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The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Inspired Makeup

Modern Vintage Witch

The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Inspired Makeup

In my upcoming The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Inspired lookbook, I’m combining styles to create a Modern Vintage Witch look. I hired my friend Mickey to create a look that combined elements of vintage makeup and hair with a gothic twist and modern feel. This is the hair and makeup he created for me for the The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Inspired Makeup.

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Lashes by @polishedlashspa

Hair color & extensions by @cliff_frias

Nails by @nailqueenn_dime

Makeup & Hair styled by @mickeywaynemakeup

I spent time prepping my skin in the morning for this shoot with skincare! I used Pixi Beauty Glow O2 mask and Bliss Mighty Marshmallow mask in the morning. I almost always use the Pixi Glow 02 Mask in the morning after I cleanse my face. You want your skin plump and hydrated.

Urban Decay Primer Potion in Sin
Cozzette Essential Powder in C1 (v)
Saucebox Etude palette (v)
Lime Crime Venus XL palette (v)
Lime Crime Confetti Diamond Dew (v)
Idun Minerals Ask eyebrow pencil (v)
Idun Minerals Dark Perfect Eyebrows gel (v)
Polished Lash Spa Hybrid Volume Classic lashes (v)
Marc Jacobs In the Buff & Blacquer highliner gel pencils

Smashbox Primer Water
Hourglass Vanish Liquid Foundation (v)
Nudestix Sculpting Stick (v)
Milk Makeup Holographic Stick in Supernova (v)
Saucebox Etude palette (v)
Hourglass Euphoric Fusion
Black Moon Squid & Catshark (v)
Saucebox Champagne Bomb (v)
Ofra Space Baby (v)
Urban Decay All Nighter Setting Spray (v)

Melt Handcuff pencil (v)
Black Moon Castle liquid lipstick (v)

I also used Black Moon Murmaider liquid lipstick (v), Urban Decay Perversion lip pencil (v), and Lime Crime Black Unicorn (v) for this shoot.

This shoot was loosely inspired by the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. Mickey knew that going in, so he and I were both aligned in our vision of what world we wanted to fit into.

When I told Mickey I wanted an eye look that would really enhance my eye color, he immediately knew the perfect eyeshadow palette to go for – Saucebox Etude. The greys and neutrals in there are what he used to shape my eyes. He added a tiny bit of warmth with a touch of Lime Crime Goddess from the Venus XL palette. For the sparkle I crave, he used Lime Crime Confetti. I love Confetti’s color but wish the glitter size was slightly smaller.

What do you think of the The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Inspired Makeup? Love the Modern Vintage Witch look? Let me know!