Charismatic, striking women are sometimes accused of being witches or supernatural, such is the power of their hynotic gaze and mesmerising smile. Those who wear make-up have a few tricks up their sleeves to maintain the illusion. We know that rather than magic it's the careful application of cosmetics and a practiced technique of wielding a hairdryer and lipgloss rather than a malevolent spell which produces the magic. The only wand you need to wave is that within a tube of mascara.
In this video, the enchanting Tallulah Harlech and make-up magician Kay Montano put their heads together to create the look of an evil icy enchantress fit for a fairy tale. Skipping blusher, (whoever heard of a rosy-cheeked villain?) Kay highlighted cheeks and temples to create a glow around the eyes. The Kevyn Aucoin Celestial Powder is Kay's highlighter of choice, giving a fine glow to the skin rather than glitter.
The eyes have it, in shades of blue creating a haze of colour. Your best frend will be a soft make-up brush to blend as you apply so the blue fades out towards the edges. Navy liquid liner and blue mascara finish off the eyes to keep the look monochromatic. The lipstick is a vibrant violet pink: lips don't need to be dark to be dramatic.
Our hair stylist Ayo created a big style with height for Tallulah's hair and added a braid to add a regal touch. Supplement with hair pieces if your hair's lacking in the necessary volume. The nail artist Carly then added nails with embellishments and a sinister point for talons to cause mayhem with. Witches don't sport a demure french manicure.