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Sunday, 14 October 2018

Mary Sanderson // Hocus Pocus // Halloween With Hannah

The products and tools I used

- ELF Mineral Face Primer
- Makeup Revolution Fast Base Foundation Stick In F1
- L'Oreal True Match Foundation In Rose Ivory 
- Revlon Colourstay Concealer In Fair
- Studio London Powder In Translucent 
- Tony Moly Lovely Eyebrow Pencil In Grey Brown
- Makeup Revolution Black & Brown Eyeshadow
- Rimmel Exaggerate Eyeliner In Black
- Eylure False Eyelashes In Lengthening 155
- A Mix Of Two Blushes From A Makeup Revolution Blush Palette (Unnamed)
- Maybelline Lash Sensational Mascara In Black
- L'Oreal Lip Paint In Red Fiction 105 
- Real Techniques Sponges (Orange & Purple)
- Makeup Revolution Powder Brush
- Real Techniques Blush Brush
- Real Techniques Eyeliner Brush
- Make Up Revolution Fluffy Eyeshadow Brush
- Real Techniques Lip Brush
- Eyeshadow Sponge Applicator

How I put the look together

- For this look I decided to forgo having a wig as my hair is dark brown and just brought a long sleeved orange t-shirt for £3.99 off eBay. 
- I started the same as last time, with a little primer and concealer on my eyes as a base. In a similar fashion to the other Sanderson sisters, Mary has a smoky eye but instead of using only black eyeshadow, she has a dark brown swept across her lids. I applied the black eye shadow like eyeliner and smoked it out. Again this doesn't have to be perfect. Taking my black eyeliner and applying it to my top and bottom waterline I again finished with some lengthening false lashes and mascara. 
- This time I didn't use powder under my eyes as I found the concealer creased quite a bit so I took a makeup wipe and cleaned up any fall out from my eye makeup. I applied primer to my face and started with the foundation. I used the same full coverage application I found on Nikkitutorials. I used the Makeup Revolution stick foundation all over my face and took my L'Oreal foundation on a damp beauty sponge and used it to buffer in my foundation. I went with the Revlon foundation this time as I wanted quite a pale matte finish. Using concealer and touching up where needed, I finished with my Studio London translucent powder on a big fluffy brush.
- Brows are not my forte, I filled them in as best I could using a brow pencil by Tony Moly.
- Taking a mix of two bright pink blushes from a Makeup Revolution Palette, I went to town with the colour, using photos as reference.
- Mary has quite bright red lips and I knew the L'Oreal Lip Paint I had would be perfect, after application I went ahead with my black eyeliner and created the mole she had to the side of the lips. 
- As I didn't use a wig, I backcombed my hair and put it in a loose high bun. Using a comb to change the shape and try to get it as pointed as possible by twisting and pining I tried my best but ultimately went with this messy updo. I decided not to wear a cape either as a signature part to Mary's look is the hair.

Do you prefer inspired looks or to go all out with costumes?

I had so much fun putting this look together and I'm looking forward to posting the others I have planned. I'd love to see if you too will be doing a makeup look from The Hocus Pocus movie, you can find me on InstagramFacebook or Twitter or comment below!


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  1. Lovely job Hannah! That mole really adds the perfect finishing touch of detail necessary to replicate the original look! I think you captured the essence of Mary Sanderson extremely well.

    I like both inspired looks and all out costumes, both are lovely in different ways.

    Hanna x | missbeautysaver.com

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