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Halloween 2017 Makeup Tutorials (Part II)

20
10.2017

PART TWO OF HALLOWEEN 2017 MAKEUP TUTORIALS 

This year we’ve created a three-part Halloween Makeup Tutorials series that will be released weekly to show you our favorite makeup looks created by John Casablancas Institute’s Makeup students and graduates.

Here is part two of our mini-series, showcasing terrifying and spooky Halloween looks:

Kimberley Margarita 

If you’re an Instagram addict, then you’ve definitely heard of JCI Makeup Artistry graduate Kimberley Margarita. With over 575K followers on Instagram and over 70,000 Youtube subscribers, Team Colour Creep is trending all over the makeup industry.

Kimberley was one of the top six finalists at the NYX Cosmetics Face Awards. Check out her latest Halloween makeup tutorials on Youtube.

The Creepy Rabbit 

Grungy Glam 

Leigh Dickson

Makeup graduate and hair chameleon Leigh Dickson is another JCI Insta-famous makeup artist. Not only are we obsessed with Leigh’s creative looks, she also gives us major hair envy! Here are our favorite Halloween makeup looks created by Leigh:

Death Moth Inspired Skull

The Demon

Nicky Campbell

2017 Vancouver IMATS finalist and JCI Makeup graduate Nicky Campbell shows us how to create a creep clown look this Halloween! Nicky will be competing this weekend at the IMATS Battle of the Brushes in the Character/Prosthetics category.

Creepy Clown

MORE HALLOWEEN LOOKS TO CREATE THIS YEAR BY JCI GRADUATES:

Madison Lane 

Voodoo Doll 

Michael Fels 

The Whitewalker (Game of Thrones Inspired) 

Kat Kardynal  

The Half-zombie, half pop art

Find your latest Halloween inspiration from our JCI Makeup Artistry students and graduates.

Click here for Part I. 

TO BE CONTINUED…


The Makeup Artistry Diploma Program has gained an industry-wide reputation for excellence, giving students an exceptional network of contacts and resources when they enter the marketplace. During the 10-month full-time program, students study everything from glamor and special occasion makeup to special effects makeup and prosthetics application techniques. With classes limited to 16 students, individualized attention and encouragement foster each student’s personal and professional growth potential.

John Casablancas Institute is the pioneer of prosthetic lab techniques and face casting in Western Canada. This advanced level of training affords our graduates amazing opportunities and a significant advantage for a career in film, TV or theater.

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