We care a lot about beauty and makeup but that doesn’t mean we can’t save the world. Get all the girl power feels you need with these superhero makeup inspirations.
I feel like every girl has dreamt of becoming a superhero at one point in their lives because not everyone wants to be a damsel in distress, you know. I am actually all about fueling that idea more. It’s a good thing we have female comic and cartoon characters to channel all our world-saving-abilities into and quite possibly our artistic makeup skills. Here are some female superhero makeup tutorials you will surely enjoy.
Amazing Female Superhero Makeup Tutorials
Get ready to save the world with these amazing superhero makeup tutorials. Don your cape and put your game face on and be inspired to be everyday heroes with these awesome superhero-inspired looks. However, make sure you don’t wear these makeup looks during a normal day. But, wait, I totally would love to try that!
Our favorite antiheroine in the Suicide Squad, Harley Quinn is often associated as the frequent accomplice to Joker. However, she can definitely stand out on her own. She knows how to stand her ground and she knows what she wants and how to get it. Now those are traits I’m sure every woman has, they just have to channel their inner superhero.
It makes us feel all the amazing powers of Princess Diana of Themyscira A.K.A Diana Prince A.K.A Wonder Woman. Created in the comic art style featuring details that highlight the wonderful bone structure of our favorite female superhero.
Gamora is the adopted daughter of Thanos appearing in the Marvel Comics Universe. She has super strength and has accelerated healing powers. She is the green-skinned alien crew of Guardians of The Galaxy in the movie. She is a fictional character with all the independent woman sass of today.
Raven Darkholme has always been considered as a villain in the Marvel Comic book. She is a popular foe to the X-men team. However, in the movie adaptation, she has been portrayed as a wild-card character, most of the time helping save the world.
Selina Kyle is probably the most famous Catwoman in all of comic book history. She was originally depicted as a villain. However, her story arc has evolved to be an antiheroine and Batman’s love interest. Her confidence as a woman and as a female character has definitely grown in the hearts of many girls.
Another character worthy of mention is the beautiful Jean Grey. In this video tutorial by Jade Madden she had chosen to interpret Phoenix, Jean Grey’s alter ego. A powerful being with unlimited potential.