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Sunday, 28 October 2018

Winifred Sanderson // Hocus Pocus // Halloween With Hannah

The products and tools I used

- The Ordinary High-Adherence Silicone 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 
- Rimmel Exaggerate Eyeliner In Black
- Essence Liquid In Eyeliner In Black
- Eylure False Eyelashes In Volume 100
- Makeup Revolution Blusher From Palette
- Too Faced Better Than Sex Mascara In Black
- NYX Retractable Lip Liner In Dark Red
- Revlon Ultra HD Lipstick In Dahlia  
- Real Techniques Sponges (Orange & Purple)
- Makeup Revolution Powder Brush
- Real Techniques Blush Brush
- Real Techniques Lip Brush

How I put the look together

- The purple top was the same style as the red one I used for Sarah Sanderson from eBay and I used the same red curly Merida wig I had and just tied and pinned it at the back. 
- Starting with the Makeup Revolution stick foundation and swiped it all over my face before dampening my sponge and buffering it in with the Revlon foundation. Again, I found this technique on Nikkitutorials YouTube channel, it's a full coverage application that works well for me. Touching up any redness and giving my brows a cover of concealer, I finished with the translucent setting powder.
- I left my brows as they are, I did try multiple times to glue them down. I used the glue stick technique and the spirit gum technique but they are just so dark that they showed through no matter what. I could have used liquid latex and a cover but I didn't want any awkward shaped bumps. 
- I went really simple with the eyes. As Winifred has barley there brows she uses a shadow to define her eye area but because you can see my brows I just went in with my eyeliner pencil on my water line and a thick liner of liquid liner on the top lid. Curling my lashes and using a few coats of mascara, I used the same lashes as I did with Sarah Sanderson to give more definition. 
- Winifred has striking blusher like Mary, so I used two colours from my Makeup Revolution Blusher palette (Sorry it has no name) and really went harsh on the apples of my cheeks. 
- To finish, I used a picture as guidance and created the same oval lip shape she has for her lipstick with a lip liner before going over the top with my Revlon lipstick.

This is the last Hocus Pocus look this Halloween. I did try my best at Billy but I wasn't happy with how it turned out and the pictures I took from my test run weren't great. If you wanted to do a Billy look I've linked a few artists who have shared theirs in my Instagram. 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!

Can you believe Hocus Pocus is 25 Years Old? Will you be watching it this year?

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