doll make up

Wooden Doll


'I've got no strings to hold me down, to make me fret or make me frown.'

I had so much fun creating this look that I wanna do it again and again with different styles, so who knows, maybe if I get time to then I will! I know this look freaked plenty of people out because of the eyes and I get it, I'm pretty creepy looking in this photo to be honest. It wasn't exceptionally difficult to do this look, just more awkward as you're doing the sides of your face and trying to keep the lines in place etc.
I feel like doll looks are fairly well liked this year, I've seen a lot on social media by other artists too.

Illamasqua skin base foundation in 6, eyeshadow in Dizzy & sketch stick in spirit
Eylure Halloween lashes in Spooky and dark brown brow pomade
Kat Von D Everlasting liquid lipstick in XO
Tarte Cosmetics Shape Tape concealer in Fair Neutral


Poison Ivy


This look I created is out of my usual comfort zone and something that I've never really created before but I have to admit that I'm glad I gave it a go and I'm happy with the finished result. I've never done a look where I've had to use face gems before although I have used glitter on my face countless times.

The Gypsy Shrine Poison Ivy face gems
Nyx Cosmetics face and body glitter in Teal
Illamasqua Skin base foundation in 6 and eyeshadow in Daemon
Jeffree Star Cosmetics Skin Frost in Mint Condition
Kat Von D Everlasting liquid lipstick in XO
Lime Crime Diamond crusher in Choke
Rimmel London Wonderfully Real mascara
Kiko Milano Green eyeshadow
Eylure lashes in 202
Tarte Cosmetics Shape Tape concealer in Fair Neutral

The product list for this look is a bit longer than my usual ones but there was more needed for the difference in this look to my usual creations. Anyone planning on going glitzy for Halloween? If so there are several places you can order glitter and gems from, The Gypsy Shrine, The Glitter Army and Festival Face are the three that I've used and would recommend.





Looking a bit puzzled.
This idea didn't come to me straight away, it originally stemmed from seeing an edited photo of a girls face falling away in puzzle form which then somehow gave me the idea to create this look.
It's probably the most unique look I've created on myself so far. Oh man I love the run up to the spooktacular night!

Illamasqua Skin Base foundation in 6 & Daemon eyeshadow
Mac Cosmetics lipstick in Media
Huda Beauty Desert Dusk palette 
Eylure lashes in 117 and eyebrow pomade in Dark Brown
Rimmel London Wonderfully Real mascara
Snazaroo fake blood

How do you like this look? 



Shades Of Black


I recently received these products for testing and reviewing purposes from Influenster.
I was so excited to be a part of this campaign and receive these goodies in the post, the Rimmel London Shades of Black Voxbox. Inside the box was 3 nail polishes, 3 lipgloss and one mascara, all products of Rimmel London and their collaboration with Rita Ora. 
The products were surprisingly better than I was expecting them to be and I'm not much of a lipgloss wearer usually, however I found this to feel nice when wearing instead of feeling sticky (nobody wants a sticky gloss!) and they were each very pigmented! 
As for the nail polish, they're gorgeous too, a deep dark purple and red as well as a matte black. I LOVE a matte black polish. To top the box off, I was actually due to get a new mascara but now that I have this one, I love it, I'll probably buy it again in future if I'm honest with you guys. 

All in all, I love the products and I hope that I get another box in the near future!





Another of my Halloween looks created on another client who kindly modelled for me to turn them into the insane.
I've always wanted to do a Beetlejuice look and I'm not entirely sure why I've never done one before but anyways, I've done it now and I'm really pleased with the outcome!
I only had a cheap nasty wig to use for the look but by the time we had backcombed the life out of it, it looked perfect for the look I was creating. 

Mac Cosmetics airbrush foundation in Pure White
Illamasqua Skin base mixer in 01
Kiko Milano eyeshadow (it appears to have been discontinued)
Eylure dark brown brow powder 

There wasn't a great deal of products used to create this look because it's pretty straight forward and simple to do. The most difficult part is to get the base as even as you possibly can!
If you're planning on going out for Halloween dressed as Beetlejuice, make sure you find some pigmented eyeshadow to make your life that little bit easier! ;)
Is there any specific kind of looks you would like to see my create? I have some more looks to post in the run up to Halloween but they're mostly on myself due to work and I have some products from The Gypsy Shrine on the way too, to be part of a look I already have planned and the latest Glossybox has been shipped out to me, so I'll be posting that asap.



Neon Skull


Another Halloween look I created.
A Neon Skull. 

I've seen a lot of skull make-up online already and I came across a half neon effect skull so I figured I would give it a go myself and do a full face neon skull. I'm pretty happy with the end result of the look and although it took me ages to create, due to being distracted by The Walking Dead whilst creating this, I added some lashes and I feel it finished the look for me.

Fenty Beauty pro filt'r longwear foundation in 140
Illamasqua eyeshadow in Sadist
Nyx Cosmetics white liquid eyeliner
Eylure lashes in 128

Have you got your Halloween look sorted yet?



Power Rangers


My favourites (GlamGlow) are back with two brand new limited edition face masks in a metallic green and metallic gold, just like the metallic blue one I wrote about at the beginning of the year. 
This time it's Power Rangers inspired, with the green one called 'Rita Repulsa' and the gold one called 'Goldar' after the villains from the new Power Rangers movie. I'm still yet to see it.
I love how the GravityMud masks make my skin feel after using them and I really do also love the colours they they're available in, it makes it more fun to use them if you ask me.
I hope they'll be creating more and more colours in the future. I never want my limited edition ones to run out! 
Has anyone tried these masks yet? They're only available for a limited time and you can get them from


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