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Sunday, 7 October 2018

Sarah Sanderson // Hocus Pocus // Halloween With Hannah

As it's the 25th Anniversary of Hocus Pocus I wanted all the looks I feature on my blog this year to be from the movie. As you can see first up is Sarah Sanderson.

The products and tools I used

- ELF Mineral Face Primer
- Makeup Revolution Fast Base Foundation Stick In F1
- Rimmel Wake Me Up Foundation In Light Porcelain 
- Revlon Colourstay Concealer In Fair
- Studio London Powder In Translucent 
- Tony Moly Lovely Eyebrow Pencil In Grey Brown
- Makeup Revolution Black Eyeshadow
- Rimmel Exaggerate Eyeliner In Black
- Eylure False Eyelashes In Volume 100
- Colourpop Supershock Blush In Birthday Suit
- Maybelline Lash Sensational Mascara In Black
- NYX Suede Liquid Lip In Cherry Skies 
- Real Techniques Sponges (Orange & Purple)
- Makeup Revolution Powder Brush
- Real Techniques Blush Brush
- Real Techniques Eyeliner Brush
- Real Techniques Lip Brush
- Eyeshadow Sponge Applicator

How I put the look together

- I purchased the wig, top and cape from Ebay and cost me just under £18 for all 3.
- I started with the eyes first. Using my primer and putting a little on my eyelids I let that set whilst taking my real techniques sponge and patting some powder under my eyes to catch fallout. I used a little concealer as an eyelid base before packing on black eyeshadow. This doesn't have to be perfect, she's been dead for 300 years so she will have streaks. Taking some of the same shadow on an eyeliner brush I put it under my eyes and smoked it our a little. Finally I used a black eyeliner on the top and bottom water line, applied a coat of mascara and put on my false lashes.
- When happy with my eyes I wiped the powder away and applied primer to my face. I took the Makeup Revolution stick foundation and swiped it all over my face before dampening my sponge and buffering it in with the Rimmel foundation. I found this technique on Nikkitutorials YouTube channel, it's a full coverage application that works well for me. Taking my concealer and touching up any redness showing through I finished my base by applying powder with a big fluffy brush.
- Moving onto brows I tried to make them a little fuller like Sarah Sanderson's but being honest brows are not my forte so I just filled them as best I could.
- Now all I needed to do was apply a little blush to the apples of my cheeks and apply my lip colour. The Cherry Skies Liquid Suede by NYX was a brilliant in between red and burgundy which was the best match I could find without have too much of a bright red.
- To finish off the look I used the black eyeliner to give myself a mole on under the lip just like hers. 

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 Instagram, Facebook or Twitter or comment below!


Have you seen Hocus Pocus? Who is your favoruite Sanderson Sister? 

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