In honor of Halloween being tomorrow and all, we honor classic beauty Angelica Huston as our Throwback Thursday. This California girl was born with the acting bug. Huston’s father and grandfather were actors and her mom was a model and ballerina. With an itch for the stage naturally in her genes, this starlet has been in many notable films, including great Halloween flicks like The Addams Family, Addams Family Values, and The Witches.
So aside from offering their on-demand in-home hair and makeup services for Halloween, Glamsquad also made time to give us their tips on how to make the most of your Halloween look. Check out the rapid fire Q&A we got the chance to have with Creative Director, Giovanni and Head of Makeup Artistry, Kelli:
Wanna create a super scary look without all the blood, guts and gore? Consider the timeless Halloween image of simple, yet sinister black and white skull makeup. This Halloween, it seems this creepy classic is back with a vengeance. With so many variations, you can put your own spin on this look and still nail all the essential elements. We tapped professional makeup artist Stephanie Gonzalez to give us her expert advice on how to create skull face paint. If you missed Part One, click here. Now read on for the rest of her essential skull tips:
Want something edgy that gets all the heads turning and eyes on you for Halloween? Look no further than the skull! “This is a classic! You can’t go wrong with a skull look for Halloween”, said professional makeup artist Stephanie Gomez. “For that last minute party you got invited to, just wear all black and let your makeup do the talking,” the pro suggested. Check out the easy to follow steps Gomez gave us for this bone chilling cool look:
Aside from sports games, Halloween is really the only other time we can get a little wild and paint our faces. Whether you’re planning to be a pale zombie, green witch, glittery fantasy, or anything in between, here are a few tips we’ve tried out for our own upcoming Halloween painted looks:
Here come the brides down the runway of Pamela Roland! For Pamella Roland’s first ever bridal collection, makeup artist Alexis Comforti created a flawless makeup look that conveyed “classic, radiant and youthful beauty” evocative of a modern Audrey Hepburn. Wann snag this one for yourself? Here’s how:
Halloween might be scary, but there’s nothing more terrifying than some of the most annoying, pesky beauty blunders happening when you least expect it. These horrifying moments can however be alleviated with these trusty lifesavers. Here’s how to keep these spooky scenes from creeping up on you:
Actress Teresa Palmer shined on the red carpet for the Opening Ceremony of the Busan International Film Festival in South Korea last week. Artistry Global Makeup Artist Rick DiCecca shared his tips and techniques for creating Teresa’s luminous look with us!
Wanna get creepy with your makeup, but don’t wanna go too far? Check out these inspirational ghoulish girls we found on Instagram and get some seriously spooky ideas for your own look!
This week we honor classic beauty, Lynda Carter. In honor of October and the upcoming Halloween festivities, we decided to profile a gorgeous actress who rocked one of the most iconic costumes in comic book and television history.