Halloween Tutorial Series: Exposed Face Muscles

Happy Thursday! It’s the second week of my Halloween Tutorial Series and we are on #4: Exposed Face Muscles. I kind of love this one because, as most of you know, I am have a biochemistry degree and took many anatomy classes over the course of my college years. This brings back happy (and unhappy) memories of me, myself and I holed up in the library with textbooks, energy drinks and 5lb bags of sour patch kids. Any who, I love anatomy and the human body so trying to match the muscles underneath my face was both annoying and really satisfying when it was all said and done. I hope my tutorial helps you recreate this yourself this season! Enjoy!

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Halloween Tutorial Series: Exposed Face Muscles

I think this look came out really neat — it obviously isn’t 100% anatomically correct (that would be a bear and a half to try and tackle without it turning into a muddy red and brown mess), but for a fun Halloween look, I don’t think it’s half bad!

Halloween Tutorial Series: Exposed Face Muscles

Halloween Tutorial Series: Exposed Face Muscles

The biggest thing to remember when trying to recreate this look is to take your time and don’t skip the little details. The looks I’m tackling this year are more advanced than I have been in the past because my skill level is growing. That definitely doesn’t mean you won’t be able to do them — but means that you may not be able to breeze through them as quickly as before! I find I am getting a LOT of use out of my little detail brushes for these looks!

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Halloween Tutorial Series: Exposed Face Muscles


Did you like this look? I hope so! If you do decide to recreate this look, please tag me @taylormobleymua or @blondeandambitiousblog (whichever, or BOTH if you wanna show me all the love). 

Halloween Tutorial Series: Exposed Face Muscles

Let me know your thoughts on this spooktacular makeup look in the comments below!

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17 COMMENTS

  1. Southern & Style | 5th Oct 17

    This is absolutely incredible! I love how detailed it all is!

    xoxo, SS

    Southern and Style

  2. Adriana Renee | 5th Oct 17

    This one is so cool! I like that it’s different so you won’t have to worry about having the same spooky makeup as someone else on Halloween!

  3. Nellwyn | 5th Oct 17

    This looks incredible, I’m so impressed with your makeup skills! I love the idea of using makeup to create a costume instead of spending a lot of money on an outfit.

    • Taylor Mobley | 5th Oct 17

      Thank you so much!!! And yes it’s definitely a costume in and of itself.

  4. Leslie@Peaches&Willow | 5th Oct 17

    I am so mesmerized by all of your Halloween make up tutorials but this one is so incredible because it’s so life like. You truly have a talent!

    • Taylor Mobley | 5th Oct 17

      Thanks Leslie! It’s my favorite time of year because I can do this all month long!

  5. Rachel @ The Confused Millennial | 5th Oct 17

    You are beyond talented! Seriously ,thank you for sharing your gift with us! This is unbelievable!

  6. Jenna | 5th Oct 17

    This is amazing!! It’s equally beautiful and unsettling. Perfect for Halloween! Love it!

  7. Jae (@gorjaeous) | 5th Oct 17

    Oh, my goodness, this is so good! I don’t think I’ve ever seen makeup like this! You did a great job!

  8. Jasmine | 6th Oct 17

    This one is actually by far the best Halloween look you created.

  9. Ali A | 6th Oct 17

    you are so talented it’s insane!

  10. Isabelle | 6th Oct 17

    Jeez that’s super freaky! I love the eyeshadow on your other eye though <3

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