I chose to be a Broken Doll this year, and I was really happy with the outcome, even though I had a few issues with ordering my costume, but thank God, I was able to manage them.
First, I ordered a size bigger than my actual one, and it wasn’t until I read the reviews that I realized the sizes run too big! On top of that, the delivery got delayed and it was too late to exchange it or even order a new one.
So, I still made the best out of it, and just changed and added a few things, making it look like what you see in the pics.
My Broken Doll costume originally came with the dress, choker, tights and hair bow. I kept the dress of course, and also the bow, but replaced the choker and the tights, and added pink socks and a black wig, as well as my own accessories and my 5 inch pumps.
I really loooove the makeup! I got at 5am to get ready, since I wore my costume to work, but it was worthy the sacrifice!
I canceled my plans to go out at night, since I had to do a few people’s makeup between Friday night and Saturday afternoon, so I knew I was going to be exhausted. But that did not stop me from dressing up and having fun on Halloween.
And You? Tell me how was your Halloween????
What I Wore?
Women’s Broken Doll Costume from Amazon $45.99; Cross Tights from Mandee $4.99; Black Pumps from Mandee $24.99; Pink Socks from Steve Madden; Black Cross Choker from Party City.
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What Am I Wearing?
Pre Makeup: Make Up For Ever Primer; NYX Eye Primer; Graftobian Wheel Corrector. Makeup: MAC Cosmetics Eyeshadows (Knight Divine & Black Tied); NAKED Palette from Urban Decay (Virgin & Sidecar); Black Gel Eyeliner from Laura Mercier; Black Eye Pencil from MAC Cosmetics; False Eyelashes from MAC Cosmetics; Bombshell Curvaceous Mascara (Very Black) from Cover Girl; Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Duo, Gel Brow & Highlighter; Urban Decay Naked Flushed Kit; Radiant Blush from Beauty Rush VS (Dollface); Lip Liner (Magenta) and Lipstick, both from MAC Cosmetics (St. Germain); Graftobian Foundation (Graceful Swan) & Setting Powder from Laura Mercier; Makeup For Ever HD Pressed Powder.
For the Broken Lines I used Black Gel Eyeliner and went over them with black eyeshadow. I also used pink studs to make them look like freckles. I got these at A.C. Moore. I also used a foundation way lighter than my complexion, to create that doll pale look.
Check Out My Broken Doll Costume I Wore For Halloween, Plus The Awesome Makeup I Created. You Can Buy An Already Made Costume And Still Make It Look UNIQUE!