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Maleficent makeup is a fun & easy way to convey your Disney Style. Also try Maleficent Disneybounding, Maleficent fan art, and Maleficent nail art.
We’re super excited to share a fantastic Maleficent makeup tutorial with you, inspired by the amazing creator from the YouTube channel Alyson Tabbitha.
First, watch this video tutorial entirely: https://youtu.be/bQ1cTg3Whbc. It’s a fantastic watch, and you’ll get to see exactly how to create the perfect Maleficent look from start to finish.
Once you’ve watched the video, you’ll be all set to follow our step-by-step guide below. We’ve made it easy to follow, breaking down the process so you can have fun while creating this iconic look. With the video and our written guide combined, you’ll be well on your way to transforming into the stunning Maleficent in no time.
So, let’s not waste any more time! Dive into the magical world of Maleficent and get ready to explore the transformative power of makeup.
Maleficent Makeup Tutorial
We have an exciting and fun tutorial to share with you, inspired by Alyson Tabbitha’s fantastic YouTube tutorial on creating a fast and easy Maleficent look.
We’ve transformed her video instructions into a detailed step-by-step guide for you to follow.
First, we highly encourage you to watch the full video for additional tips and visual guidance.
Now that you’ve watched the video, let’s jump right into the step-by-step instructions!
- Contact Lenses (Green Werewolf)
- Wings Pattern
- Brown Wig
- Staff / Walking Stick
- Elf Ears
- Pros-Aide Remover
- Foundation (Revlon Colorstay)
- Lip Stain
- Eyebrow Gel
- Surreal Makeup
- Cheekbone Prosthetic
Step 1: Foundation
Apply foundation all over your face. If using prosthetic cheeks, apply a thin layer of pros-aide to the back and stick them to your face. If not, proceed to the next step.
Step 2: Nose Contour
Contour your nose with beige eyeshadow, brushing straight down the sides and under the tip. Drag shadows down from the nostrils and blend.
Step 3: Cheekbone Contour
Contour your cheekbones, starting at the hairline and dragging them to the center of your cheeks. Be generous with this part.
Step 4: Mouth and Cheek Shadows
Drag the shadow down along the sides of your mouth and brush some shadows under your cheeks to connect your nose to the contour line.
Step 5: Temple, Forehead, and Jawline Contour
Apply contour to your temples, forehead, and jawline, making your jawline look sharper and more square.
Step 6: Highlighting
Use a light powder to highlight areas such as the tip of your nose, the center of your nose, the top of your cheekbones, above your lips, around your chin, your jawline, brow bone, and under your eyes.
Step 7: Lips
Use lip stain to fill in your lips, overdraw them a bit, and make your upper lip slightly wider and sharper in the corners. Overdraw your bottom lip as well for a fuller look. Go over the lip stain with matte lipstick and add shadows to the corners of your mouth using a dark burgundy pencil.
Step 8: Eye Contour and Brows
Contour your cheeks with a dark brown powder to create a sharper look. Dust it under your nose and add shadows to your eye sockets. Fill in your eyebrows with a dark brown eyebrow gel, focusing on creating a defined arch and fuller middle.
Step 9: Enhancing Features
Go back in with white powder to enhance your jawline and blend it in. Add more contour to your cheekbones for a sharper look.
Step 10: Eye Makeup
Apply light brown eyeliner to your lower lash line and extend your tear duct. Use dark brown eyeshadow to lift the outer edges of your eyes. Highlight the inner corners of your eyes with white highlighter and apply gold eyeshadow to the center of your eyelids. Apply dark brown shadow around your eyelids and blend everything in. Create a dramatic cat-eye look with black liquid eyeliner on your upper lash line.
Step 11: Finishing Touches
Add contact lenses, curl your eyelashes, apply mascara, and optionally add false lashes. Use pros-aide to glue on elf ears and foundation to blend them in. Put on a wig cap and secure your hair with an Elmer’s glue stick. Apply your Maleficent wig and horns, and use eyelash glue to secure the lace front of the wig.