These Are The Standout Beauty Looks From The Opulence Halloween Party
This epic red carpet has truly served some serious head-turning makeup and hair moments!
Last night’s Opulence: Let Them Eat The Cake Halloween party paid tribute to the Victorian era. We saw a lot of stunning costumes on Manila's A-listers, inspired by the vibrant mix of prints and fabrics that together paint a modern and unapologetic picture of this over the top era. Halloween partygoers blended together effortlessly and seemed to signal that maybe there’s a lot of potential for fanciful and lighthearted aesthetic to take over the fashion and beauty world.
The makeup of the guests, was another important facet of the theme, with otherworldly looks and hyper-real makeup—all the way from the dramatic Victorian Goth and Vampire subcultures to the softer Lolita styles. Not a single boring look went down the red carpet, if we may say so.
Also, this star-studded Halloween party was not limited to the ladies. The male attendees also took their Victorian-inspired looks to a whole new level by enhancing their costumes with a mustache, beard, face paint, facial embellishments, and striking hair colors.
But the party was definitely hands down won by the Victorian beauties with their polished faces, elegant hairstyles and beautifully OTT outfits. Here’s a look at some of the prettiest and most standout beauty looks that we spotted at Opulence:
We love pearl details on the face, paired with soft tendrils on a classic updo.
This lady truly came to make a statement, and with that face done by none other than Ting Duque, you know beauty points have been won.
Model Jach came to grace us with her striking features, accentuated with a fancy double bun updo and pearl headpiece. The pinkish red lips topped off that delicate face.
Glitter was the name of the game! Georgina showed us how it's done in exaggerated glittered cat eyes perfectly paired with a crown, fitting of a true queen.
Mermaid waves, anyone? Elisse came made up by pro makeup artist Marben Talanay, and gave us some serious mermaid slash fairy slash pixie vibes. We're not complaining. We just want to see more!
Martine is giving us some serious minx vibes with the floral headpiece and romantic makeup combo. Her signature makeup hues of pink and peach were on display, perfectly paired with that stunning Maliche dress.
Another makeup look on point was that of Liz Uy, with silver glitter and serious cat eyeliner as the focal point. Opulent Asian royalty? Consider it done.
Makeup master Lala Flores did Sarah's makeup, and according to the expert, "this is how we do vampire queen." Enough said.