Halloween Makeup: Snow Angel

Halloween  is all about finding ways to express your self, and this look does just that. A twist on the classic snow angels we all made as kids, this charming look is simply stunning. Sweet, subtle and easy to do, this look is ideal for a last minute costume or for anyone who doesn’t want to dress up in a traditional Halloween costume. This fun and elegant look will be loved by everyone around and your angelic side is sure to show.


  • Clinique Pore Minimizer Instant Perfector
  • Bare Escentuals Mineral Foundation (eBay)
  • Our Rock Minerals Blush in “Blushing Bride”  (O.R.M Store)
  • Our Rock Minerals e/s in “Interplay”  (O.R.M Store)
  • Iridescent Snowflakes
  • Clear Jewels


  •  Our Rock Minerals e/s in “Evening”  (O.R.M Store)
  •  Our Rock Minerals e/s in “Summer Breeze”  (O.R.M Store)
  •  Our Rock Minerals e/s in “Interplay”  (O.R.M Store)
  •  Bare Escentuals e/s in “2000” (eBay)
  •  MAC Blacktrack Fluidline (eBay)
  •  Pixie Dust False Eyelashes


  • MAC Dazzleglass in “Sugarrimmed” (eBay)




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I like the overall effect of those colors together and the cute snowflakes are a nice touch… I just don’t know how I feel about the dark shadow on the inner corner with the light shadow on the outter V. I think it makes her eyes look kinda odd, and too close together, which is a shame because they aren’t that way and she is a gorgeous girl…

All in all, the concept is really nice and as always a great tutorial!

Hi there! I just love your creativity and all of your looks! I look forward to each new video! You are an inspiration! Keep it up! Have a Happy Halloween!


Hey marlena!!! This looks amazing!! My sister might decide to do it, and my build-a-bear has a snow fairy outfit!! Haha

Well isn’t Lauren working hard while Marlena is visiting!
Very pretty, I like this one even more than the previous one!

one thing u can do for the fall-out is pack on a lot of just plain white powder right under the eye then once ur with the eye make up u can just swoop it off the face using something like a blush brush