This year, more than ever, there is a big focus on Halloween beauty, so expect to see everything from vampy lipsticks (a trend anyway) to spider web lashes and plenty of nail art. However, if you really want to ramp up the sophisticated spooky, the Face Lace collection this year is stunning!
If you don’t know Face Lace, it’s developed by Phyllis Cohen, a make up artist and body painter (Pink Floyd, David Bowie and Zandra Rhodes to name but a few famous clients) and the pieces are ‘stick-on’ masks in a matte, non fade material. Each piece is intricate and stand out – they’ve been very widely used in editorial and on catwalks, so if you’re really doing Halloween this year, check out the Day of The Dead Face Lace HERE.
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I’ve always loved the look of these! Perfect as a talking piece for a dramatic look. xx
I also like to use face-lace in reverse, apply cover in a dark shadow and then peel away to leave a flesh coloured design … i can get enough of this stuff in my kit, I just wish the sugar skulls were a bit more affordable for MUA’s