Below, 10 step-by-step instructional videos for transforming yourself into a Na'vi being this Halloween. Step 1: Choose your favorite Avatar look from the list below. Step 2: Apply your chosen look. Step 3: For the dedicated fans with (more than a little) time on their hands, learn the Na'vi language and your transformation is complete!
One of the most popular Na'vi makeup tutorials on YouTube, Promise demonstrates how to turn yourself into Avatar's leading hot babe, Neytiri.
Quite possibly Avatar's biggest fan, Jennisse opens her tutorial by actually speaking the Na'vi language. Jennisse's tutorial is perhaps the most thorough, and definitely the most devoted (really, check out her use of green screen!).
For a less realistic, more moody Avatar inspired look, try KlairedelysArt's darkly stunning, sparkly makeup tutorial.
If you're looking for something even subtler, try WonderHowTo favorite Michelle Phan's Avatar inspired eye makeup.
Bethany is a WonderHowTo favorite, known for for her cartoony-pop looks, such as Hello Kitty, Wolverine, and My Little Pony. Below, Bethany's Avatar look is drawn from the exotic scenery. For more specific instructions pertaining to the eye makeup portion of the tutorial, click on the second video in the gallery below.
Also by Bethany, this creative Na'vi look uses prosthetics! Below, Bethany demonstrates how to make Na'vi ears and apply the makeup. For the making of the prosthetic nose, there are three additional tutorial videos by Bethany's collaborator, joannadelilah, in the gallery below.
helloglamour21 demonstrates a full Na'vi look, complete with ears and nose (although the link for the ears and nose appears to be currently down).
Makeup pro Kandeejohnson demonstrates how to apply Na'vi makeup using an airbrush, ensuring your look will last, smudge-free, throughout a long night of Halloween partying.
TheAwesomeFamily3's Avatar tutorial is perhaps the least in-depth, but it is cheap and quick, and best of all, uses glow-in-the dark makeup!
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