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Porcelain Doll / Broken Doll Transformation


Hello pumpkin pies,

It's that time of the year again. Halloween is near. I don't know about you guys but I've never really been too crazy about Halloween. I mean, I'm not sure whether it's because I'm too cheap to splash on a costume every year or if it's because of pure laziness. 

If you're like me and you can't really be bothered to splash out this year, why not just be a Porcelain Doll or a Broken Doll? Be a combination of creepy and beautiful at the same time. Your outfit will be easy too. Just wear something you would imagine wearing to a tea party like a dress matched with a cardigan and straw hat. 


Want to look like a Porcelain Doll / Broken Doll? Check out the Tutorial below:



My grandmother gave me a beautiful porcelain doll when I was a little girl which I still have now. As much as I loved it, I always kept it inside it's box. In fact, the box was stored on top of a wardrobe so it's far out of my reach (and so the doll can't get me). Something about porcelain dolls just creep me out.  Maybe it's because they look so delicate yet life like. It's almost as if they could suddenly come to life and freak the heck out of me. I'm sure I'm not the only one who thinks this. Am I right?


Some photos of the Porcelain Doll Transformation

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Just switch the lip colour to a blood red lip stick, change into a dark dress and add some cracks with black eyeliner and you can transform into a Broken Doll. Ruffle up the hair to look more 'damaged' and creepy.

I think I would enjoy being a Broken Doll this year. I'll photo-bomb everybody's photographs by being a creep in the background. I'll sit on the train and stare at passengers to make them feel uncomfortable. 

HAPPY HALLOWEEN EVERYBODY! 

Have fun and stay safe as always.

Much love, Bubz xx


 

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