Thursday, 16 October 2014

Halloween: Porcelain Doll

I've done a couple of doll tutorials before; one being a basic doll look and the other being a darker more gothic looking doll. I had a request to do a porcelain doll tutorial, which is essentially just a more intense version of my original (and unexpectedly popular) doll tutorial.

I originally planned to do a creepy doll with cracks in the skin, but it just didn't end up that way. I attempted some cracks, but they didn't look so great since I had never done anything like that before. So in the end it is just a porcelain doll look.

This is a Halloween tutorial, but there are plenty of aspects you can use for other looks, for instance, if you need to know how to achieve flawless porcelain skin, or if you need to know how to create the illusion of large eyes.

Benefit The Porefessional
Maybelline Instant Anti-Age The Eraser Eye - Light
Ben Nye Creme Foundation - White
Estée Lauder Double Wear - Ivory Nude
MAC Prolongwear Concealer - NC15
MAC Prep+Prime Transparent Loose Powder
The Body Shop Bronzing Powder - Fair Matte 02
FashionistA Blush - Rose Glow Shade 2
Lancome Blush Subtil - Rose Flush (not shown in video)

MAC Fluidline - Blacktrack
Estée Lauder Brow Setting Gel - Clear

Too Faced Shadow Insurance
Sleek Eau La La Liner - White Noise
LORAC Pro Palette - White, Cream, Taupe, Champagne, Sable, Espresso
Kat von D Tattoo Liner - Trooper
Rimmel Wonder'Full Mascara - Black
Eylure False Eyelashes
Ardell #110 Eyelashes

Estée Lauder Double Wear Concealer - 1W Light 
Kat von D Everlasting Liquid Lipstick - Outlaw