For my second Halloween makeup tutorial, I did a glam vampire look. And I will let you in on a secret. It’s so easy to do. Decided what tutorial to do might have been the hardest part. But you know when you’re looking for inspo Target is the first place I go. I spent a few hours going up and down the aisles deciding what my look should be. I may have bought some pillows, candles, and did my weekly market run too.
This year, Target is partnering with Unilever to bring you a little Halloween inspiration from your favorite influencers and of course, they tapped your girl to create a look.
A huge part of this glam vampire look was my hair so I grabbed a few items from Target that I’ve been wanted to try. For my hair, I decided to do mold my hair into a deep part slicked back look. I started with clean hair by using both the Suave Professionals Keratin Infusion Smoothing Shampoo and Suave Professionals Keratin Infusion Smoothing Conditioner. I instantly fell in love with these two. It gave my hair so much shine and let my hair super silky. It really felt like I had just left the salon. And since I am on a mission to keep my hair as straight as possible the bonus was the keratin infusion which gently cleanses while infusing the lost keratin inside the hair fibers. The conditioner is also bae because it’s not only suitable for all hair types (I can share with the husband) but it also seals the cuticle layer to prevent split ends and fight frizz.
Before sitting under the dryer to mold my hair I use the TRESemmé Thermal Creations Instant Heat Tamer Spray. Even though I was leaving my hair in the mold for this look, this heat tamer was necessary for the styling the day after. It acts as a guard against the heat and friction flat irons create and leave your hair shiny and enviably soft. You see the theme right! Shiny, silky, and soft.
My hair is growing like wildfire so to make sure all the hairs were laying down I used a dime-sized amount of gel-like TRESemmé Mega Firm Gel. The amount you use will depend on the length and thickness of your hair. I used only used it on the edges and the back of my hair where my hair is short.
Then I sat under the dryer for about 30 minutes. After my hair was dry I went on to paint my face! Watch the video above for the step by step tutorial.
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