MAC x Rick Baker Halloween Makeup Look: Spider Queen

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Published on September 30, 2013 with No Comments

Here’s the second look designed by legendary special-effects artist Rick Baker for the M·A·C Cosmetics x Rick Baker Collection.

Halloween Spider Queen makeup look

MAC x Rick Baker Halloween Makeup Look: Spider Queen

Pure White Chromacake – to cover the entire face area.
Black Black Chromagraphic Pencil – to fill in the nose area.
Basic Red Acrylic Paint – used to fill spider’s body on centre of forehead, add colour to rose petals on chin, and to colour flower shape around eyes.
Pure White Chromagraphic Pencil – to highlight the spider’s back.
Rapid Black Penultimate Eye Liner – to draw legs and outline of spider, create spider’s web, scrolls on both sides of the web and mouth, and outline the teardrop.
Hi-Def Cyan Chromagraphic pencil – to add teardrop to the cheek.
Pure White Acrylic Paint – to create highlight inside the tear drop.
Dusty Purple Eyeshadow – applied to create depth under cheekbones.

Black Black Chromagraphic Pencil – used to sketch around orbital bone and line inside the eye.
Lime Eyeshadow – applied to eyelid using 242 Brush.
Moss Eyeshadow – applied a small amount on the eyelid.
Carbon Eyeshadow – used a 266 Brush to outline circles around the eye, shade under them. Eyelid kept bare, filled sketched-out orbital area using 266 Brush.
Deep Purple Eyeshadow – applied to the orbital area.
Landscape Green Acrylic Paint – to outline flower shape around eyes and fill in rose leaves.
Rapid Black Penultimate Eye Liner – used to finely line the upper eyelid.
Haute & Naughty Lash – used to coat upper and lower lashes.
44 lash – applied on upper lash line.

Pure White Chromagraphic Pencil – used to fill in lips.
Rapid Black Penultimate Eye Liner – used to add the “teeth”.

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