Oogie Boogie Glowing Makeup Tutorial

It’s hopeless, you’re finished. You haven’t got a prayer. ‘Cause I’m Mr. Oogie Boogie, and you ain’t going nowhere!

Halloween is almost here, so let’s head on down to Halloweentown and join the fun and frights! There’s much to be done and scares to be had before the best of October nights! Only one more week and then it’s here, so Burton fans rejoice because this makeup look will help you become the spookiest Halloween voice! It’s Oogie Boogie, the boogeyman, the baddest dude around, so keep it quiet, do not move, and do not make a sound. He’s a gamblin’ man and likes to bet when lives are on the line. Not his, of course, but yours would be just fine!

Join up with Lock, Shock, and Barrel and become the Oogie Boogie man from Nightmare Before Christmas with this incredible makeup tutorial! Wholesale Halloween Costumes partnered up with our good friend Caitlyn Kreklewich to make this step-by-step tutorial for you to try out for Halloween! See the face paint below and the whole body paint on Caitlyn’s channel!

Oogie Boogie Glowing Makeup Tutorial

Start this look by blocking out your eyebrows with a glue stick.

Smooth down brows and allow to dry.

Put on a black wig cap.

Oogie Boogie Glowing Makeup Tutorial

Map out Oogie Boogie’s shape around the face with green black light paint.

Start filling in the some areas of his body and leave anything that should remain black uncovered.

Oogie Boogie Glowing Makeup Tutorial

Outline the area around the eyes that will stay black then continue filling in the other areas.

Switch to regular black makeup to start filling in the shadow areas- the eyes, the folds of his hooded head and the lines of his mouth.

Oogie Boogie Glowing Makeup Tutorial

Add more tooth like lines to the bottom half of the mouth.

Fill in the area under the chin and neck with black eyeshadow fading it into the green on the chin.

Use the same eyeshadow to fill in the nose and add depth to the cheeks.

Oogie Boogie Glowing Makeup Tutorial

Continue dragging the shadow up the bridge of the nose and over each eye.

Use a skinny brush to define the bottom edge of the shadow over the eye with a thin line.

Fill in the rest of the exposed skin with black makeup.

Now turn on a black light and fill your dreams to the brim with FRIGHT!! OR, head over to Caitlyn’s Channel to finish this look with body paint.

Oogie Boogie Glowing Makeup Tutorial


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