Hi, guys! Welcome to the third installment of my Halloween posts! I absolutely love Wonder Woman and Gal Gadot so I am so happy to be doing this tutorial today! If you haven’t seen the Wonder Woman movie that came out this summer yet, stop what you’re doing and watch it. It’s amazing.
Anyway, I’m really happy with how this turned out so I hope you enjoy it as well. This is a pretty beginner friendly look.
You can also check out hair tutorials for Wonder Woman here, to complete the look.
Step one: Apply foundation (and the only foundation, don’t set it yet!) to your face.
Step two: Get out some gold face paint. I’d like to firstly say it’s completely fine to go with a gold cream eyeshadow, stuff like that. If you’re going for face paint, only buy from brands you know. Ben Nye, Mehron, etc. Buying random unbranded face paint from your local Halloween store can lead to bad skin irritations and worse. Okay, now that we are off of that subject, apply the gold in a M shape. See the picture below.
Step three: Using eye shadows, highlight and shade the gold. Use bronze to trace it out, shade on the temples, and highlight the center of the gold.
Step four: Trace it out using a black eyeliner. I went for a liquid eyeliner. Using red facepaint or a red cream eyeshadow, draw a star. This can be surprisingly hard to freehand so try practicing on paper first. Set the star with red eye shadow.
Step five: Now we’re moving on the face. Yay! Set that foundation in place. Apply concealer where needed. Do your eyebrows. Now, bake your face. I went for a more extreme approach to baking, I did above my brow, under the brow, tops of cheekbones, under cheekbones and above jawbone, down the center of my nose, cupids bow, laugh lines, you can see exact placement below. The purpose of this to get a flawless base.
Step six: Apply matte highlighter, contour, bronzer, and highlighter. I also applied the matte highlighter and bronzer to my eyes. Apply a thick winged eyeliner and false lashes. Also, apply red lipstick.
Step seven: Taking the same liquid eyeliner, apply harsh lines where you naturally have shallowness/shape to the skin such as chin dimples, cheekbones, side of the nose, button of the nose, places like that. This is a bit hard to describe so just take a look at the pictures below for reference
Primer only on t-zone: Benefit Cosmetics – The POREfessional Face Primer
Foundation: L’Oréal – Infallible Pro-Glow Foundation in 202.
Corrector: NYX Professional Makeup – Color Correcting Concealer I used pink under my eyes.
Powder: Rimmel London – Stay Matte Pressed Powder in 004 Sandstorm.
Contour, matte highlight also applied to lid and crease: Wet n Wild – MegaGlo Contouring Palette in Dulce De Leche.
Highlight: White from Makeup Revolution – Soph Highlighter Palette
Setting Powder: Coty – Airspun
Setting spray: L’Oréal – Infallible Makeup Extender Setting Spray
Eye primer: L’Oréal – Infallible Pro Glow Concealer
Eyebrows: NYX – Micro Brow in Brunette mixed with Benefit Cosmetics – Precisely, My Brow Pencil Ultra Fine Shape & Define in 3, Benefit Cosmetics – Gimme Brow Volumizing Fiber Gel in 3 to set.
Eyeliner: Wet N Wild – ProLine Felt Tip Eyeliner in Black.
Eyelashes: Ardell – Natural Lash – Black 110
Lash glue: Ardell – Duo Lash Adhesive Clear
Gold: iMagic Flash Palette, Gold (no link because I actually don’t recommend using this)
Red: iMagic Flash Palette, Red
Eyeshadows to set “crown”: Gold from Makeup Revolution – Soph Highlighter Palette to set all over, Grow Old from Makeup Revolution – Soph Eyeshadow Palette to set the outside, Capper Cora from Soph’s eyeshadow palette to outside the crown.
Eyeshadow to set star: Coastal Scents – Hot Pot – Neon Red, discontinued. Try their hot pot in Vibrant Red.
Lipstick: Ciaté London – Liquid Velvet™ – Moisturizing Matte Liquid Lipstick in Diva.