find it here! This look is inspired by Roy Lichenstein's pop art which I loved while studying art in school and college. Its so fun and colourful and also really easy to create for halloween. So here's how I did this look..
To start off this look I applied a layer of foundation that was lighter than my skin colour. I used Rimmel Match Perfection foundation in the colour 'Light Porcelain'. I then set the foundation with Rimmel Stay Matte powder in 'Translucent' to stop the foundation from moving.
For this look you'll need a black and red face paint. (Although you could easily use a liquid eyeliner for the black lines, that would work just as well. I personally love Snazaroo face paints as they are incredibly pigmented and don't aggravate my skin in any way. To start this look I applied the red dots onto my face using the end of a makeup brush to keep the dots all the same size. After this had dried I then applied the black lines onto my face, down my jawline, under my cheek bones, down the side of my nose and around my lips. If you are struggling to figure out where you should place the lines just google Roy Lichenstein and plenty of images will pop up that will give you a good idea!
I then went onto the eyes and lips. I applied a bright blue eyeshadow from the MUA 'Poptastic' palette which I then brought underneath the eye to form a tear drop. I applied a black line into the crease of my eye to add depth and also around the tear drop to make it stand out. To finish off this look I applied MAC 'Russian Red' lipstick!
I hope you enjoyed this halloween look and please feel free to send me a photograph if you recreate it!