You Crack Me Up | Halloween Makeup Look 001

It’s October, which means it’s time for all things spooky, creepy and supernatural – Halloween. And in the spirit of Halloween, it’s time for a few easy Halloween makeup looks. First up, the cracked doll. I used this video as my inspiration.

The cracked doll makeup look can be achieved without any fancy schmancy tools or products, though you might want to pick up a white face paint from the drugstore if you don’t have on hand. Other than that, all you need is your everyday makeup, an eyeliner and eyeliner brush, contour powder and a blending brush.

There are two parts to the cracked doll makeup look. The “normal” portion and the “doll”. “Normal” is anything you want it to be. I did my everyday makeup but you could go glam with a cut crease or get creative with a colourful smokey eye. The “doll” portion is everything else – a white base with black detailing.  It looks cool and there’s not much to it. All the things required for a quick and easy Halloween makeup look.

Get the Look

  1. Lightly sketch out the “cracked” outlines with a black eyeliner like the Annabelle Skinny Gel Eyeliner in Black Onyx.
  2. Apply your everyday makeup the “skin” portion. I used the Make Up For Ever Ultra HD Foundation as a base and concealed under the eyes with the Hard Candy Color Correct Cushion Wonder Concealer in Peach. I applied a touch of the Make Up For Ever Artist Color in B-210 onto the apples of the cheeks. Also, I penciled in my eyebrows with Benefit Goof Proof Brow Pencil,  blended the Make Up For Ever Artist Face Color in S-116 onto the eyes, lined the upper lash line with the Stila Stay All Day Liquid Eyeliner and finished off with a light coat of Dior Pump N Volume Mascara on the upper and lower eyelashes.
  3. Blend along the light sketch lines with a cool or neutral coloured contour powder like Make Up For Ever Artist Color in S-116 to create depth.
  4. Draw over the sketch lines with black eyeliner to darken them.
  5. Paint the “doll” portion of the face with a white base, ideally a white face paint but I used the white in the Make Up For Ever Flash Palette.
  6. Haphazardly draw small cracks over the white base using a precise eyeliner brush and a black eyeliner (again, I used the Make Up For Ever Flash Palette for this). Messier is better here, as the randomness makes for a more “effortless” look.
  7. If you want your look to last longer than a couple ours, make sure to set all cream products with a powder and lock it all in with a setting spray.

Make Up For Ever Flash Palette Halloween Makeup Look

Products Used

  • Annabelle Skinny Gel Eyeliner in Black Onyx
  • Make Up For Ever Ultra HD Foundation in Y305*
  • Hard Candy Color Correct Cushion Wonder Concealer in Peach*
  • Bite Beauty The Lip Liner in 016*
  • Bite Beauty Lipstick in Chai*
  • Benefit Cosmetics Goof Proof Brow Pencil in Deep
  • Stila Stay All Day Eyeliner
  • Dior Pump N Volume Mascara*
  • Make Up For Ever Artist Face Color S-116 (bronzer) and B-210 (blush)*
  • Make Up For Ever Flash Palette in Artistic*
  • Wet N Wild Foundation Brush*
  • Real Techniques Silicone Liner Brush*
  • Sephora Collection Pencil Brush*
  • Real Techniques Deluxe Crease Brush*
  • Marc Jacobs Beauty the Blush Brush*
  • Revlon 4-in-1 Blending Sponge*

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