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"I'm so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers..."

-Green Gables

And just like that, our final looks of the Frightfemmes season have arrived. We've been bringing you 3 new looks every Friday since the first week of Fall and have truly enjoyed being able to bring our versions of Halloween looks for all. That's 15 new looks to choose from! We are closing out this season with a theme any Halloween lover would appreciate: Tim Burton. We wanted to give ourselves the opportunity to live out the spooky and original vibes that is Tim Burton. He is a master at blending horror and fantasy into one and has created films for all generations. What better way to end the season than to bring you our versions of Tim Burton characters, of course the special twist is that we make it our own...


If you are just joining us get familiar with this collab and see ALL THINGS the make-up and cosplay (65 plus makeup looks, Halloween costumes, props & more) of the #frightfemmes years passed CLICK HERE.

MOST IMPORTANTLY, allow me to introduce you to the my beautiful friends and collaboration partners of #frightfemmes ...




Ruthmarie aka @the.vintage.raven | Vintage Enthusiast - Sewist - Vlogger- Capricorn

Ruthmarie is bringing another character to the forefront, Edward Scissorhands! However her version is suited for a lady, Edwina! You can see the vintage nods she brings to this look with her pout and brows.

Visit Ruthmarie's blogpost , The Vintage Raven, to see how she curated her wardrobe and epic scissor hands!

| Follow Ruthmarie's magic via her instagram: @the.vintage.raven , blog: The Vintage Raven, youtube: The Vintage Raven , shoppes: @preciselyplanners + RM Sewing Emporium , Spotify Halloween Playlist |


Laura at @LauraJadePrado |Illustration Artist - Designer - Blogger - Sagittarius

The Corpse Bride shines through but Laura is keeping it original with her spooky editorial glam face and then popping in the painted skeleton arm to seal the gothic look.

Visit Laura's #fightfemmes blogpost CLICK HERE. and see how she mixed glam with her pop of skeleton to give this version of The Corpse Bride a contemporary look.

| Follow Laura's magic via her instagram: @theweekendgypsy , blog: , shoppes: @TWG Designs + TWG Designs Site + The Weekend Gems , youtube: LauraJadePrado |


& myself, Caro aka @caropozo @blonde2brunette | Actor - Blogger - Creative - Virgo

| you can follow my trail of magic via instagram: @caropozo , lifestyle blog: @blonde2brunette + blonde2brunette , shoppe: @thesugarcottage_ + The Sugar Cottage , and youtube: blonde2brunette |


I have been loving the trend of everyone Tim Burtoning themselves or a random character that exists. For some reason I was feeling a spooky version of Marie Antoinette. Some years back I did a Rococo themed look with a "chopped neck" and got the itch to bring back this character only to make it better with a layer of Tim Burton. I also think as an actor, a goal would be to be in one of his film and right now this is as close as I'll get lol (a girl can dream).


For all your project organization needs, I have fun with my "Living Life Planner" created by Laura from her TWG Designs shoppe, CLICK HERE. For figuring out how to plan your makeup layout or cosplay from scratch, I use RMSewing Emporium planner sheets designed by Ruthmarie, CLICK HERE.


Tim Burton's Marie Antoinette MUA & COSTUME INSPO |

Find ALL or SIMILAR Materials in our #frightfemmes Halloween section of our AMAZON SHOP


So you have your classic outline on most Tim Burton animated characters, and the idea of the doomed day Marie was sent to the guillotine , I wanted to do a playful neck in the spirit of Sally from 'Nightmare Before Christmas'. I always remember the scene of sally putting herself back together and just loved the fluffy cotton she would stuff back in. Then there's the wig and to make it extra creepy, there should be things living in it. Mice, bugs, even spirits maybe. Overall play with Rococo but stick to chilling tones on the skin for the Tim Burton vibe.


Classic Nose - two thin triangles to connect to your nostrils

Thin Nose Bridge - with eyeshadow be sure to overly contour your bridge.

Sink in your eyes and cheeks- with matching eyeshadow of grey, taupe and black, use these tones for over all cohesion.

Cotton Neck- simple liquid latex or eyelash glue to stick on your cotton. Outline with black liner or black cream makeup.


Wanted to wish you all a very HAPPY HALLOWEEN and thank you so much for joining us this #FRIGHTFEMMES 2022 SEASON! 15 looks of inspo for you and your squad. May you have a thrilling and safe Halloween. May the bewitched energy in the air bring you nothing but magic!

Happy Hauntings,

Don't forget to pin this for later as you this year's Halloween costume! #frightfemmes #frightfemmes21 #halloweenmua #halloweenmakeup #diyhalloweencostume


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