Plastic Fantastic Doll Halloween Makeup DIY

Caitlin U.
ByCaitlin U.
Staff

"Life in plastic, it's fantastic!" Or is it? This creepy, yet pretty, Halloween makeup look from NYX and Mimi Choi, professional makeup artist and creative illusionist, has us rethinking how fantastic the plastic life really is. That being said, this DIY video makeup tutorial and step-by-step instructions are all kinds of fantastic, check it out: 

 

Plastic Fantastic Doll Halloween Makeup DIY:          

Create an even foundation base on the skin, and matte the skin using High Definition Finishing Powder in Translucent.

 

For the distorted lip:

1. Map out the slice using the brown shade from the Ultimate Shadow Palette in Utopia

 

2. Create the illusion of space on the sides of the mouth by using Epic Wear Liner Pencil Stick in Black, set with a black eye shadow.

 

3. Map out the distorted lips using Suede Matte Lip Liner in Spicy, sketch it slightly off centered to appear "shifted."

 

4. Apply the matching Suede Matte Lipstick in Spicy and add depth the lip corners using Epic Wear Liner in Black.

 

5. Paint the staples using Epic Wear Liner in Black and highlight them with Epic Wear Liner in White

 

For the illusion eyes:

1. To create the illusion on closed eyelids, add the white shade from the SFX Palette in Primary on the lid, and set with High Definition Finishing Powder in Translucent.

 

2. Draw the shape of an eyeball on the white base using Epic Wear Liner in Black and fill in with any color to create the eye shade you want (blue was used). 

 

3. Add strip lashes to the middle of the eyelid and lower lash line to give the illusion of an opened eye. 

 

For the nose bandage:

1. Draw a white rectangle across the nose using the white shade from the SFX Palette in Primary and set with High Definition Finishing Powder in Translucent.

 

2. Draw on the grey tape using a thin liner brush and the grey shade from the SFX Palette in Primary.

 

Plus, check out two other Mimi Choi makeup illusions for Halloween, a Prima Ballerina and Newlywed Undead look!

 

 

Do you want to recreate this look? Let us know in the comments!