In time for your Halloween weekend, we’ve again compiled our favorite looks from M.A.C.’s #SeniorArtistsSlayHalloween Instagram campaign. Developed by M.A.C. senior artists John Stapleton and Regan Rabanal to celebrate and promote their Halloween Master Classes. Senior artists were tasked with creating a make-up look on themselves inspired by just three words and the results are spooky good!
Below are some of our favorite looks so far this year. Check our Instagram and #SeniorArtistsSlayHalloween for more brilliantly creepy creations.
Caroline Hernandez @carolinehernandezmakeup – Swarovski, Sinister, Ghost
Optical Illusion by Mimi Choi @mimles
John Stapleton @johnstapleton – Mysterious, Burnished, Insect
“Used mostly Chromacakes in Green and Pro Longwear Fluidline in Blacktrack – for details I used Superslick Liquid Eye Liner in Nocturnal (silver).” – Stapleton
Keri Blair @keriblair – Comic Book, Camouflage, Outrageous
Michelle Clark @michelleclarkmakeup – Deteriorating, Tempting, Vampire
Stitch Witch by Ashley Rudder @Ashley_Rudder
“I whipped up this look using M.A.C. Chromacakes, Retro Matte Liquid Lipstick, Eye Shadows and Glitter.” – Rudder
Victor Cembellin @victorcembellin – Curious, Monochromatic, Alien
“For this year’s challenge, I really wanted to explore textures and techniques with not only my ‘violet alien’ but with the M.A.C. Pro products themselves. I experimented with sea-sponge dabbing, airbrushing through stencils and marbling vein effects (of course the lenses from a cheap pair of ‘gas station sunglasses’ really helped round out my design)!” – Cembellin
Tiffany Johnston @ttjohnston – Cosmic, Wet, Clown
Blacklight Skull by Cynthia @cynth_pop