Here is my fourth look for this years #HalloweenWithHannah
I was heavily influenced by Michelle Phan for this look so go check her out on YouTube
Products Used
- Elmer Purple Glue Stick
- Lottie London Ready Set Go Translucent Powder
- Fake Latex Nose
- Spirit Gum
- Liquid Latex
- Snazaroo Face Paint in Black
- NYX Eyeliner Pencil in White
- NYX Jumbo Pencil in Milk
- L'Oreal True Match Foundation in Rose Ivory
- Revlon Concealer in Fair
- MAC Studio Fix Powder Plus Foundation in NW10
- Rimmel Eyeliner Pencil in Brown
- Sleek Eyeshadow in Grey, White & Brown
- Makeup Revolution Blush Palette

Step One

I started the same way I always do by gluing down my Eyebrows with the Elmer's Glue and using a Brow Brush to make sure they stuck flat to the skin. I used two thick layers making sure the first was dry before applying the next. And as always, I finished by pressing down some translucent powder over them to absorb any leftover moisture. 

Step Two
I took some spirit gum to the Latex Nose and stuck it on. It was a little big so I had to cut around the edges a little. After it dried I applied some Liquid Latex around the outside to smooth the edges down to my face.

Step Three
I applied foundation and concealer as normal, making sure I applied a little extra over the eyebrows and applying some on the fake nose. Taking my brown eyeliner pencil I started sketching out the eyebrows and filled them in with black face paint. This gave it the most pigmented look.

Step Four
I then applied grey eyeshadow over my eyelids and around the eyes in a circular motion with a fluffy eyeshadow brush. Taking the NYX white eyeliner I made sure to cover my top and bottom water line before applying a thick line to the top eyelid and underneath the lower lash line.

Step Five
I then took the brown pencil and made wrinkles in the face before buffering them out a little with a brown eyeshadow. I then traced around the eyes and started to trace out the lips.

Step Six 
I made sure to leave a gap for a tooth before filling in the lips with black face paint. For the tooth I used the NYX jumbo pencil in Milk. I finished the lips by applying a mix of red and pink blush to the bottom lip.

Step Seven 
I decided to go in with white eyeshadow and create highlights around the cheeks, forehead and chin before making any finishing touches.

Step Eight
I added a really cheap grey wig, a black cloak and was done!


As always I'd love to see if you recreate this, use the hashtag #HalloweenWithHannah on Twitter & Instagram or feel free to comment below ^.^

Thanks for reading!


Hannah Marie x
Here is my third look in this years #HalloweenWithHannah
Products Used
- Elmer Purple Glue Stick
- Lottie London Ready Set Go Translucent Powder
- Snazaroo Face Paint in Black
- NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil in Rocky Mountain Green
- NYX Eyeliner Pencil in White
- Soap & Glory Supercat Liquid Eyeliner in Black
- Rimmel Exagerate Eyeliner in Black
- Maybelline Sensational Mascara in Black
- Eylure False Lashes in Lengthening 035
- L'Oreal True Match Foundation in Rose Ivory
- Revlon Concealer in Fair
- MAC Studio Fix Powder Plus Foundation in NW10
- NYX Lip Liner in Red
- NYX Soft Matte Lip Cream in Monte Carlo

Step One
I started the same way I have previously, by gluing down my Eyebrows with the Elmer's Glue and using a Brow Brush to make sure they stuck flat to the skin. I used three layers making sure the first was dry before applying the next. I finished by pressing down some translucent powder over them to absorb any leftover moisture. I then used a little concealer to cover them.

Step Two
Taking my white eyeliner I traced out the eyebrows and drew the eyeshadow shape. I started with the eyes first as they are the staple of Cruella's look. I was really happy with the green NYX Pencil I picked up as it was so pigmented.

Step Three
I applied a little foundation around my face at this point as I wanted to go ahead and draw on the brows. When it came to drawing on the brows it did take some time and I had to go back and conceal around them. I then used concealer where it was needed elsewhere.

Step Four
I decided to use black face paint to draw in the outline around the eyeshadow as the eyeliner was quite thick and didn't have much flexibility to it. This gave it a more cartoon effect. I then lined my top and bottom lash line with the kohl liner before moving onto the lips.

Step Five
I took the lip liner and gave my lips quite pointed edges like Cruella's before filling them in with the red matte cream from NYX. 

Step Six
I then lined my top eyelid a bit thicker than I would normally to again give that cartoon effect and to emulate Cruella's. I finished the eyes by applying some fake lashes and giving my top and bottom lashes a few coats of mascara.

Step Seven
I took my MAC powder foundation and applied it all over my face and brought it down my neck. I was very careful around my eye and lip makeup.

Step Eight
I finished with some touch ups and putting on the wig!


As always I'd love to see if you recreate this, use the hashtag #HalloweenWithHannah on Twitter & Instagram or feel free to comment below ^.^

Thanks for reading!


Hannah Marie x
Last year I wrote a post about how a lot of Bloggers and YouTubers have started to decorate for fall. It's a lovely idea as it prompts you to change up things at home and that could impact you in a positive way. I decided to do another post like that again this year and when searching different retailers I found that Asda came up on top once again.

They have kept a similar colour scheme to last years range but made this gorgeous blue the primary colour. I really love range this year and I think the theme of Modern Heritage fits perfectly for the Autumn.

Do you think Asda has the best Autumnal range this year? 

Thanks for reading!

Hannah Marie x
Here is my second look for #HalloweenWithHannah
Please ignore the green face paint mark on my top >.< 
I didn't notice it until I came to edit the photos!

Products Used
- Elmer Purple Glue Stick
- Lottie London Ready Set Go Translucent Powder
- Snazaroo Face Paint in Green & Black
- NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil in Milk
- ELF Eyeshadow in Purple
- Soap & Glory Supercat Liquid Eyeliner in Black
- Rimmel Exagerate Eyeliner in Black
- Maybelline Sensational Mascara in Black
- Eylure False Lashes in Volume 100
- NYX Lip Liner in Red
- L'Oreal Infallible Lip Lacquer in Red

Step One
I started the same way I did with Ursula by gluing down my Eyebrows with the Elmer's Glue and using a Brow Brush to make sure they stuck flat to the skin. I used two layers making sure the first was dry before applying the next. I finished by pressing down some translucent powder over them to absorb any leftover moisture. 

Step Two
I then used my combination of foundation brushes and sponges to apply the face paint. I would apply it to the skin with a brush and then buffer it out with a sponge. I use dish washing sponges as they are super cheap and work better than a beauty blender. I find you get a lot of splatter with a beauty blender and it can get very messy.

Step Three
I took a wet wipe and got rid of any paint that was on my eyelids and lips. Taking the NYX Jumbo Crayon I covered my eyelids up to my eyebrows and blended it out. When I came to apply the purple eyeshadow over the top it made it really pop.

Step Four
I then took an angled brush and some black face paint to draw in the eyebrows over the top. I applied my lashes and whilst they dried I lined and applied the red lip lacquer to my lips.

Step Six
After applying a few coats of mascara and taking a thin line of liquid liner to my top eyelid, I fixed any problems I could see. I found I needed to tone down the black eyebrows a bit and looking back they are still a little thick!

Step Seven
Added the Maleficent horns and I was done!


As always I'd love to see if you recreate this, use the hashtag #HalloweenWithHannah on Twitter & Instagram or feel free to comment below ^.^

Thanks for reading!


Hannah Marie x