Rock n’ Roll Series – Recreating the Makeup of Kiss |Ace Frehley Space Man Look

In this post I’ll be sharing with you my recreation of Ace Frehley’s ‘Spaceman’ makeup look, from my ‘Recreating The Makeup of Kiss’ mini series. I actually choose to attempt to recreate Ace Frehley’s ‘Spaceman’ makeup second after Paul Stanley’s Star Child, mainly I felt it was the next least intimidating one to take on, though my recreation is definitely not perfect the shapes were a bit off but I had fun doing it and that’s the whole thing behind this series is having fun recreating these looks.

If you want to know more about this series feel free to check out my first post where I share my inspiration for this series as well as my recreation of Paul Stanley’s ‘The Star Child’ makeup look.

Recreating Ace Frehley’s ‘The SpaceMan’ Makeup Look

For this look I wanted to add in some brighter blues, as I felt that it would create a better contrast against the silver, I thought it might just pop a bit more than the lighter blue that I had seen in Ace Frehley’s original makeup look. This look was quite simple I feel compared to the others I only used a few products and didn’t need large areas of black. For the silver I used a white base topped with a silver shimmery eyeshadow, ultimately I would have liked it to pop more but I feel like it doesn’t look to bad.

I paired this look with black lips similar to what I had seen in photos of Ace’s makeup but I also add a bit of a contour to help add a bit of dimention to the face and a subtle highlight on some of the high points of the face.

Outfit:

For my outfit I paired some silver grungy jeans that I had with a dark gunmetal silver top, a vintage leather jacket and some black high-heeled boots. I also paired some gunmetal silver earring and black to blue ombre wig to finish of the look.

Props:

I used my guitar again for this one and tried to recreate some poses from pictures of Ace on stage. I had alot of fun doing that but boy did my legs hurt later on from get up and down of the floor and back and forth to check pictures on my camera. It was well worth it though.

Again I did alter the colour of my guitar in Photoshop but the rest is lightly edited. I like to fix up hair lines, etc to make my wigs look more natural.

Makeup Details:

What I used:

Base:

  • Toofaced Cosmetics – Born This Way foundation
  • Essence Cosmetics – All About Matte Fixing Powder

Eyes:

  • Black Pencil Eyeliner (to mark out shapes & waterline)
  • Nyx Professional Makeup – Jumbo Pencil in Milk
  • Urban Decay Cosmetics – Electric palette | shades: Gonzo & Chaos.
  • Urban Decay Cosmetics – Moondust eyeshadow palette | shade: Vega (forgot to add in video)
  • Bh Cosmetics – Aurora Lights eyeshadow palette | shade: Flashing
  • Nyx Professional Makeup – Epic Ink Liner (brows, winged liner and outlines)
  • Black matte eyeshadow (under eyes)
  • Chi Chi Cosmetics – faux lashes in heidi (I had trouble applying in video)

Face:

  • Nyx Professional Makeup – HD blush in taupe
  • Anastasia Beverly Hills – Moonchild Glow Kit | shades: Star & Blue Ice

Lips: Nyx Professional Makeup – Liquid Suede in Alien (black)

Wig: Amazon


Watch Me Recreate Ace Frehley’s ‘The SpaceMan’ Makeup Look

Check out how I recreated this look in the video below.


I hope you enjoyed this post, If you would like to see more images from this series check out my instagram accounts (personal & beauty) for additional photos, I also have a dedicated Story Highlight on both accounts for this series. If you want to know more about this series check out my first post where I give an introduction as well as my inspiration for this series and I also share my recreation of Paul Stanley’s ‘The Star Child’ makeup.

If you would like to check out all the posts from my ‘Rock n’ Roll’ makeup series you can find them all here.

Until next time, I hope you have a lovely day.


Music credits (for video):

Elevators Need Rock Too by Spence

Demilitarized Zone & Gut Check by Ethan Meixsell

Jack’s Garage by Midnight North

Music sourced from the Youtube Audio Library.

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