Dead Doll

I was this glorious dead doll thing for all hallows eve this year. It was quite exciting to finally put all the contouring knowledge I've learned from a certain Michelle Phan to make myself look gaunt. The costumes was Dead Doll with the thing around my neck being a noose. It would have been great if I could have brought the knife and the bear to school with me, but even colleges have to draw the line somewhere. Heh.

Either way, I had fun, my friends liked the idea, and by the end of the night I was scaring myself with these photos. Pretty successful Halloween if you ask me.

AND CHEAP. All of the clothes were either thrifted or pre-owned (by me) so all I ended up spending was $15 for the fake blood and bloody rag, among other things like stuff for my jack-o-lantern and whatnot. Needless to say, I was pleased.


  1. Good chiz, my lovely! I'm so proud of you for starting up! <3


  2. What did you use as fake blood? I did a zombie walk last week and we were all over the place trying to figure out how to get that gruesome effect without using corn syrup or chocolate sauce.


    1. I actually just found this stuff at Party City. It's literally called Fake Blood. They had vampire blood and gooey blood and watery blood and zombie blood.. I've never seen so much blood sold over the counter, heh. So yeah. I got all my fixings there :]