Everyone can spot a Tim Burton film. Having developed such a unique style, the father of Halloween is our inspiration for this week.
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If you are just joining us, welcome to #FrightFemmes! Our annual Halloween makeup & costume collaboration. If you missed our introduction to this series, you can find it here. We've been hard at work coming up with five haunting looks this year and a chilling Murder Mystery.
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~Time Burton Inspired Marie Antoinette~
For details on Caro's look, you can check out her blog post here
Laura Jade Prado
For details on Laura's look, you can check out her blog post here
Details of this look can be found further down this post.
The costume is a compilation of Amazon, thrifting, and DIY items. I was inspired by an illustration depicting a femme Edward Scissorhands and wanted to replicate the look with a bit of a 20s twist.
Corset | PoshMark | This is a similar one https://amzn.to/3EouQwh
Choker | An old leather belt with three key rings. It is fastened with velcro.
Scissorhands | I used Alyson Tabbitha's pattern and tutorial except I used thick foam core instead of resin. Be warned, foam core will easily bend and twist. It won't last long if you intend to reuse it, but I am accident-prone so I decided foam core is best for me.
Colorpop of Quarts eyeshadow pallet
Colorpop of Quartz eyeshadow pallet
That's all for this week!
If you want sneak peeks of our next looks, be sure to follow us on Instagram @The.Vintage.Raven, @LauraJadePrado, and @CaroPozo. If you decide to recreate any of these looks, be sure to tag us or use #FrightFemmes! We would love to see your creation!