It’s that time of the year again: Halloween! Get your over-the-top makeup looks ready because TEMPTU’s hosting an exciting Halloween Photo contest from October 1-November 3. We will be selecting one creative makeup look from each of the following four categories: Scary, Sultry, Fantasy, or Pop Culture. The winners of each…Read More
In New York City, Halloween is never about the candy and all about the costumes. We spent Thursday afternoon at the Lucky Mag offices, transforming Editor-in-Chief, Eva Chen, into Lisbeth a.k.a the girl with the dragon tattoo. Makeup Artist Daniel Martin applied a custom shade of AIRpod Foundation to pale…Read More
In need of some costume inspiration? Check out some of our favorite Santiago Felipe shots from our Halloween party with Patricia Field, The Blonds, and Patrick Duffy!
Boo! Happy Halloween!
We love Halloweens at TEMPTU. It’s that time of year when our makeup artists get to be really creative with monsters, zombies, werewolves, vampires, fairies, iconic starlets, etc..
There’s simply no limit to the imagination here at the office when you have bottles and palettes of Dura in all…Read More
I (Christian Jensen) was extremely excited to find out that I was to be the model for our class this past Friday, here at TEMPTU, in which Makeup Artist Anastasia Durasova was showing the Patricia Field team how to create some fantastic Halloween looks. This was the finished look that…Read More
Once in a while we stumble upon an image whose beauty just speaks to us. TEMPTU PRO’s October 2013 homepage features an image from “Up In Smoke” editorial by makeup artist Holly Dalton, photographed by John Greene.
Originally published in 2012 in Giuseppina Magazine Volume 3, Halloween Edition, the images were…Read More
Enter our TEMPTU Halloween Contest and you could win a TEMPTU PRO Dura Pallette or our Grand Prize of a TEMPTU PRO Gift Bag ($300 value)!
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“I absolutely love this look,” says Bishop, “because you want to accentuate the flaws of the skin as opposed to covering them. Look for things like undereye circles, uneven skin, etc. and add to them and make them darker. This will keep your look more realistic. Also, create a story for your zombie. The look will be more believable if you create a back-story for how your zombie died, or what he/she did before they were a zombie and work that into your look.”
With only six more days until Halloween the TEMPTU Team wanted to share with you a few images that are helping us get into the trick or treat mood. If you haven’t committed to a costume yet (or aren’t in love your with current choice) you may just want to don one of these boo-tiful looks this weekend.
With the popularity of Twilight, True Blood, Vampire Dairies, and many more fang-biased forms of entertainment it’s no secret that vampires are huge right now. While anyone can slap on a fake pair of fangs and be a “vamipre”, it takes true finesse to create that undead, yet alluring Hollywood Vampire look that manages to make us all weak in the knees. Our Lead Global Artist Cory Bishop has not only put together the perfect Hollywood Vampire Halloween Kit he’s also broken down how to get this signature look step-by-step.