Get the Pixelated Cartoon Princess look with Sam McCauleys!

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If you’ve left it until the last minute to sort your Halloween look don’t panic!!  Roisin from our Tralee store shows you in just 5 simple steps and using just 7 products, how to get the perfect Pixelated Pop-Art Princess look for Halloween!

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Products Used:

  • Stila Smudge Stick (Black Amethyst)
  • Stila Stay All Day Liquid Eyeliner (Black)
  • Stila Stay All Day Liquid Lipstick (Besso)
  • Stila Convertible Colour (Sweet Pea)
  • Stila Mile High Lashes Mascara
  • Estée Lauder Envy Lipstick Collection (340)
  • Lancôme Teint Miracle (007)

 

Step 1:

Apply the foundation and then apply a small amount of blush to accentuate the cheek bones.

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Step 2:

To create the pixels, apply red dots all over the face using Estée Lauder Envy Collection Lipstick (340) using a lip brush.

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Step 3:

Using pencil and liquid eyeliner, line and create the prominent eyebrows and facial features.  Then fill in the lips with the same lipstick that you used for the dots.

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Step 4:

Outline the lips using your liquid and pencil liners, then apply Stila Stay All Day Liquid Lipstick (Besso) to give a perfect pout to the lips.

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Step 5:

To finish off the look, use Stila Mile High Lashes Mascara to give volume and lift to your lashes!

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And you’re all done!  For more makeup tips & tricks (for Halloween or otherwise!), don’t hesitate to call into your local Sam McCauley Chemist and speak to one of our Cosmetic Consultants!

Happy Halloween Everyone!!

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