These dolls are slaying the Halloween game. Especially when it comes to looking both cute and a little scary.
There are a ton of different Halloween costume ideas, buzzing around social media.
We mentioned a more makeup-based idea with the Pixel Makeup, but the latest one allows people to paint their own doll-like creations, on their face.
Doll makeup is the cute yet creepy look that’s perfect for Halloween.
One girl on Instagram, also known as @laur_elyse on the social media app, is taking a more inventive approach to creating her doll makeup.
Lauren Elyse has previously mentioned, online, that she has vitiligo. (Vitiligo is a condition that causes the loss of skin pigmentation in patches). But Lauren embraces her skin and incorporated it with one of her many ideas for Halloween.
Lauren shared her amazing transformation of turning into Sally from ‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’, saying:
“This one is from (one of my all-time favorite films) ‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’. Figured I’d utilize my vitiligo and turn my face into a real-life patched-up, ragdoll.”
Creating The Look
Lauren used eyeshadows from Kat Von D and Sugarpill Cosmetics. When it came to the lashes, she stuck with the brand Salon Perfect. (You can actually get 4 pairs in one pack at Walmart, for less than $10).
For the ‘stitches’ she used thread and hair bonding glue, to ensure the thread stuck on her face. (You can also purchase hair bonding glue, for cheap, at Walmart).
When it came to those bold lips, she used MAC Cosmetics Retromatte Liquid Lipcolour in the shade ‘Carnivorous’.
Other people are trying out the creepy doll look out for themselves, as well!
Seriously…this girl SLAYS!
Freaky Halloween Doll Look
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We’ve found even more ideas for those who are considering the creepy doll as a costume idea this Halloween!
Doll in disguise?
Creepily possessed doll…
A doll left broken?
I have to say, I’m genuinely interested in attempting to create a doll look. Okay, maybe not as intense as some of these, but it looks like so much fun to do! It’s amazing to see all of the different ways people can alter their looks with just makeup and other materials.
And I feel like when the look is mainly focused on the makeup, it makes it a little easier to get the costume together.