Halloween Looks: Jessica, Rebecca, Katie, Stacy
Jessica gets inspired by Cruella de Vil, Rebecca’s daughter goes as the Mad Hatter, Katie tries out a doll-inspired look, and Stacy gets gruesome!
Check out their looks!
Jessica’s Halloween look
JESSICA is 21 years old and is obsessed with makeup–she is a strong supporter of cruelty-free cosmetics.
INSPIRATION: Cruella de Vil from 101 Dalmatians
- BREAKDOWN: Urban Decay Eden Primer Potion, MAC Black Cream Colour Base, Sephora Dinner in Paris Eyeshadow Palette, MAC Heartless Lipstick.
Rebecca’s daughter’s Halloween look
REBECCA lives in West Virginia with her husband and has two kids. She has always liked makeup but has been crazy about it for the past year and a half.
INSPIRATION: Mad Hatter from Alice in Wonderland–with a girly twist!
- BREAKDOWN: Urban Decay Alice Eyeshadow, NYX Hot Pink Eye Pencil, CoverGirl Lash Blast, MAC Buddy Up Blush, MAC Wonderstruck Lustreglass.
Katie’s Halloween look
KATIE is a college student from Atlanta who has a mild obsession with winged liner. She loves organization, foam mattress toppers, and Diet Dr. Pepper. You can check out her blog!
INSPIRATION: I really wanted to try a cut crease and some false lashes, so I decided on a baby doll look. I unfortunately didn’t get to wear this look anywhere (silly exams), but I hope to improve it for next year’s parties!
- BREAKDOWN: MAC Engraved Powerpoint Eye Pencil, NYX Black Eyeshadow, MAC Vanilla Eyeshadow, MAC On the Hunt Superslick Eyeliner, Ardell #109 Lashes, NYX Taupe Blush, NARS Mata Hari Blush, MAC Dipdown Fluidline, Make Up For Ever #35 Rouge Artist Intense Lipstick.
Stacy’s Halloween look
STACY is from New York City and just graduated from Fordham University in May in Psychology. She has been doing research at Columbia University and wants to be a child and adoelescent psychiatrist.
INSPIRATION: Growing up, I always enjoyed dressing up masculine for halloween. I never liked being the fairy, bride, princess, or any cute, feminine costume what so ever. I always liked being the power ranger, Jason, Freddy, or any “scary” male character. So this year I was inspired by Two face from Batman. I did the joker with a feminine twist by wearing a green corset, purple jeans and a purple tie. IT looked absolutely amazing! I felt with two face I can make it sexy, yet scary at the same time. I always like to think outside the box and not be the typical feminine character.
- BREAKDOWN: MAC Red Pigment, Urban Decay Primer Potion, MAC Painterly Paint Pot, Make Up For Ever Black Color Palette, MAC Black Tied Eyeshadow, MAC Rated R Eyeshadow, MAC Soft Brown Eyeshadow, MAC Melba Blush, NARS Casino Bronzer, MAC Blankety Lipstick, MAC Lightly Prancing Dazzleglass Creme, Spirit Gum, Duo Eye Lash Glue, Fake Nails (for teeth), Fake Blood