Halloween Makeup: Ursula

Seen as it’s the first day of Halloween October, I thought I would kick things off with my new favourite Halloween look, Ursula. After first recreating this villain from The Little Mermaid last year, I’ve been desperately wanting to do it again and improve it, but I just haven’t found the time. Finally, I took to my magical, creative chair and begun to get the messiest I have ever been. A person with more sense may have bought face paints, instead I mix eye shadows with foundations and use fixing sprays to water them down. It’s quicker, easier and means that I can create different shades, textures and consistencies. It’s just an awful lot messier. Ursula is my favourite Disney Villain for many reasons and I had so much fun recreating this look again. You’ll have to excuse the half edited mess on my dress as it got a little difficult trying to put it on…

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Base: Illamasqua Rich Base White mixed with Makeup Revolutions Salvation Palette and watered down with Makeup Academy’s Fixing Spray.
Highlight: Illamasqua Rich Base White
Eyes: Illamasqua Precision Ink in black
Makeup Revolution Salvation Colour Chaos Pallete*
Max Factor Masterpiece Max Mascara with Eyelure individual Lashes
Not too many products needed for this look as it’s mainly just blending whilst trying to keep those harsh, animated lines.

Through my hair I mixed Illamasqua Rich Base with MUA’s Fixing spray and really packed it off. I then finished off with a white hair spray.

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This is the first of many Halloween looks coming up this year on She Might Be Loved, check out my previous Halloween Looks, including my first Ursula attempt.

Don’t forget to check out this year’s Halloween looks:
Ursula
Half Skull
Modern Green Witch
Poison Ivy
French Dead Maid
Dark Angel
Nature Witch
Female Hades

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  • lindsaywanner

    Great job! I’m doing Ursula this year, so I found this to be very helpful. Thank you for sharing.