Bonnie and I

Oh I love Halloween! While I do enjoy dressing up with blood and special effects, it’s sometimes nice to go a little glam. And that is why Faye Dunaway’s Bonnie Parker from Bonnie and Clyde is my choice for this year!

The outfit is simple and probably already existing in your wardrobe. You will need:
1. Blonde Bob Wig
2. Sweater
3. Checkered or patterned scarf
4. Pencil skirt or wool skirt
5. Pumps
6. Barret or newsboy cap turned backwards

For make up it is surprisingly simple. You will need:
1. Foundation
2. One light eyeshadow
3. One highlighting pen
4. One Contour shadow (for eyes, nose, and cheeks)
5. Liquid eye liner
6. False Eye Lashes (and glue)
7. Mascara
8. Brow pencil in an ash blonde
9. Nude Lipstick
10. Nude gloss


1. Prep your skin and apply foundation and brows a little pointier than normal
2. Use a shadow base to keep the shadow in place
3. From lash line to brow bone, apply light colored eye shadow
4. Apply highlighting pen under brow bone, under eyes, on middle of nose, above the lip and chin
5. Use contour eye shadow color on eyes in crease
6. Contour the sides and under part of your nose (as Faye’s is quite small) with shadow contour
7. Contour your cheeks with your shadow contour
8. Apply liquid liner and false eye lashes
9. Curl your lashes a little and apply mascara
10. Use the ashy brow pencil to exaggerate your lip shape and apply nude lipstick and gloss

Voila! You’re done! What are some of your favourite Halloween looks either you have seen or worn yourself??? Thanks for tuning in, and Happy Halloween!

Love and Beauty,


About emilyinbeautyland

Emily Oliver is a celebrity make up artist raising fraternal twins in Seattle, Wa and relishing the beauty of the world through their eyes.
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