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A little bit fiddly, but the end result is pretty cool.


Material

  • 1 White face paint
  • 1 Black eye liner
  • 2 Eye shadows (which ever colours you like)
  • 1 Red lipstick

Method

  1. Put a light coating of white face paint over entire face, covering eye brows and lips and blending down onto neck.
  2. EYES: Draw new eye brows with black eyeliner (about 1 cm above where eyebrows are covered), draw line along egde of top lid flicking out at edges, then draw semi-circle under eyes with eyeliner and draw eyelashes under semi-circles. Apply 2 colours of eyeshadow (one over entire eyelid, the other apply up to fake eyebrow line). Lastly fill in semi-circle with thicker application of white face paint. Touch up eyeliner if needed.
  3. CHEEKS: Use lipstick (I used the pink eyeshadow I used on eyes) to draw a circle on each cheek then blend with fingertips
  4. MOUTH: Draw heart shape on centre of lips with red lipstick, then using eyeliner, draw lines from corners of mouth to look like stitch lines (by adding smaller lines to cross the lines just drawn.

Notes... The costume was relatively cheap the only thing I actually had to purchase was the top and the socks. The skirts was made from a netting skirt and a skirt from a previous costume. The pink on top of skirt was tulle strips attached to a piece of elastic and the belt was one of mine that I made shorter.



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  • Therese Mudge
    • 16 Apr 2014
      3:21 pm

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  • this looks great, they did an awesome job

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  • I didn’t realise there was such a costume as a broken doll for Halloween. Reminds me of Harley Quin

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  • That is quite scary, great for Halloween

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  • Looks fabulous. I can’t quite see the broken bit of this costume tho, looks way too good to be broken


    • Maybe if you tare the dress up a bit it would look broken

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  • This is really cool!!! I love it! Well done with the face painting..nailed it!!

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  • Very colourful and creative, thank you.

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  • OOh not for me. She does still look pretty though, even though the makeup is scary.

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  • It’s a great result indeed. Your daughter looks gorgeous, sorry… scary!! :D

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  • This migh be a bit challenging for my drawing skills!

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  • I didn’t look at the “doll” properly and there was I thinking I had a way of decorating are real old doll. ha ha.

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  • I just don’t get the broken doll theme, but I think it’s a good costume

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  • seems easy and looks amazingly effective! Great job

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  • This scares me LOL

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  • Ooh, she looks fantastic. Look at how that make-up/face paints changes her look so dramatically. Very clever and just a different take on a Halloween character.

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  • We can make this easily, great.

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