Slay the Halloween Makeup Game With This Ice Queen Tutorial

Channel her inner Elsa! ❄️❄️❄️

So you want to look fierce in both the spooky *and* sexy way at this year’s Halloween shindig but don’t know what look to rock? We got you, fam. And so does influencer Rushana Issacs. If you have ever been called an ice queen, now is your chance to show the haters what’s what by wearing this frosty Halloween makeup look. Here’s how to do it, and our recommendations on some key products you’ll need.

White Eyeliner

This look requires some white eyeliner for optimal impact. But this shade is one that most people don’t have as part of their beauty arsenal. You should defoes change that. Here are the two that we reckon will make you a white-liner convert (and help to perfect your Halloween makeup look).


White eyeliner has many uses, the smartest of which is to line your bottom lashes to make you eyes appear bigger. Genius!

Iridescent Highlighter

When you are doing an ice queen look for a dress-up party, it’s not the time to opt for a natural glow. For this, you need to haul out the big guns, and by that, we mean the holographic highlighter shades that are popular during festival season. Here are two worthwhile contenders:


Think you have to stick to one colour? Wrong! Layer on as many cool shades as you want for a super-shimmery finish.

White Face Paint

Not something that many of us have in our beauty kits either, but definitely a good investment. Face and body paint are great to whip out when you want to do a look that’s a bit extra. The white section is exactly what you need to put the frosty finishing touches to your Halloween makeup look.


Cream pigments have a tendency to smudge, so make sure you use a setting spray to keep your makeup in place.

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