With gorgeous colors, stars, and constellations, this easy galaxy makeup tutorial will have you looking like a total galaxy space princess for Halloween! Learn how to create this galaxy makeup following my tutorial below!
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Easy Galaxy Makeup Tutorial for Halloween
Hey lovelies! I’m so glad to be back on the blog today with another Halloween makeup look. This time I’m sharing an Easy Galaxy Makeup Tutorial for Halloween, which is oh so pretty, girly, and perfect for anyone who’s wanting to let their inner space princess shine!
Not only is this galaxy makeup seriously such a pretty makeup look, but it’s also easy to create and perfect for beginners. With gorgeous purple, pink, and blue colors, stars, and constellations, this easy galaxy makeup look will have you looking like a total space princess for Halloween! It’s also a really girly twist on alien makeup and such a fun costume idea for a Halloween costume party.
In case you missed my first Halloween look of the season, you can see my Beautiful and Easy Deer Makeup Tutorial over here and if you’re not already please be sure and subscribe to my youtube channel here for all my latest videos!
Easy Galaxy Makeup Tutorial for Halloween
I know I’ve probably said this a hundred times before, but I’m seriously obsessed with how this galaxy makeup turned out! I just feel so pretty wearing this galaxy makeup look, and I’m not gonna lie, if I could wear shades of pink, purple, and blue, and stars all over my face everyday I totally would- wouldn’t you?!
Even my husband who’s normally all ba-humbug when it comes to most of my Halloween makeup looks absolutely loved this galaxy makeup and told me I looked like an avatar princess. I’ll take that as a compliment! 😉
How Do You Do Galaxy Makeup?
This galaxy makeup is one of those Halloween makeup looks that will have everyone thinking you spent hours creating it, but in reality it’s super simple to create and all you need are everyday makeup products.
Unlike most Halloween tutorials, this galaxy makeup doesn’t require face paint and in fact, all you really need is a good matte eyeshadow palette with some fun “cosmic” colors like pink, purple, and blue.
And don’t let the stars fool you, they’re actually just t’s and dots and are easy peasy to add to the face with an angled eyeliner brush. I topped everything off with a touch of shimmer to give it that pretty, cosmic look and this space galaxy makeup look is perfection!
Easy Galaxy Makeup Tutorial
For the full tutorial, check out my video below where I show you step-by-step how to get this pretty and easy galaxy makeup look for Halloween! Don’t forget to subscribe here and give the video a thumbs up, if you love it! As always, if you re-create this galaxy makeup look, please tag me in your creations by using the social handle cara_kindlyunspoken on Instagram!
Shop The Products Used To Create This Galaxy Makeup Look:
- Eyeshadow Palette: Karity Matte 21 Shade Palette – (Shades Used: Lumbia, Alexi, Ego, Phantom, Enchant)
- Foundation: Revlon 24 Hour Colorstay Foundation in Normal/Dry
- Foundation Brush: Sigma F80 Flat Kabuki Brush – Use Code KINDLY to save 10% off
- Face Blending Brush: Real Techniques Powder Brush
- Angled Contour Brush: Wet n Wild Contour Brush
- Eyeshadow Blending Brush: Morphe M441 Pro Firm Blending Crease Brush
- Brow Pencil: Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Definer Pencil
- Felt Tip Eye Liner: Physicians Formula Eye Booster Eye Liner in Ultra Black
- False Lashes: Kiss Look So Natural Lashes in Sultry
- White Cream Makeup: Amscan White Cream
- Detail Brush: e.l.f. Studio Angled Eyeliner Brush
- Highlighter Palette: Soph x Makeup Revolution Palette
- Lipsticks: NYX High Voltage Lipstick in Playdate Hard Candy Fierce Effects in Sky’s the Limit
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Mini Life Update: I took an unintended break last week after losing power/water for 5 days from Hurricane Michael and then spent a good part of the week traveling out of state for an amazing blog business trip.
Our family is thankfully all doing well and all the damage that we sustained on our home is going to be covered by our insurance. Thanks to everyone who checked in on us during the storm- I really appreciate it!
That said, everything that happened unfortunately put me a little bit behind schedule with getting out Halloween makeup tutorials and other blog content, but I’m rolling with the punches and aiming to have at least 1, maybe 2 more tutorials for you this Halloween season!
This is my favorite time of year and although I’m a bit disappointed I haven’t been able to do everything I wanted to accomplish, I know that life happens sometimes and all you can do is try your best. Thanks to all of you for your continued love and support! 🙂
What do you think of my galaxy makeup look? Are you as obsessed with all the pretty colors too? Let me know in the comments, and if you end up creating this galaxy makeup look for Halloween be sure and tag me in your photos using @cara_kindlyunspoken.
Thanks for stopping by!- Cara
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