October 22, 2014

Ghoulish Figures Start To Wake ♥



I'm back with another quick & easy look for Halloween, the ever so famous Sugar Skull. What I love about these is you can go all out or you can stay subtle. You can add diamonds, glitter, literally anything you want because after all it is Halloween! 

For this look I used:
Revecen white foundation
Little Mix All about the eyes palette - black colour for circle around eyes
Purple glitter loose pigment from Fuschia to put on top of eyelids and under water line to add some colour
Revecen Purple face and body paint for decorative around eyes, dots and line around swirl
Revecen cake liner (used wet so it turned gel) for nose and all black decorative on face
Master drama kohl liner to line the eyes
Mascara and false lashes 

What I also love about this is you don't particularly have to have a costume it can be a last minute decision if perhaps you've decided to go to a fancy dress. I actually done this last year and threw a costume together in the matter of a day I'll attach photos below. I just wore a dress that was black and consisted of lots of frills but almost had a tattered look to it? A fascinator which was probably my favourite thing, It had a huge purple bouquet of flowers on top of it along with aload of net that went down the back of your head like a small veil and then a mesh kind of net that went over my face. Shredded wings that I got in a evil fairy or something costume for €5, purple tights and Alice in wonderland themed Irregular Choice shoes. I then stuck in some extensions and attached some rubber spiders and tada. I think the only thing I had to buy were the spiders because I had everything else (except the hat/fascinator was on loan from the Boutique I worked in at the time)

Are you going to any fancy dress parties this year?

10 comments:

  1. Wow, the sugar skull you created looks amazing!

    http://www.beyondthevelvet.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. Thank you lovely, just a quick and simple look :) x

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  2. This looks incredible! It's not a costume - it's art! :L

    Hannah | The Crafty Fox

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  3. Wow that looks absolutely amazing, good job!

    elwillmer.blogspot.com
    xx

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  4. I love this idea. I really like all the day of the dead brightly coloured skulls. Im not sure if I could do it this well though! I might have to stick to a good old zombie face this Halloween!
    www.quitequaint.co.uk

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  5. Amazing look for Halloween! Great blog, I have followed you with Bloglovin and if you ever get a chance to check out my blog I would be delighted, thanks!

    Camille xo

    www.cococami.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Thank you lovely, have followed you back :) x

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