I’ve been very excited to share this Halloween makeup look with you all! I was scrolling through Pinterest, as always, for some Halloween makeup inspiration and came across quite a few ‘broken doll’ looks. I thought these looked really cute but still creepy and fairly easy to do. I’ve never actually done proper Halloween makeup before so I was looking forward to having a play around.
I’m really happy with the outcome of this look and will definitely be recreating it again on Halloween night! I hope you all like it too, let me know what you think in the comments.
- My base for this look is the same as always. I started by priming using the Guerlain L’Or Radiance Primer.
- I then applied the Becca Ultimate Coverage 24 Hour Foundation.
- Next, I applied the Kat Von D Lock It Concealer under my eyes and on any blemishes, I could still see.
- I then set my face with the RCMA No Colour Powder.
- For my eyebrows, I used the Kat Von D Super Brow. (I messed these up pretty badly and didn’t realise until after I’d taken the pictures so don’t pay too much attention to those haha.)
Blush, Contour, Highlight:
- Again as always, I used my trusty Kat Von D Shade and Light Palette to contour my cheekbones and jawline.
- For my blusher, I used the Urban Decay Afterglow in the shade Quickie which is a very bright pink. I used quite a lot of this right in the centre of my cheeks to get that doll-like rosiness.
- To highlight my cheekbones and nose I used the shade Luna from the Anastasia Beverly Hills Aurora palette.
- If you haven’t already guessed it I used the Urban Decay Primer Potion to prime my lids.
- As this is a doll look I wanted to go for over the top, Barbie pink eyeshadow. So to start I used the shade In Bed from the Marc Jacobs Provocouture Palette and applied this with a fluffy brush to my crease and outer corners.
- Then from the Juvia’s Place Magic Palette, I used the shade Osun, which is a really pretty, sparkly pale pink and applied this all over my lid.
- I again used Luna from the Aurora palette to highlight my inner corners.
- For my lower lashline, I used the Marc Jacobs Highliner in the shade Pink of Me to brighten up my under eyes and give that big, doll-like eye effect.
- I then used the Kat Von D Dagger Liner to create my winged liner.
- For mascara, I used the Urban Decay Troublemaker Mascara for my top and bottom lashes.
- In keeping with the doll/Barbie theme, I first used Charlotte Tilbury’s Velvet Underground Lipstick.
- I then used the Anastasia Beverly Hills liquid lipstick in the shade Blizzard, which is a sheer, pearlescent pink glitter that was released as a mini in their holiday collection, and applied this over the top.
- Now that the regular makeup is done it’s time for the fun part! I grabbed my old Kat Von D Tattoo Liner and near the centre of my forehead drew a hexagonal shape as my starting point and filled it in.
- I then drew several lines coming out from the hexagon to make it look as if that was the place where this doll was cracked first. Where you draw the lines is completely up to you, just have fun with it.
- I went down across my eyes and cheeks and then toward my mouth, adding in more smashed/missing pieces.
- Then I filled in more of the lines on my forehead and joined them up to get the smashed look.
- To add a bit more depth I took some black eyeshadow on a dense brush and patted it around the deep black missing pieces.
Let me know in the comments what you all think. I had a lot of fun doing this broken doll look and surprisingly it didn’t take as long as I thought it would. It’d be perfect for those of you who need a last minute costume idea!