Circus Makeup

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The art of makeup for a circus theme look can be an exciting way to enhance any nighttime look! Whether you are attending a carnival, festival, or a themed costume party, a circus inspired makeup look can be a fun and easy way to draw attention. From wild and exaggerated looks to subtle and elegant touches, there is a look to fit everyone’s style.

Circus Makeup

Image of a female model wearing a full face of colorful makeup in multiple shades of blue, purple, pink, and orange.

A full face look showcased in shades of blue, purple, pink, and orange is one way to add a statement to any clown costume. The eye makeup of bold and bright colors will certainly stand out from the crowd, but mixing together varying shades of the same hue can keep your look from appearing too cartoonish or childish. For example, darkening the crease with a deep blue and using glitter to draw attention to the inner corner with a brighter shade of blue works well. Instead of a bright pink blush, use a soft pink and focus on the nose, upper cheeks, and chin for added texture and color.

Fantasy Makeup

Image of a female model wearing a full face of makeup, including purple and magenta eyeshadow, black liner, mascara, and a bold lip

If you’re looking to take the classic clown look up a notch, then a fantasy look may be a good way to go. Deep purple and magenta eyeshadow with a smattering of loose glitter can take your eyes from something child-like to something that invites admiration. To intensify the shadow, try using a black eyeliner along the upper and lower lash lines. Finish up with a volumizing mascara and a bold lipcolor like fuchsia or red to provide even more drama.

Mardi Gras Makeup

Image of a female model wearing a full face of makeup, including green and yellow eyeshadow, a deep red lip, and purple blush and highlighter

Adding subtle touches of color is a great way to transform a basic outfit of all-black into a chic and imaginative costume. This Mardi Gras-inspired look calls for adding a swipe of yellow and green eyeshadow to the upper lid, creating an ombre effect by blending them together at the crease. For more impact, you can highlight the inner corner and bridge of the nose with a bright purple, and then use a soft pink blush and purple highlighter to define the apples of the cheeks. Finally, a deep red lip with a glossy finish will bring the entire look together in an unforgettable way.

No matter what type of circus-themed look you are going for, the possibilities are endless. With the right products and a good eye for color, you can create a style that will take any look to the next level.

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