Broken Doll with Mirenesse Cosmetics


Hey guys! This weekend I got an amazing package of goodies from Mirenesse Cosmetics and I dipped into those to create this super fun, broken/shattered doll look for Halloween! If you aren’t familiar with Mirenesse, they are a high end, Australlian cosmetics brand. I love Mirenesse because their products are so incredibly pigmented and on trend but more than that, they have some serious staying power! I always hear that it’s hot and humid in Australia and maybe that’s why the products I own from Mirenesse stand up so well to the ever changing, mostly hot climate in Texas! If you’re looking for innovation, bright colors and makeup that won’t budge, be sure and check them out!

Prime with MAC Prep + Prime Natural Radiance Base in Natural Pink
Cover with Urban Decay’s  Naked Skin foundation and then heavily powder the face!
I used Mineral Hygenics foundation in Fairly Light. This is a high coverage foundation I typically wear alone.
You w

ant to create an overly powdered, flawless face as a base for this look!

HIKARI powder blush in “Charmed”
and Ben Nye MagiColor Liquid Paint in “Pink”
Start withe the paint for a serious pop of color and set and mattify the look with the powder blush.

Brows & Freckles:
Create a doll like brow with EcoBrown in “Penelope”
Add exaggerated freckles in Mirenesse Forbidden Ink Eye Liner in “Passion”

For Eyes:
You can do the eyes anyway you like, but we went with a gold smokey eye featuring the It Cosmetics Naturally Pretty Palette, Urban Decay eye primer in Sin and a Fantasy Makers gold shimmer powder.
For the under eye, we made the eyes appear bigger by bringing the waterline lower by adding the Ben Nye MagiColor Liquid Paint in white and drawing on lashes with the Mirenesse Define Art Duel Liner.
Finish the whole look with some BIG, doll like lashes. I went with Andrea Lashes in 33!

Any bold lip will do, we finished this look off with a Stila Stay all Day lippie in Beso.


Once you’ve got your doll base, you’ll need these three beauties to complete the look! I’m using the Mirenesse Define Art Duet, Forbidden Ink Eye liner in “Taboo”, and Pencil Me In Cosmetics liner in white. I didn’t see this liner for sale on their site any longer but any MATTE white liner will work great for this!


First, you want to rough draft the cracks and breaks for your doll with the pencil liner then highlight them with the white, blending out any harsh lines on the white. After that, crisp up the black lines with the liquid liner for a clean look! This helps add depth to the cracks!


Overall, this look is mostly fun because there is NO wrong way to do it! Have fun, play with different looks and keep it you!

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