In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to create a fun, western chic Cowgirl Halloween Makeup look. Dust off your cowgirl boots and let’s get started!
Watch me create this Boho Chic Cowgirl Halloween makeup look in real-time on Instagram!
Step 1 – Apply The Eye Shadow Base
Yes You Canyon Eyeshadow– First, apply this eyeshadow to your eyelids, and then be sure to blend it in your creases too!
Step 2 – Apply The Eye Shadow Color
Lucky Penny Eyeshadow– Next, apply this shadow all over your lids. If you want to kick this color up a notch you might try even applying it with a slightly damp brush.
Down To Earth Eyeshadow – Then apply this shadow on your lids. Make sure to blend it into your creases.
Bronze Bombshell Eyeshadow– Take this eyeshadow and apply it to the outer corner
Vamp Eyeshadow – Lastly, take this shadow and smoke out the outer corners of your eyes for a little glam and drama.
Step 3 – Apply The Eye Liner
Finish off your eyes by lining your upper and lower lash lines with Black or Cocoa eyeliner pencil.
You can top things off by applying a generous amount of mascara to your upper and lower lashes too!
Step 4 – Lips
Plum Sexy Crazy – This lipstick is the perfect color to go with the eyeshadow look. It’s a beautiful reddish-plum color that has a bit of micro-shimmer to it. It is stunning!
How To Pull Your Entire Boho Cowgirl Halloween Costume Together:
To finish off your boho cowgirl Halloween costume look you’ll need just a few more items outside the makeup look.
Begin by looking to see what you already have in your closet that will work. If you can’t find anything, checking out second-hand stores is a great way to find costume pieces without costing a ton of money.
The first thing you’ll need for your costume is a western-style shirt. Think western cuts, fringe, cow prints etc.
Then for bottoms, all you’ll need is some jeans. Bootcuts are great but any jeans will do the trick.
The next thing you’ll want is a cowgirl hat. I borrowed one from my fiance but you should be able to find one pretty easily if you don’t already have one.
Then simply put your hair in braids, pigtails or a ponytail.
For shoes, you’ll need some boots. Cowgirl boots are the best choice here but if you can’t find any there’s plenty of western-style boots that would do the trick.
If you happen to have or can borrow a bolo tie that would add a fabulous touch.
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When it comes to Halloween costumes you just need to be creative, resourceful and have fun with it!
Start by shopping your closet, if that doesn’t spark any ideas then you could try looking at what your spouse, family, and friends have that they might be ok with letting you borrow.
If that doesn’t go well then you can shop your local thrift store and you’ll be sure to find some awesome treasures.
This is the best way to create unique to you costumes that don’t cost you a pretty penny and contribute to Halloween waste.
Check out our last blog post on how to create this cute mama bear Halloween makeup look.