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Broken Doll Makeup Tutorial (For Beginners)

This Broken Doll Makeup Tutorial has been such a fun one to recreate! I wanted something that was broken-looking … but I didn’t want it so scary that my kids wouldn’t want to be around me! I’m happy with the results and think this look is perfect. I hope you guys enjoy how easy this tutorial is!

  • Broken Doll Makeup Tutorial 1 of 12
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  • Remove Half of Your Makeup 2 of 12
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    Start by taking one side of your makeup off.

  • Apply Fake Lashes and Touch Up 3 of 12
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    Add some falsies! Make sure to touch up your makeup on the other side and add some pretty blush. I'm using the Stila In the Light Eye Shadow Palette, and the eyebrows are from the Anastasia Beauty Express Kit-Brunette.

  • Get Some White Cream 4 of 12
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    I found this cream in a cheap makeup kit from Walmart. It works great!

  • Start Applying White Cream 5 of 12
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    Using a sponge, begin applying the white cream.

  • You May Need a Couple Coats! 6 of 12
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    Make sure it's nice and even. I ended up using two coats.

  • Now for the Fun Part 7 of 12
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  • Precision Eyeliner 8 of 12
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    I'm using the Maybelline Stiletto Ultimate Precision Liquid Eyeliner, Blackest Black | $5

     

    You can use any liquid eyeliner you have, though!

  • Outline 9 of 12
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    Now you're just going to outline where the white cream meets your face. Don't be too careful — you want it messy and broken-looking. I am not a makeup artist. You need no skills for this part!! Just draw a messy line and you'll be good to go!

  • Final Look 10 of 12
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    And there ya have it!! Make sure to tease your hair like crazy and pin it half up. The messier the better!

  • Close Up 11 of 12
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  • Beautiful Witch Tutorial 12 of 12
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    Make sure to checkout my Beautiful Witch Tutorial!!  It can be found here

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