Learn how to create your very own Sugar Skull makeup mask!

 


 

 

 

Check out our quick video to learn for yourself how to create you very own unique sugar skull makeup mask for Dia de los Muertos aka Day of the dead.  Dia de muertos is a Mexican holiday celebrated mostly throughout the central and southern regions of Mexico.  The holiday focuses on family and friends gathering to pray for and remember family members and close loved ones that have died.  This particular celebration is a public holiday in Mexico, and celebrated on November 1st and 2nd.  Family members and friends honor their loved ones using sugar skulls, marigolds, and partaking in favorite foods and beverages of the departed.  These items are often presented as gifts at the graves of their loved ones.  Find out more about Dia de los Muertos here.

 

PRO TIPS FROM OUR VIDEO:

  • Always start with a fresh clean face, it really makes the application easier
  • Wet both the sponge and paint ahead of time
  • For long lashes use thin paintbrush to fill under the eye
  • If you are having trouble recreating the flower shapes, go ahead use a stencil
  • Don't open your eyes right after applying the eyeliner, let it sit for a couple of seconds
  • Add some gems to the white dots for extra flair
  • Make the dots larger as you move away from the nose smaller as you get closer
  • Add red powder to the lips after they are painted for extra pop
  • Use varying thick and thin pressure on the brush to adjust the effect of decorating the face

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