Halloween Look 2!!

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So following the first flapper look I decided to for the doll look next. This is also another Halloween idea that can easily be done with what you already have, just alter the makeup to colours you already have in your collection, though makeup sure you keep to light colours and stay away from nudes and blacks to make it look more doll like.

Like with the flapper look I started out with my normal base makeup for a night out, though with this the base needs to be as smooth as possible to give the allusion of being porcelain.

For the Eyes I primed them with the NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil in Milk this will help the eyeshadow stay in place but also to make the colours be more true to the shades they are in the palette as it give them a white background to go on. I then went over this with Mac Pigment Vanilla to add a bit of shimmer to the look. I then took a white shadow all over the lid and up to the crease, the added a combination of pinks and purples from the creased upwards. Finishing off the top of the lid with a light yellow taken on the inner of the eye to meet the pink/purples in the crease. 

For the lower lash line I went of the water line and also a bit below the lashes with the nyx pencil to give the allusion of my eyes being bigger than they are. I then lined the bottom and the lower lash line I had created with Rimmel Scandaleyes Gel Liner and then it was time for the lashes. 

The lashes I used are from Blink Pro and i have to say I think these are the easiest lashes I have ever used, On the top I used Victorious and on the bottom I used Promise, They are really easy to apply and the glue is good enought that these would last all night long if I needed then too. 

I then went over the apples of my cheeks with a bright pink shade from my Blush cosmetics blusher palette like the eye shadow palettes, these are really pigmented and so you don't need a lot to get the desired look (they are also really cheap for the amount you get!!!). Then using a pencil brush I used a dark brown colour to create the three freckles on each cheek and then used MAC lip liner in cherry to create the smaller doll like lips!!

Back comb your hair, throw on a dress, grab your teddy and your ready to go. But if you wanted a more dramatic look you could go for the broken doll, with just entails drawing a few cracks on your face with eyeliner, like so:

Now I started the cracks with a liquid eyeliner that was drying up, so the look would have been more effective had the lines been smooth and not as rough a they are here, but it is all down to preference.

I hope you enjoyed my second halloween look and let me know if you try this one out on yourselves!!

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