Thursday, October 8, 2015

Halloween Marionette Doll Makeup with Clarins: Tutorial

Disclaimer: The products featured were provided for review.
My favorite holiday, Halloween, is only weeks away and this year I have teamed up with Clarins to create a fun Halloween makeup look using some awesome Clarins products. I decided to re-create a marionette doll look I did years ago and today I want to share with you some quick tips on how I achieved the look.........
For the complexion, I started with a liquid foundation that's a tad lighter than my natural skin tone: Extra Firming Foundation in "103 Ivory". Next I used a beautiful peachy-pink cream-to-powder Multi-Blush in "02 Candy". Don't be scared to really pack it on for that intense baby doll flush.
1. Extra Firming Foundation in "103 Ivory"
2. Multi-Blush in "02 Candy"
For the eyes, I used the beautiful Eye Quartet Mineral Palette in "13 Skin Tones" to create a natural smoky eye. Using the 3 Dot Liner, I dotted along my lash line to create the illusion of thicker lashes. Afterwards, I used the Long-Lasting Eye Pencil to do a simple line on the upper lash line. Then I ran a white eyeliner on the waterline to give the illusion of bigger eyes. Last but not least, I found the craziest lashes and packed those on to give myself the most dollish look.
3. Eye Quartet Mineral Palette in "13 Skin Tones"
4. Long-Lasting Eye Pencil with Brush and Sharpener in "01 Carbon Black"
6. 3 Dot Liner Liquid Eyeliner in "Black"
To imitate the marionette's wooden chin, I first used the Lipliner Pencil in "03 Nude Rose" to draw out two straight lines connecting the corners of my lips to the tip of my chin. Afterwards, I retraced that line with a black eyeliner and used the darker shadows from the palette to create some shading.
5. Lipliner Pencil in "03 Nude Rose"
7. Joli Rouge in "743 Cherry Red"
For the lips I chose a gorgeous bright red, Joli Rouge in "743 Cherry Red" over a darker red lip liner. I also extended the corners of my lips with the black liner to create a more marionette-esque appeal. Lastly, I used the 3 Dot Liner to create some cross-hatchings on my face to finish the look.
The finished look!
I hope you've enjoyed that quick tutorial. I think this is a fun and easy look that's not too over-the-top but still impressive. I want to give big thanks to Clarins for providing the products I used. What are you dressing up as this year? Share with me in the comments below!

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