Powerpuff Girls- Blossom Halloween costume tutorial

Good morning, it’s that time again where I’m going to show you another Halloween costume, this one is super exciting because this is probably the costume I am going to wear myself for Halloween this year. If you can’t already tell from the title, I am going to be showing you my take on a Blossom costume who is obviously from the Powerpuff girls, this was a show I was definitely obsessed with as a child and my favourite was Blossom, probably because she was ginger as so am I. This is going to be a super basic take on this look because I’m not that creative but when it comes to the actual day of Halloween, I will probably add my own spin on the costume and make it look more Halloween appropriate.

The makeup-

I am going to start of with my base makeup, the first product I am going to use is my Revolution Conceal and Define in shade 0.5, I put this on my blemishes and under my under-eyes and then I blend it in using a flat top brush. I then used my Rimmel Stay Matte powder, using a fluffy brush I applied it all over my face. The product I’m going to be using for contour and highlight is the Revolution Contour and Highlight palette, using an angled brush, I applied contour to my cheek bones, the top of my forehead and on my jawline. I then applied the same highlighter from the palette on the top of my cheekbones and along my nose and cupid’s bow. For the first time ever, I am also going to be using the blush that comes in this palette, Blossom wears a lot of pink so blusher will definitely add to the look and bring the look together. To add some cuteness to the look, I’m going to add some faux freckles. I do have freckles myself but I want to bring them back from being covered up with makeup and I feel this is an added touch to the whole look.

Next up is the most important part, the brows and the eye shadow. Blossom does have a fringe so the brows don’t matter too much, I’m just going to fill them in the same way I do them normally, I am using the Revolution Brow Pomade in Medium brown, I do need to pick up another one of these as it’s starting to run out, that’s how much I love it! Now onto the Eye shadow, this has been the thing I’ve thought about a lot as I want to make it perfect. The palette I’m using is MUA Fire Vixen as I thought using pink shades would be perfect for this look as her dress is pink and her eyes are pink also. You could use any pink tones palette but this one is the most affordable. The shades don’t have names so I’ll insert an image and highlight the shades I’ve used. The first shade I’m going in with is the first shade because this is the only shade that I can use as a transition shade in the crease. Next, I’m using the 3rd shade on the top row as this is the lightest pink, I ran this through my crease to crease dimension in the crease ready for the more vibrant shades, I then went in and used the 3rd shade on the bottom row as this shade is more vibrant and I ran this on my crease, I also ran this close to my inner corners. I then went in with the last shade on the bottom row and ran this through my crease, I made sure to pack this on to my crease because this is the most vibrant pink and I wanted the shade to pop, I then ran this on my lower lash line. On a flat top brush, I took the fourth shade on the bottom row and ran this in the middle of my eye, I then also put some on my inner corner. To bring the look together, I used a silver glitter eyeliner from Collection and focused this on my crease line to crease a cut crease type look. I then used my normal eyeliner and mascara to create a cat eye and to bring definition to my lashes. To top of the look, you could also add some fake lashes which I may do when it comes to actual Halloween.

Lastly for makeup, for lips, I am using a pink toned lipstick, the one I’m using is ‘birthday suit’ from Sleek which is a subtle pink so the main focus is the eyes but it brings the whole look together.

The hair-

First off, I’m going to start off my curling my hair, I am going to do very loose curls as Blossom does have some waves to her hair and I wanted to add some volume to my hair and add my own twist. Once I’ve curled my hair, I am going to french braid two sections at the top of my hair and add two bobbles, this will then create two tiny ponytails at the top of my hair, I know Blossom only has one tiny ponytail but I wanted to add my own spin to the look. I am then going to take two pink ribbons and tie a bow on both ponytails as Blossom has a bow at the top of her hair.

The outfit-

First things first, the dress, I didn’t want to spend much money on the costume so I’m wearing a pink dress that I’ve had for a while, you could also purchase a pink t-shirt dress because that would be perfect for this look. For the belt, I am going to be using an everyday belt. It seems that Blossom wears some white socks, for this, I am going to be wearing white fishnet tights to add a more grunge and Halloween vibe to the outfit and then I’ll wear some white knee high socks over the top. For shoes I’m just going to wear my everyday Chelsea boots as their what I’m most comfortable in. Something you could do to this Halloween look which I will probably do when it comes to recreating this at Halloween is add some fake blood to the socks, draw a blood choker to make it look more gruesome and I’m thinking of adding some cob webs with eyeliner to extend my wing.

That’s the end of my second Halloween look, I am so excited to recreate this look at Halloween. I really hope you enjoyed the read, I will be back tomorrow for another Halloween look, thank you for reading, Chlo x

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