FROM TOP TO BOTTOM:
Blue wig - Serge's
Schoolgirl blouse - YES STYLE
Side zip circle skirt - YES STYLE
Patent leather loafers - Pink & Pepper
The 'manga makeup' I did here isn't SO over the top that you couldn't wear it out of the house without feeling like a circus act. It's pretty much my normal routine, with a few extra steps:
- Mascara on top lashes
- Thick cat eye wing with black liquid eyeliner on top lip
- White Lime Crime liquid eyeliner on water line and below lash line. This creates the illusion that your actual eyeballs are much larger than they really are, which is how anime characters appear.
- A line of black liquid eyeliner underneath the white eyeliner below the lower lash line. This creates the illusion that your eyeballs ends where the line is drawn, and the white eyeliner is part of your actual eyeball. Extend the line diagonally toward the wing tip on the upper lid so that the entire line connects and creates a round, slanted shape.
- A layer of loose black or dark brown eyeshadow over the black liquid eyeliner line to create a smoky effect.
- 9 vertical doll lashes underneath the smoky eyeshadow layer, applied with black liquid eyeliner
- A gradient light brown to jet black application of eyeshadow above the cat eye wing on the top lid
- Bright pink blush on the apples of your cheeks
- Light pink lip liner in the center of the lips (instead of lining the entire mouth) to create a smaller, more heart-shaped look.
- An application of nude lipstick (I used “Coquette” by Lime Crime)
- An application of matte, opaque pastel pink lipstick over the nude (I used “Countessa Fluorescent” by Lime Crime)
Try it next year - or to your next costume party! Or just for fun! Happy Halloween, y'all.
Everything is infinite,