This look came out so much prettier than expected! If you want to look a bit like you’re covered in blood, but a lot more like you’re some kind of stylish sparkly creature then this could be the halloween look for you. We’re in week two of the halloween tea party, and there’s still a whole lot more to come! If you haven’t checked out any of my other halloween looks, then you’ve got some catching up to do 😉

Beware the glitter guys! Make sure you only use cosmetic glitter, craft glitter is really not designed to be used on your face, it can be really dangerous. Especially if it gets in your eyes or mouth (or really anywhere). The dyes in it aren’t always skin safe so you could end up having some kind of reaction to it, or it could end up staining your skin. There’s no regulations to how it’s made like there is with cosmetic glitter, so it could be made from metal shavings, it could have been produced in dirty machines, basically, craft glitter shouldn’t be going anywhere need your lovely eyeballs or face if you value them.

Of course the biggest warning with glitter is the fact that once you use it you’ll never get rid of it, you’ll spend the rest of your life with little sparkles popping up every now and then.

Products Used

  • Mehron Paradise Body Paint – White
  • Mehron Paradise Body Paint – Red Berry
  • Red Cosmetic Glitter

I hope you like this look guys, and if you’re wearing out for halloween I hope you have a brilliant time, and you know, don’t forget to hug everyone you see so that you can share a little bit of all that sparkly glitter with them. We all know once you’ve got glitter on you you’re going to be finding those little sparkles for the rest of your life.

Recreated this look?

As always, if you recreate this look, I’d love to see how it turns out! If you post it to social media and want to let me have a peek at your skills then you can tag me in the post (@teaisforteagan) and use the hashtag #halloweenteaparty to join the party.

Competition Time!

I’m having a little halloween competition over on instagram where you can post your own halloween look, hashtag it with #halloweenteapartycomp and tag me in the picture to be in with a chance of winning some goodies. The full details are over on my instagram if you feel like showing off your skills.