TUTORIAL: Halloween – The Weeping Devil

Hello muh’ lovelies! Halloween is coming soon and so here’s a simple tutorial. I decided to create a look with whatever make up I have. The only thing I purchased specially for this tutorial are the devil horns (which you can barely see in the photos) headband and fake blood. I don’t celebrate Halloween so purchasing loads of Halloween makeup just doesn’t seem like a great option for me. BTW, this is my first attempt in creating a simple Halloween look. Enjoy!

Organic Aid, Vitamin E Moisturizing Cream – Apply all over the face before any make up application. Moisturizing the face can help with better application as well as act as a barrier for those who use Halloween make up.


NYX HD Eyeshadow Base – Apply all over lid and eyebrow.

NYX JEP, “Black Bean” – Apply all over eye lid and smudge it out with any black eyeshadow of your choice.

Coastal Scents 88 Color Eye Shadow Palette, “Red” – Apply the red color onto the lower lashline, inner tear duct. Gives the eye a more fatigue and bloodshot looking eyes

Coastal Scents 88 Color Eye Shadow Palette, “Purple” – Apply purple onto the crease, inner tear duct for that bruised effect

Inglot Rainbow Eyeshadow, “Purple” – Apply purple onto the crease, inner tear duct for that bruised effect

Coastal Scents 88 Color Eye Shadow Palette, “Blue” – Apply blue onto the eye lids

Fake Blood – Coagulated blood texture is the best! Place it under the eye like how your tears would drop whilst crying

P/S: Always read the instructions before the usage of any fake blood/ halloween cosmetics. I didn’t and therefore did not realize that the fake blood I bought is not suitable for usage around the eye and mouth area! My face had a slight red stain after cleansing off the fake blood. I also felt some sort of vapor that made my eye felt funny (like how when you chop onions) but I ignored it. Due to that, the fake blood placement was placed further from the eye just in case of any irritation. And so, after completing the look, I somehow felt the need to search for the instructions that I threw in the bin. My eyes opened in horror as I saw the words “Not safe for usage around the eye/ mouth area” and panicked for like 10 secs. Women and instincts. Lesson learnt. Always read the instructions for anything you use in life.


NYX JEP, “Milk” – Apply all over face and neck for a nice white base. Alternatively, you may use clown makeup to obtain a real opaque white base.


Black Eyeshadow – Apply color at the hollows of the cheeks (like you would for a bronzer), temples, nose, lower lip and forehead.

Inglot Eyeshadow, “Grey” – To blend out all the harsh lines of the black shadow used earlier on. This is used to give the face aged looking skin.


I didn’t have any dark/ black lipstick at all so I had to improvise and used an eye pencil instead.

NYX JEP, “Black Bean – Apply onto lips. Dab black eyeshadow to intensify the color.

Lime Crime, “Retrofuturist” – Apply onto the inner lips, just so the lips look bloody


Loved how my skin looks sort of decomposed and aged 

Devil Horns – Place onto head

Fangs – For a more vampy look

Costume – Any that suits a demon/ devil/ vampire

See how super easy is that? Just a few products and voila, a quick and easy Halloween look. Unfortunately, I didn’t have any costume to go with the look so if you do have any, be sure to dress up for a more exaggerated/ real look. Happy Halloween and trick or treating! Do share any Halloween looks you have created. Till then, Toodles!

Disclaimer: All products were purchased by me unless stated otherwise. Nevertheless, I will provide my honest opinions even if the products were provided for consideration. I am picky and particular in that way.

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