Tuesday, September 30th, 2008

MAC Cosmetics’ Halloween How-to Video! (From MAC!)

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14 thoughts on “MAC Cosmetics Halloween How-to Video

  1. dee

    I find myself irritated that they didn’t translate all the face charts onto a real person. Tronika(?-the robot one) and the doll face are two I would really love to see on a person.

  2. I don’t think that was as much of a “hot to” video as it was an “isn’t this cool” vid.

    • It’s kind of a mix of both – I could see some techniques going, and it was cool to see the phases of each mask/face that the artist used (like the outlining). I also liked that we saw some products IN use, and they actually were the ones recommended.

  3. I agree with Mary… but the skull one was pretty cool!!

  4. OMG! I absolutely love the skull. lol

  5. DreamerChan

    I was wondering when the Halloween face charts will pop up :)

    I think I might do the Amphibian one, but some of the past Halloween face charts seem more interesting =/ I dunno yet.

    Are you going to do any of them, Christine?

  6. Cool posting with nice video. I used MAC products only.

  7. Chica

    I love this years face charts – I’d love to do Tronica but I don’t think I’m skilled enough to pull it off – guess I have a few weeks to practice :)
    I’m so excited they’ve posted some on the models this time, it’s nice to see how well it translates :D
    Yay Halloween!

  8. This video is amazing. I think it’s great to see the translation from chart to face, but also to better appreciate the complexity and time required to actually complete (let alone learn & practice). It definitely showcases the wow factor, but I also think it is a how-to. It’s just not done in the step-by-step tutorial style most people are used to, which really wouldn’t be practical. I loved seeing the various stages of the looks, and I definitely can appreciate the skill required to pull any of these off.

    Thanks Christine, awesome look into the Halloween face charts.