Step 1: Using a dark red lip liner, map up where you want your stitches to be. Once you get the shape you want, deep the lines up. Step 2: Draw a line on each side of the stitches, leaving some space between the lines. Then blend the outer lines using a pencil brush. This step will make your stitches look three-dimensional and real. Step 3: With a white pencil or eye shadow, highlight the inner stitches to make them look deeper.
In this step-by-step makeup tutorial of a simple but oh-so effective Halloween look, Cosmo's Online Beauty Editor Bridget shows you (with the help of magic MAC Senior Artist Debbie Finnegan) how to create a stitched mouth effect with hollow eyes and ghostly skin. Follow the tips to nail the look yourself for Fright Night. Happy Halloween!
Nightmare Before Christmas' very own, Sally <3 I want to be here for Halloween...I don't have the dress for it though and don't have that much white make up O.O but I will definitely be her for Halloween next year ;D #Sally #NBC #Nightmare