“Paw Patrol! Paw Patrol! We’ll be there on the double!” Parents and Grandparents, I’m sure you recognize this snippet from Paw Patrol’s theme song. If not, no worries, just skip over the next paragraph and move forward with the look considering it a Puppy Husky Makeup Look instead of an Everest from Paw Patrol Makeup Look.
Now that my daughter is old enough, she gets a say in what we dress up as for Halloween. We like to do themed family costumes and this year she really wanted to be Marshall from Paw Patrol, that meant her father and I needed to decide who we’d like to dress up as to fit in with the theme. My husband went with Ryder, the Paw Patrol’s human leader, and I went with Everest, one of the Paw Patrol pups. Skye (the other female pup) is cute, but I really love Siberian Huskies and that’s what Everest is! To get into character, I created this makeup look to go with my DIY Everest costume. Use this post as a guide so you too can turn into a “Pawsome” Paw Patroller this Halloween!
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To create this Easy Everest Inspired Makeup Look with me you’ll need the following products. The exact products that I used to create my look and their prices as of publishing this post are written in Italics.
- dr. brandt Pores No More Pore Refiner Primer $45.00
- Medium-Full Coverage Foundation
- Antonym Cosmetics Skin Esteem Organic Liquid Foundation $52.00
- Under Eye Concealer
- Chanel Lift Lumiere Smoothing & Rejuvenating Eye Contour Concealer SOLD OUT
- Blemish Concealer
- Charlotte Tilbury Magic Away Concealer $32.00
- Shimmery Slate Eyeshadow
- Julep Eyeshadow 101 Creme to Powder Eyeshadow Stick in Slate Shimmer $18.00
- Black Pencil Eyeliner
- Vasanti Cosmetics Kajal Waterline Eyeliner in Intense Black $19.00
- Lengthening and Curling Mascara
- theBalm Cosmetics Mad Lash Mascara $9.65
- Pearly White Multistick
- wet n wild Fantasy Makers Multistick – Pearl $2.99
- Gray Liquid Eyeliner
- wet n wild Fantasy Makers MegaLiner Metallic Liquid Eyeliner – Cauldron Metal $3.99
- Black Liquid Lipstick
- wet n wild Fantasy Makers MegaLast Liquid Catsuit Metallic Lipstick – Shady Witch $4.99
- Setting Spray
- Pixi by Petra Rose Glow Mist $15.00
Step-by-Step Makeup Tutorial inspired by Everest from Paw Patrol
Create the perfect, smooth canvas by applying a makeup primer.
Apply and blend in a medium-full coverage foundation that has a natural finish.
Use concealer as necessary to cover blemishes, remaining redness, and to brighten dark undereye circles.
Fill in your brows as you normally would with a brow gel that matches your brow color.
Apply a shimmery slate colored eyeshadow to your eyelid. Blend this color up into the crease of your eyelid.
Line your entire eye with a black pencil eyeliner that glides on smoothly. Blend this eyeliner in with its blender or a small angled brush to make it smudgy, but not too messy.
Then, brush a lengthening and curling mascara onto your upper and lower lashes.
Next, draw some “fur” onto your forehead. Start with the same shimmery slate eyeshadow that you used on your eyelids. Draw curved, vertical lines across your entire forehead. I started at the inner corners of my eyebrows and moved outward in both directions, towards my temples.
In between these shimmery slate lines, use a pearly white eyeliner or multi-stick to draw on more “hairs.” Lastly, take a glittery gray liquid eyeliner and add a few more flicks of color onto your forehead.
To add on your “snout,” start by outlining your nostrils and filling the tip of your nose in with color. Use the same black pencil eyeliner for this that you did for lining your eyes. Extend this makeup down to your cupid’s bow.
On either side of your nose, draw on a place for your whiskers, use that pearly white multi-stick again. On top of the pearly white, draw 3 dots on either side of your nose.
Take a look at the pictures below to see what this should end up looking like. For clear instructions, watch my How-To video at the end of this post to see exactly how I create my furry forehead and snout.
On your upper lip only, swipe on a black liquid lipstick. This isn’t necessary, but since I love a little sparkle the black liquid lipstickÂ that I chose to use had some silver glitter in it.
Grab that pearly white multi-stick one more time to fill in your lower lip.
After creating such a cute look, make sure it stays in place by spritzing on a setting spray.
Create this adorable look with me on my YouTube channel!
If you do create this makeup look on yourself or your little one, share it with me by uploading it to social media and tagging me #bayareabeautyblogger and @bayareabeautyblogger. I’ll repost my favorites!
Have a PAWsome and Safe Halloween!