W I N N I F R E D S A N D E R S O N
I'll put a spell on you...
What would be more fitting than the Queen of Bad Girls, Winnifred from the Hocus Pocus Sanderson Sisters?
This look is especially fun and can be dressed up with a ton of props, but I kept it fairly easy. First, I part my hair in the middle and created messy buns. I added extensions between the bunns, making a nest of hair, with a combination of bobby pins and clips. I purposely kept a few chunks of hair out of the buns, because I love hair more when it's messy. Too add a cool effect, which barely showed up on camera, I sprayed dry shampoo. I spray close to the hair, for a few seconds logner than usual; this gives the hair white stripes.
I "bleached" my eyebrows with foundation, to look more like the movie character, then blending a thin layer of foundation to create a base for the rest of the makeup.
In the creases of my eyes, I added wine, eggplant, and deep brown eyeshadows. Belding thoroughly into the crease, be sure to keep all eyeshadow on the upper lid. I added a shimmery, wine eyeshadow to the center of the lids. I added mascara to my top and bottom lashes, after adding a white epncil to the water line.
The blush is a mixture of pinks, placed and blended in a circle on the apple of the cheeks. Be sure not to blend too much, it'll be too pretty.
Be sure foundation and powders are layered on the lips to rid them of pigment. With a merlot lipstick, I traced my new lip lines. Start from the cupid's bow or center of the lip, be sure the corners match when your mouth is both open and closed. Set everything with spray and add your spookiest accessories.
- Tarte Cosmetics Aquacealer; Light
- Glossier Perfecting Skin Tint; Light
- Makeup Forever 'Fresh Pink & Morello Cherry' Blushes
- Z Palette UNUM Collection Shadows; Chillie Willie & Punch Drunk
- Suva Beauty 'Prohibition Pub' Eyeshadow
- Morphe 9N Blushes
- Essence Makeup Lash Princess Mascara
- Anastasia Beverly Hills Lip Palette; 13 + Primary Red
- Kristofer Buckle Cosmetics Power Lock Spray