11 Oct 2010

Creepy Dead Doll Halloween Makeup

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I wanted to create a creepy looking dead doll makeup for Halloween and this is what I came up with. I was going for bruised and blood-shot looking eyes with some veining showing through, a skull-like looking face, yet still retaining some classic doll features: big wide eyes, long lashes, and a heart shaped mouth. You could even darken up the eyes if you want more contrast!






Face
Makeup Forever Mat Velvet+ foundation in 15, MAC Airbrush foundation in White

Contour
MAC Copperplate e/s, Ben Nye Greystone e/s, Illamasqua Intrigue blush

Eyes
42 piece Double Stack Matte Palette available on ebay, Ben Nye Greystone e/s, La Femme cake eyeliner in Blue, generic eyelashes from ebay, Red Cherry lashes Nr. 501, Maybelline white kohl pencil,

Lips
Ben Nye concealer wheel SK-II, Nivea Bedtime Plum lipstick

Nailpolish
Orly It's Not Rocket Science


Link to the video tutorial on Youtube. What are you dressing up as this Halloween?

29 comments:

  1. Amazing. Freaky, creepy, scary, effective and exquisitely executed.

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  2. Great Tutorial! OMG those fake veins are so grossssSS! xD

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  3. This is a fantastic halloween look! id love to go as catwoman but a skin-tight catsuit? i dunno..... .x

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  4. Nice tutorial! This is a fun Halloween look.

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  5. amazing halloween tutorial. i love it!!!

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  6. This is... SO CREEPY. I LOVE IT. :D

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  7. Nobody's Halloween tutorials have inspired me so far this year...until this one! I'm going to base my costume idea around this. Thanks Julia!

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  8. That is so cool! I'm doing a Cleopatra get up this year but I'd like to put a dark spin on it.

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  9. great video. i believe i will use this for halloween. thank you for sharing.

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  10. Thank you for giving me the best idea for a halloween costume!! I will post pics if i ever get around to recreating this and if it looks nice! Love your videos, thank you!

    xoxo Julia
    http://juliaalise.blogspot.com/

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  11. I absolutely love this look! :)

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  12. I love the veins around the eyes! What great detail!

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  13. I LOVE it sooooooo much!!!! best Halloween doll vid in my opinio =D

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  14. Creepy dead doll for sure! although dolls aren't alive but either way, looks super creepy! chelseacamillasarajevo.blogspot.com

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  15. Whoa! Love it! Those vains and blood shot eyes... That gives an amazing effect!

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  16. Julia, you are brilliant! Please don't take this the wrong way but this is one tutorial I just couldn't watch.. Your creepy doll freaked the heck out of me!! Ughhh, I disliked dolls when I was little and I am bound for screaming nightmares tonight... Errr Well Done?! Lol xx

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  17. I can honestly say this creeped me out. I am a horror fan from WAY back but Dolls and clowns REALLY get under my skin. I may be doing this for my Halloween Costume this year! Thanks for posting!

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  18. Wow! This one is great, I might have to try it out :)

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  19. OMG! This look is totally awesome. Great job! This would be perfect for my niece. :)

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  20. I'm definitely taking cues from this look for my Halloween coordinate. Although I think I'll make the bruised eyes a bit more purple than pink since my overall look will be quite Gothic. ^_^

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  21. Wow... this IS creepy... I agree, the effect of those drawn veins is quite good for the purpose.
    I'm dressing up as Maleficent, the witch from The Sleeping Beauty (Disney). I think it's going to be a lot of fun, since she's very sophisticated, sarcastic and kind of sexy...
    (Ahem, by the way, wouldn't it be an interesting makeup tutorial to do?... ahem) :D
    Hope you enjoyed your little trip!

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  22. Wow, that looks so effective! Super cool! x

    Check out my shoe design blogspot? All my designs are hand-drawn also! Take care x

    Louboutininthemaking.blogspot.com

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  23. Oh, wow! I allmost didn't recognise you!

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  24. Thank you, I did a very quick interpretation of this look Halloween evening, I thought it looked pretty good, and if I spent more time on it, would look better. Love your ideas.

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  25. I tried this look for the last halloween and it was amazing!! I looked so creepy!! thanks for your ideas and I'd really like to send you a picture of my "creepy dead doll look" :D

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  26. jocelyn3:06 pm

    Julia...what brush do you use to draw the veins on your eyes?

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