of my nose.

Now that the structure of the line has been drawn, I go back in with more Naughty Girl and darken and thicken up the entire line from corner to corner.  Remember to keep your lines clean and defined while doing this, and only place this color within the crease.

Egyptian Glam Halloween Makeup Tutorial | Ashley Elizabeth


Lid, Liner and Wing

Using a flat shadow brush I take the shade Gold from the Lorac Pro palette and place this all over my entire lid, from inner corner to outer corner, building up the color.

I take the NARS Larger Than Life Long-wear Eyeliner in Via Vento (black) and begin to trace a thick line from my inner corner, below my lower lash line, and to the very outer corner of my eyelid.  I go back to my inner corner with this liner and trace a slim line up to meet the line I drew onto the crest of my nose with Naughty Girl.  This is to make the eye look super sharp and defined.

I take a small angled brush to draw on my eye liner using the NYX Gel Liner in Jet Black.  After creating the wing and allowing it to dry, I take the ELF Liquid Eyeliner in Copper and place this the bottom half of my lid over top the Gold to add some shine and sparkle.

Egyptian Glam Halloween Makeup Tutorial | Ashley Elizabeth

Mascara and Falsies

I apply Benefit Roller Lash mascara to my lashes.  For my falsies I choose Eylure London Lengthening Lashes No. 35 and apply them using the Vegas Nay by Eylure Lash Glue.  In order go give the eyes a more feline-like appearance, I stack Morphe Brushes Black Lashes #307 over the outer corner of the Eyelure lashes.

Egyptian Glam Halloween Makeup Tutorial | Ashley Elizabeth

The Lips

For this look I wanted my lips to be ultra glam and bronzed.

I line my lips with the NYX Slim Lip Pencil in Nude Truffle and then fill in my lips with NYX High Voltage Lipstick in Stone.  I finish everything off I apply a thick coat of Lorac Tantalizer Lip Gloss in Marco.

I set the entire look with Urban Decay De-slick Makeup Setting Spray.

Let Me Know!

 What are your costume or makeup ideas for Halloween this year?  Are you planning on spending a lot of time on your makeup?

Products Mentioned

Clinique Dramatically Different Moisturizing Cream
Urban Decay De-Slick Makeup Setting Spray
Kenneth Cole Three Layer Bead Necklace
Double Braided Headwrap 

 
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